Thursday, 31 July 2014

Furball Fashion Show With the Costa Maya

Come join the fun here at Wet Welly's Cantina for a fun of Foreva Fancy Fashion Show. $20.00 entrance raffle and Live music picture with the queens.!

Coming this Monday August 4th, 2014. It's all for Charity Doors are open at 7:30pm and show begin's at 8:30pm.

Three vehicle was handed over to the POLYCLINIC II in San Pedro

On Friday July 25th three health support vehicles were handed over to the Dr. Otto Rodriguez San Pedro Polyclinic II. The tuk-tuks, as they are commonly referred to, are a part of a donation made to the Government of Belize by the government of Dubai, United Emirates in April.

According to Bowen and Bowen a single three wheeled is valued each at $11, 538.  The health support vehicles throughout the country was valued at $300,000 Belize Dollars. The three wheeled motor-cycled comes with an attached covered unit equipped with seating and a stretcher to transport patients. The vehicles will not be used as a replacement for conventional ambulance but will support assistance with our partners at health promotion events, social events, mobile clinics use and home visits.

The Ministry is giving its pleasure to minister Heredia, the Attorney General Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hon. Wilfred Elrington for the support in this initiative. The vehicle's where handed over  were present Minister Heredia Jr. along with Mayor of San Pedro Town Daniel Guerrero and other members of the town council. On hand to receive the much anticipated vehicles were Polyclinic Administrator Owen Vellos, Dr. Javier Zuniga and volunteer emergency medical technician (EMT), Alex Parmelee.

Alex Parmalee will be in the voluntary in charge for training volunteers in the community those who wants to contribute their services to the clinic and working on establishing a San Pedro Emergency Medical Service (EMS). He work for more than 20 year's of experience within the ambulance in the US. 

The Institute of Archaeology Dr. Jaime Awe say thank you

On behalf of archaeologist from Belize & abroad, NICH & especially the Institute of Archaeology (IA) we say thank you Dr. Jaime Awe for the many years you gave to the then Department of Archaeology and now IA and to Belizean archaeology. We will move forward on the foundation you built for us. As we know your life will forever be centered on Belizean archaeology. We once more congratulate our new director Dr. John Morris, as we all thank our outgoing director Dr. Jaime Awe.

Thursday, 24 July 2014

Joint Press Release, Oceana/Belize Audubon Society/World Wildlife Fund/MarAlliance/Association of Protected Areas Management Organizations/Oceana, Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Belize’s largest conservation and tourism organizations, as well as members of the public, have joined forces in opposition to a proposed seven star mega-resort on Belize’s most remote coral reefs. The project, named Puerto Azul, would transform two private islands on the northern side of the Lighthouse Reef atoll. The brainchild of Italian promoter Domenico Giannini, Puerto Azul was launched during the 2014 Cannes Film Festival at a lavish celebrity-studded party. Belizean ministers of government were also flown in for the occasion.
Opposition to the project is based on its massive scale in an undeveloped area that is over 50 miles from the nearest mainland supply depot. Lighthouse Reef, part of the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System, is one of only four atolls in the Caribbean and is home to the world renowned Blue Hole and Half Moon Caye Natural Monuments; both are protected areas and World Heritage Sites. The developers want to build what they describe as a “citadel of luxury” inclusive of underwater suites, a golf course, amusement park, submarine base, hospital, super-yacht marina and Formula 1 race track, all serviced by a two mile long international airport to be dredged from the sands and productive sea grass beds of the Lighthouse Reef atoll. The resort’s proposed one thousand guests would be served by a small city of two thousand employees.
The Government of Belize has yet to formally approve the project and the developers have not closed on the property but investors are moving forward with the studies required for environmental clearance. Selective clearing is also happening on the cayes. That reality has prompted a rapidly growing number of organizations and individuals familiar with Belize’s environment to take the position that while they support overnight and high-end luxury tourism, they are unable to support a tourism venture whose infrastructure will irreversibly alter the same environment that is meant to attract visitors. There are more appropriate sites for expansive projects that require large-scale alterations to the environment that yield lower impacts and provide more benefits to Belize’s economy.

