My Life in the Cayo District, Belize, Including San Ignacio and Belmopan

Macarena Rose: The Oprah of San Ignacio, Cayo District, Belize

What happens when you mix two years of shamanic work, 12 peacocks, zero chickens, 42 animals on two acres, five cats, five dogs, two biological children, six adopted children, a 10 day fact finding tour, a move with 10 animals, two teenagers, one best friend from high school and four containers, 10 minutes to be in the jungle (12 without seeing a snake), and five House Hunter’s International, with one caring, remarkable woman?  Read on, and find out, as Jet Metier...

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Hillside in Cayo District, Belize – Best Places In The World To Retire – International LivingHaving lived in Belize as an ex-pat for almost 30 years, I guess I qualify as a bit of an expert on the country.
The Cayo District, in my opinion, is by far and away the best place to live, specifically the Twin Towns of San Ignacio and Santa Elena.
Being a cheap " Brit", the cost of living is definitely a factor in where I live and here in Cayo it is significantly cheaper than places like Placencia and San Pedro. Property prices are also...

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Discover Cayo - Belize's Most Intriguing District!

The Cayo District in Belize is teeming with untold wonders and out-of-the-box things to do. As the most diversified and interesting area of Belize to visit, you’re sure to stumble across some mighty intriguing local attractions. You will discover that Cayo is chock full of activities, events and places to visit that will captivate and interest even the toughest-to-please in your group or family.
How about a visit to a Belize bird sanctuary?

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