Belize: Two-Tank Dive

Went went to Belize for several reasons, one of which is that in the waters around Ambergris Caye is the world’s second largest barrier reef. And the first thing we did on our first morning was dive the reef with Belize Pro Dive. We really enjoyed diving with this dive shop because in addition to

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Belize: Ramon’s Village Resort

When we were planning this trip, along with finding reasonably priced flights, we needed to find a reasonably priced resort. We decided on a resort early on because we wanted access to the amenities. After a lot of research and a few recommendations we settled on Ramon’s Village. We actually stayed at their sister property,

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Paperback Perils: The Bear and the Nightingale

Title: The Bear and the Nightingale Author: Katherine ArdenPublication Date: 2017Publishing House: Del Rey I found out about the Winternight Trilogy after reading about Bookworm Muse’s reviews on the last two books. And I managed to find a copy of the first book in the series at Half Price Books. This book didn’t sit on

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Review: You Maka Me Hot Coffee Roasters

The last things we expected to find while exploring Mineral Wells was a cute little coffee shop but that is exactly what we stumbled across. Of course on a hot day we were actually looking to see if there were any local ice cream places but You Maka Me Hot, we discovered, makes wonderful frozen

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Belize: Introduction

Brooke has wanted to go on a girls beach trip for a few years now and we are finally at the point where it was not just a dream but a trip we could make happen. We planned this adventure six months out and none of us can believe that it is already over and

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Paperback Perils: Recursion

Title: Recursion Author: Blake CrouchPublication Date: 2019Publishing House: Penguin Random House Recursion was my June 2019 Book of the Month selection. I didn’t get around to reading it until just before leaving for Belize… and finished it on the flight there. This is a quick read that pulls you in almost immediately. This book is

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