“In 30 years of sustained growth Belize’s tourism industry has relied on one constant factor: the careful stewardship of our incredible natural resource base,” says president of the Belize Tourism Industry Association, Herbert Haylock. “To transplant a Disneyesque city into the middle of one of Belize’s most beautiful marine habitats is an act of environmental arrogance that runs counter to all that has made Belize an authentically unique and successful destination.” Executive Director of the Belize Audubon Society Amanda Acosta agrees. “As co-managers of these two destinations, we are all too aware that these resources are already on UNESCO’s list of in-danger sites. Scale is the issue. If Puerto Azul were to happen it would be the nail in the coffin of Belize’s World Heritage status.” WWF’s country representative Nadia Bood adds, “Any vision for development in this remarkable area must protect national interests over the long-term.”
Belize’s marine resources contribute to the national economy well beyond tourism. According to Dr. Melanie McField, Director of the Healthy Reefs Initiative, a 2008 World Resources Institute economic evaluation found that Belize's reef and mangroves provide about US$500million dollars every year in goods and services to Belize. “Direct ongoing benefits to the people and country of Belize are threatened by this ill-conceived, unsuitable and completely inappropriate proposed development that will benefit few Belizeans and expatriate the nation’s natural and actual wealth.”

Other scientists, including Dr. Rachel Graham, executive director of MarAlliance, notes, “Puerto Azul will irreversibly impact a fragile biodiversity hotspot and coral reef site of local and global importance. The proposed development would further displace the atoll’s traditional fishers and rapidly extirpate the atoll’s marine resources – both the basis of a sustainable tourism and a heritage benefiting all Belizeans.”

And that, says Janelle Chanona, Oceana’s Vice President in Belize, is why Belizeans are vigilant. “There are strong economic and cultural connections between Belizeans and Belize’s marine resources. This location in particular has a very special place in the heart of all Belizeans. It is a sacred place. You don’t scar sacred places. Developments must not risk our precious environment or compromise the livelihoods of this generation or future Belizeans.” - End of Release -

Wednesday, 23 July 2014

Another in San Pedro is predeceased Jesse Cope from San Pedro Daily

It is with sadness that I must bring the news of the passing of Jesse Cope. He ran the San Pedro Daily. He fell ill earlier this week and was admitted to Belize Healthcare Partners where, late last evening, he succumbed to his illness. Though words are of little help, he was well cared for and went peacefully without pain. His family has been notified and are in touch with Dr. Lerida and will be making arrangements with her as to the final preparations. 

I would not be posting this except that one of the more urgent matters is the care of Bear, his friend and companion dog. Bear is presently being boarded at Pampered Paws but with 14 other dogs in her care, Kaita cannot keep him. If there is anyone who can foster him temporarily until the family can make the decision as to what should happen with him, it would be appreciated. He is a well behaved older rottweiler who would cause no fuss. Please call Pampered Paws at 226-2227 if you can provide a home for him while Jesse's affairs are being sorted.

An Islander of San Pedro Ambergris Caye was stab by his Common Law wife

The San Pedro Sun Released a report concerning a  domestic dispute that left an islander of Ambergris Caye dead shortly before six this morning. The victim has been indicatedas 28-year old Felix Eduardo Alamilla, a caretaker of a Mosquito Coast Area of San Pedro Town.

Alamillla was predeceased at the arrival while he was transported at San Carlos Medical Clinic where Dr. Giovanni Solorzano examined his body.

Alamilla and his common-law wife were involved in a domestic dispute in which the woman inflicted stab wounds to his head, chest area and leg. Police have detained the woman pending charges.At this name of Alamilla has not yet been released and the body was transported to Belize City for further investigation. 


San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Belize, July 23, 2014 - Tropic Air announces today, that effective November 1, 2014, it will increase service to Roatan, Honduras from four times weekly to daily.

“We are very excited to be increasing our service to Roatan in response to the overwhelming support and enthusiasm of our passengers", said John Greif III, President of Tropic Air. “Roatan has become an important part of our network, and a source of growing tourism and trade business to Belize. The next logical step is for us to increase the frequency to daily to allow traffic to grow even more”.

This increase in service will also allow the people of Roatan to make easy connections to Cancun, Merida, Flores (Tikal), and 11 destinations within Belize. Roatan is Tropic's second destination in Honduras and was inaugurated in 2013.

Effective November 1, 2014, Tropic's new schedule between Belize City International and Roatan will be:

DEPARTS                    TIME               ARRIVES                   TIME              Days
Belize City Int'l (BZE)    4:15PM           Roatan (RTB)               5:15PM          Daily
Roatan (RTB)                7:00AM           Belize City Int'l (BZE)   8:00AM          Daily


The service is bookable via the web at, via e-mail at, by phone at (501) 226-2012, by contacting any of our stations, or your friendly travel professional.

