Nestled in the South West corner of Bahia De Amatiqe in the Gulf of Honduras, this ramshackle town has a completely different feel than towns in Belize. Spanish and Mayan reign— very little English. Poverty is present everywhere you look. Lots of Garifuna people and traditional Mayan.

Here are a few of the pics I managed to take while strolling between the harbor and the Port of Authority.

Published by orihar

Rabbi, world traveler.

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