Our last day in Guadeloupe we spent hiking to the highest top of Guade. There was an old asphalt road which we took and with two strollers it was very easy access. The view was breathtaking and I still cant believe the nature here. And yes- you can do stuff with kids while travelling. No science here :)! #guadeloupe#nature # #caribbean
Nestled between Mexico and Guatemala, Belize is home to a variety of natural wonders including an incredibly beautiful barrier reef and the ruins of Lamanai. The Maya, knowns as the first organized civilization to inhabit ancient Belize (dating back to about 300 AD), left a large concentration of Mayan ruins in Belize. To see the ruins of Lamanai—which are set in a tropical rainforest—a boat trip from Ambergris Caye over the New River Lagoon is an unforgettable experience. This route once served as a sort of highway for merchants during the height of the Mayan civilization. But today, along the 30-mile-long boat ride to Lamanai, the water at some points reflects palm trees, the sky, and red mangroves in a manner that feels like you are gliding through an ever-changing painting.
With the Grade Six Achievement Test (GSAT) slated to go ahead as planned for March 22 and 23, Education Officer in the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information says preparations have been going extremely well.
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