Tuesday, 22 July 2014

Creator From 'The Shield' Moves Forward with New Project and to meet an old school friend in Belize

A new project is in the works from the creator of FX's critically acclaimed cop drama "The Shield," reports that the project has received a pilot order from Amazon.
The project is “Mad Dogs,” an adaptation of a British black comedy/thriller, from "The Shield" creator Shawn Ryan. Cris Cole, the creator of the original U.K. series, is on board as an executive producer, along with Ryan, and has written the adaptation.
The project, which will be directed by Emmy winner Charles McDougall, was initially set up at FX as a limited series.
The latest version is about four fortysomething men who reunite to meet an old school friend in Belize, but things go wrong. Left Bank, the original British producer, is co-producing with Sony Pictures TV, which has an overall deal with Ryan.

Belize has all the ingredients for a surf and turf vacation

The same turquoise waters that lure tourists to Caribbean destinations slosh around Belize’s island chain. But tiny Belize has a major advantage in reeling in the holidaymakers — spectacular Maya ruins tucked away in lush jungle. The nation is home to more prehistoric buildings than modern-day ones, according to its Institute of Archaeology.

That ancient appeal draws in backpackers eager for adventure as well as divers ready to gawk at its bustling reefs or plunge into its famed Blue Hole. Belize has all the ingredients for a surf and turf vacation — at least for those who don’t mind the odd giant cockroach or neon green frog that may invade their jungle dwellings.
Evidence of human sacrifice in Maya times litters the floors of the Actun Tunichil Muknal caves, where the skeletons are welded in place by limestone sediment. 

Mayan pottery is also frozen in time there, with archeologists opting to leave most artifacts as they were centuries ago. To get to the caves, visitors are led down a gentle jungle trail that includes several river crossings. Next, comes an invigorating swim across a frigid pool of water at the cave’s mouth (which is patrolled by a resident vine snake). Water winds throughout the cave, and visitors have to squeeze through impossible-looking openings before being rewarded with the archaeological trove. But don’t expect to plaster social media with photos documenting the adventure. 

Clumsy tourists — including one who left a camera-sized hole in the skull of a sacrificed child — led to a ban on cameras at the site.Just a fraction of Caracol, a once powerful Maya city state, has been unearthed by archaeologists. Once home to 150,000 inhabitants (nearly twice the population of Belize’s current industrial center, Belize City), the site was lost until a logger stumbled upon it in the 1930s while in search of mahogany.

Nearly a century later, 90 percent of it still belongs to the jungle. Shards of ancient pottery are scattered around the complex, which includes astronomical buildings, ball courts, palaces and a 40-meter-tall pyramid that remains the tallest man-made structure in Belize. The guttural intonations of howler monkeys and the eerie screech of the yellow-tailed bird provide the soundtrack for those wandering through the massive archaeological site.

This complex of ruins got its Maya name, Xunantunich — meaning “stone woman” — from a sun-soaked apparition said to haunt the site. The city was built up over millennia and its history is sketched out neatly at the newly opened visitor’s center. At the site itself, the main attraction is the ruin known as “El Castillo,” which towers above the jungle. Four elaborate stucco friezes depicting Maya gods once hugged each side of the building.

Now just two remain, and they’re both covered up by fiberglass copies to preserve the originals. Despite its lofty appearance and elaborate decorations, the Castillo likely served as an administrative hub, not a temple, according to the visitor’s center.

Even from its perch high up on a hill, Cahal Pech lives in the shadow of its more impressive neighbors, Caracol, Xunantunich and Tikal. Cahal Pech — which unflatteringly means “Place of the Ticks” in Yucatec and Mopan Mayan — sits on the outskirts of San Ignacio, a popular base for those exploring Maya ruins.
Under the cover of an encroaching jungle, visitors can get a glimpse of how the upper crust lived in Maya times through the site’s palace structures. The site is also home to a nice example of a Maya ball court.
Caye Caulker is a sandy strip of land surrounded by a bounty of sea life. The more laid-back alternative to San Pedro (immortalized by the 1987 Madonna hit “La Isla Bonita”), provides a base for the thriftier tourist looking to explore Belize’s nearby barrier reef.

The island is crowded with tour companies that ferry visitors to reef hot spots, such as the intimidating Shark Ray Alley. Nurse sharks and sting rays were originally drawn to the area by fishermen cleaning their catch, but now it’s tour boats that chum the waters. The fish expectantly clamor around any boat that arrives. Other underwater highlights include an enormous logger turtle that is blind in one eye that hovers around a conch fishermen’s boat, and a rainbow of tropical fish.

Eerie night snorkeling affords an opportunity to watch the fish scurry to find a home among the reef before darkness falls. When things do turn truly nocturnal, snorkelers armed with underwater LEDs have the opportunity to spot squid, octopus, lobster and crabs.Scuba divers can also catch a ride to Belize’s iconic Blue Hole, an underwater sinkhole that’s 300 meters wide and 120 meters deep.

