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Mayan Ruins?

by admin on May 1, 2013

Remember the day we rented a golf cart in San Pedro to go see the Mayan Ruins ‘just out of town’? Remember how the road was so full of potholes that we nearly couldn’t hold on to said golf cart? Remember how when we saw the sign that said we had arrived we were all like ‘this is some sort of joke that they play on tourists?’ and then we walked for 20 minutes through mosquito infested swamp over an extremely dodgy, pieced together walkway to get to the ‘ruins’. There was nothing there but some information that basically said ‘imagine this like this’ and a poison wood tree who’s sap would make you sick if you touched it. That was quite an adventure :)

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Cave Tubing

by admin on April 21, 2013

These images and video were all taken with my mom’s little underwater point and shoot Olympus or our GoPro. It killed me to not be able to bring ‘the big camera’ there, but it really made no sense as there was a good chance it would hit a rock and crack the lens port. So, we made the decision to capture it this way…the humidity was INSANE and left moisture on the lenses of both cameras which resulted in very few images :( but, we have proof that we were there at least! An unreal experience riding a tube through a cave system. You have to see it to Belize it ;)


Belly Flop

by admin on April 5, 2013

I would say that most of our images from Belize are underwater…Most are while out snorkelling, but this one is in our pool. Last day without some sort of travel…


Coconut Water

by admin on April 4, 2013

Learning about coconuts today. When Robert Pugh is your dad, life is a science lesson ;)


Lesson Learned

by admin on April 4, 2013

This is the space where the image of Jack leaning against a palm tree with the words ‘no loitering’ written on it would be…

This is the space where I would post the image of Georgia feeding a spider monkey a pb&j sandwich…

Yup. Corrupted card. On holiday. It hardly seems fair. I have learned a valuable lesson though. First, I am getting an SD card to go in the SD slot of my 5D Mark III to act as a backup to my CF card. Just in case. Why I have never done this is beyond me…

Second…how valuable are these photographs? After all, they are really just of us on holiday…normal touristy stuff. Us at Lamanai…us at Caye Caulker…we had the discussion. Is it worth sending it to a card recovery company(after multiple failed attempts with consumer level card recovery software)? The answer is yes. I think it will cost about $500 to get them off of there(if they even can)…and the truth is, I’m going to spend what it takes to try. Made me stop and think about the importance of the images I take. Memories are good…and we’ll remember these things…and, my mom was there with her camera capturing some of it as well so it’s not like there are NO photographs of it. But, we value these images of our family time together. And, I know that in years to come…the kids will as well.

Hopefully, one day, I can post those photos for you…as well as the ones of the local boys eating the custard apples on a run down bridge before they jumped into the crocodile infested river. Crossing my fingers…

~ Dana


World Famous Chicken Drop

by admin on April 1, 2013

Every Thursday night in San Pedro, Belize there is a ‘world famous chicken drop’…do not worry. No chickens are harmed in the process. We just wait for them to … uh …. drop a bit of chicken poop actually. You hope that she drops it on your number(as the kitty gets as high as $1000). And, while you wait, you scream and yell at the chicken(some even throw chicken feed onto their number). Our kids were crazy for this….Jack filmed the whole thing on his iPod. Momma took pictures with her big camera ;)

~ Dana


Postcard From Belize

by admin on March 30, 2013

Just because there hadn’t been many of Jack lately. I am loving learning how to shoot underwater with my fabulous new housing. The kids are loving snorkelling. It’s not all we’ve done here, but it is what we are mostly doing :) The Pugh’s have never had such a relaxing holiday….

~ Dana


Belize: Chapter 3(according to Georgia)

by admin on March 29, 2013

I went snorkelling! I saw… big fish, small fish, yellow fish, blue fish, Horse Eye Jack Fish, and one with a pointy nose, I also saw… Sting Ray, Nurse Shark I even saw a Sea Turtle. Please be delighted to ask any questions.

Oh ya, and stingrays feel slimy. Very slimy.

The turtle is probably saying “what you snorkelling at?”

Our guide wrote our names on a stingray. Nurse Sharks feel the opposite of stingrays. Not slimy. They feel rough like sand paper.

It was a dream come true. ~ Georgia

PS(from mom)–I have never seen any child react the way Georgia did when she started snorkelling that day. It was one of the biggest pleasures of my life watching her. And, it made it easier for me to get in the water with all those creatures…as I’d be lying if I didn’t say that I was a bit freaked out. But, once in a lifetime opportunity and all that ;)


Belize Chapter Two(According to Georgia)

by admin on March 27, 2013

Finally we went on the plane to Belize! we had to do Chapter one all over again, lets NOT get in the details, anyways it was a bit different because they speak a different language! we went on a plane and the whole time I looked at the window it was a miracle I saw us going on top of the clouds, And finally the landing in Belize! there was palm trees it was one of my first time seeing palm trees! it looked like a rain forest! and then one we got here it was so hot! and we had to take a water bus that was one hour! I said, “how much longer?” dad said, “Oh  we’re taking two.” Three actually. Finally we got there it was AWESOME! our condo had palm trees in our front yard it had a pool and it was right on the beach! And when I went to sleep I could hear the waves of the ocean.

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Postcards From Pughville – Belize

by admin on March 23, 2013

Light and Dark in Belize. Taken minutes apart as our day was winding down. It took about 20 hours door to door to get here. So far it is totally perfect….it is paradise here.

~ Dana