Food Republic went looking for good vegetarian food all around Belize, and found the best right here in Cayo. Roots Wraps and Smoothies gets a great review, from their tostadas to their burgers.
"The backpacker town of San Ignacio is considered the heart and soul of the Cayo district, and it was here that I first discovered the variety of Belize’s vegetarian food. Despite its small size, San Ignacio has an excellent vegan/vegetarian cafe, Roots, Wraps & Smoothies, where the light, flavorsome food and fresh, healthy juices are the perfect antidote to the stifling summer heat. I first tried the green tostadas: fried corn tortillas topped with basil hummus, lettuce, salsa frecca, balsamic vinegar reduction and vegan Parmesan cheese. Washed down with a freshly made and perfectly zingy carrot, orange and ginger juice, it left me feeling refreshed rather than bloated, as has become the new norm (the amount of pasta, pizza, bread and fries I’ve eaten while traveling has tripled)."
Find out the story behind the song "We Believe in Belize' in this short documentary about the creation and the reasoning behind the song. There are short interviews with Alida Sharp, Kudzae, Mervin Budram, and David Smith.
"R&H Media caught up with team Roots & Honor and got their story behind 'We Believe in Belize' single release in 2015. We Believe was originally submitted to Love FM's raise the flag and win with Love song competition however the song has gone one to champion a greater sense of patriotism and love Belize."
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Calling themselves Balam Ajpu, which means Jaguar Warrior or Warrior of Light, they rap in the ancient Mayan Tz'utujil language with the goal of making it cool for kids and teaching them their ancestors' stories and ways.
The new Destination Belize is out! The new Destination Belize is out! The new...well, it is exciting. Tanya McNab and her creative team hit the ball out of the park. Cayo comes first in this issue(page 24), as it should, and they have a great 'must do' list. Check it out.
Crave house of flavors by Chef Alejandro is one of the best restaurants in Belize. Great food, and wonderful service in a small restaurant. If you haven't eaten there yet, you're missing out. Miss Belize Michelle Nunez, fresh off the plane from Playa del Carmen, had her celebratory dinner there.
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