Iguana scurry all over San Ignacio thanks in part to the efforts of the Iguana Project, which hatches and releases the critters whose eggs are regularly gobbled up by predators in the wild. A guided tour of the facility where they’re kept allows tourists to get up-close-and-personal with the scaly beasts.

Among the highlights is the iguana nursery, where willing participants can be covered in a brood of four- to six-month-old bright green iguanas. Belizeans are prohibited from keeping the lizards as pets, but Iguana Project guide Jorge Lopez says locals will eat green iguanas for dinner. And he insists they taste like chicken. The project works to boost the lizard’s population by releasing 100 to 150 iguanas a year.

Saturday, 19 July 2014

Tropic Air to Increase flight services to Merida, Yucatan, Mexico

“Since commencement of the route, we have been working closely with our partners at the Yucatan Tourism Board and in the Merida tourism community on building traffic. We are now excited to be increasing our service in response to their feedback, support and enthusiasm", said John Greif III, President of Tropic Air. “Clearly Merida has the potential to be an important part of our network, and a source of growing business to Belize and beyond. We want to do everything we can to allow that relationship to develop”.

This increase in service will also allow the people of Merida to make easy connections to Roatan, San Pedro Sula, Flores, and 11 destinations within Belize. Merida is Tropic’s second destination in Mexico and its fifth international route, and was inaugurated in March of this year.

Effective November 1, 2014, Tropic’s new schedule between Belize City International and Merida will be:

 Departs:                                                              Departs:

 Belize City Int’l (BZE) at 11:15AM                     Merida (MID) at 2:00PM
  Arrives:Merida (MID) at 1:00PM Daily              Arrives: Belize City Int’l (BZE) at 3:45PM Daily
                                                                           ALL TIMES LOCAL (STANDARD)

The service is bookable via the web at, via e-mail at, by phone at (501) 226-2012, by contacting any of our stations, or your friendly travel professional.

Thursday, 17 July 2014

Support a worthy donation Back to School Supplies

It's back to school planning time and many of our Belizean children need help with this, so my group of friends and I have decided to do a "Build a Backpack" back to school drive this year! These are the items we are collecting:

  • Gently used or New back pack ( Kinder - highschool)
  • Gently used tennis shoes or black shoes ( kinder - Highschool)
  • Stationery: Blanks, pens, pencils, sharpeners, erasers, rulers, highlighters, folders, folder sheets crayons, markers etc.

we will also take uniforms in good condition and donate them to the school they can be used at. Together we can make back to school a great experience for needy kids: Deadline to hand ove these backpacks to the students is August 16. These are the members that can pick up items you would like to donate this summer.
Lisa Marie Forman: can pick items up from you in San Pedro, Jeannie Alpuche : Belmopan, Andrea Pelayo: Orange Walk, Risi Teresita in Coro, Patty Arceo in Caye Caulker, Gisele Sabido, Yesenia Zetina Michelle, Rudon, Lilian Alamina or , Olgi Urbina-Goughin Belize City. 


This freen screening is for everyone, all you have to do is just show up. \this will take place on AUGUST 9th from 1:00pm to 6:00pm.
Pass it on to your your church members, the lions club, the business association, dive shops, tour company's, all employees, all people working on the streets, and in the sun.
A little education and a bit of prevention goes a long way. We want to reach all people of San Pedro as this would help each and every one of us. If we could get a little promotion from all of you we could try to reach as many folks as possible
We want to reach the schools, churches, groups, elderly, non-english speaking community. 
ANY ADVICE WE ARE OPEN TOO. We would love to get on radio, TV, everywhere. Printed flyers help. posting this note in your window making sure the elderly are aware. Please lets work together to get this word out. Dr. Lopez will be doing free screenings at ZEN ARCADE on AUGUST 9TH FROM 1:00PM TO 6:00 PM

for more information on the Doctor see his website:


Wednesday, 16 July 2014

Press Release Ministry of Health receives vehicles from the EU

Ministry of Health receives vehicles for Vector Control Unit through a grant from the EU - Today the Ministry of Health hosted a presentation to the media of eleven (11) Toyota Hilux 4 x 4 pick-up trucks at Belize Diesel & Equipment Co. Ltd. compound in Belmopan. This comes as part of a Contribution Agreement from the European Union to improve and upgrade the Vector Control Unit of the Ministry of Health.
The transportation vehicles will be used to assist the health workers of the program in intervention, surveillance, treatment and compliance of vector control efforts in both the urban and rural communities across the country. The vehicles have a total value of $720,000 BCY.
Chief of Operations, Vector Control Unit, Mr. Kim Bautista shared that the vehicles will be a great addition due to the limited mobility that they now face. The vehicles will also help to carry out the timely interventions, including the control of mosquitoes which directly spread vector control diseases such as Dengue, Malaria, and Chikungunya. Dr. Gerardo de Cosio, PAHO/WHO representative for Belize mentioned that they are indeed glad to once again partner with the Ministry of Health towards the goal of a healthier community.
"The Strengthening of the Prevention and control of Dengue and Malaria in Belize" Project was signed on December 17th, 2013 between the European Union and the Pan American Health Organization with the Ministry of Health as the implementing partner. The project also includes for the management and maintenance of vehicles at a total cost of $2,280,345.77 BCY.

Kate Sealy named as Belize's flag bearer for the XX Commonweakth Games

At an executive meeting held by the National Olympics on Saturday July 12th in Belize City, heptathlete Katy Sealy was selected as the flag bearer for Belize at the XX Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremonies. 

Katy was named Belize's flag Bearer following an assessment of her commitment  to he sporting discipline. As a dedicated athlete who was grown tremendously over the past few years and has invested significant time to improve her performance, Katy's representation  of Belize at an international level has been stellar. 

The Belize Social Network would like to wish all the athletes and officials of teams Belize success in the XX on the Commonwealth Games and a safe Journey. 

Doctor Jaime Awe announced that he has Relinquish as the Director of the National Institute of Culture and History’s (NICH) Institute of Archaeology (IA)

Doctor Jaime Awe an Archaeological made a public announcement that he has reliquish as representor of the Director of the National Institute of Culture and History’s (NICH) Institute of Archaeology (IA). The unexpected announcement came during the 12th Annual Belize Archaeology and Anthropology Symposium held on Tuesday, July 1st to Friday, July 4th. At this time their are no officials reports of Awe's replacement. But he is coming back to his originated in research and teaching.

Effectively on Thursday, July 31st, he will take his resignation, A statement made on July 1st stated that as an Archaeologist he will remain engaged in Belize’s archaeological studies. President of NICH, Diane Haylock expressed her surprise at Dr. Awe’s decision but is nevertheless grateful for his contributions to the archaeological field.

Doctor Jaime Awe  expresses his personal opinion  “I thank everyone for the support and assistance offered to me during my time as Director of the IA and the additional work I have done, without you, my success would not be possible. To the Belizean community, I urge you to be more involved in the preservation and conservation of the country’s archaeological assets, for it is important to safeguard them for future generation to come My decision to resign had nothing to do with any personal issues, professional issues or political issues, none whatsoever and, you know I’ve enjoyed working thoroughly with Minister Heredia as I did with Mark Espat.  I want to assure everybody that I am not leaving Belize archaeology.  I will continue to work in archaeology in Belize. 

Tuesday, 15 July 2014

Help Ted Rino Mckoy Raise funds to document a Jankunu History story

"I am a social entrepreneur and I have started the first Social Enterprise in Belize. I am on a mission to battle social exclusion by empowering young people through the commoditization of local nuances and skills."

"I believe that by globalizing certain aspects of ones culture such as art forms, people can find new motivations to keep their culture alive and to preserve natural environment on which it depends." 

 "Efficient processes that take into account the new reality of the global culture can help to create sustainability as it relates to people and diversity. 

I am a garifuna Economics student looking to enterprise to save my culture."Ted Rino Mckoy

One of His website that was found to raisefunds is tell the community that he wants Document a story about Jankunu.  Ted Rino Mckoy mentioned that the tradition of Jankunu Dance is a story telling about people and art and is recognized by intellectuals as the only truly Native Afro Caribbean Art Form.

“There are many stories about the origin of this ancient art form and many people disagree as they try to understand it. Which ever way Jankunu is an ancient  Afro-Caribbean art form that survived slavery and colonialism not because of resistance but because it is beautiful, says McKoy.
“This Documentary film will tell the story about a group of young boys who are fighting to keep their culture alive by dancing and practicing Jankunu,”, he added.

Co-founder on, All where the funding website he is using to raise funds process a documentary about the Jankunu Dance. 

Summer Camp Activity in San Pedro

There are two SUMMER CAMPS activity in San Pedro. 1.Camp Basil Jones is a GREAT place to send your child for one week to learn more about our fragile eco system! Please check out their page! I got four kids up there this week! Then there's this one: NEMO SUMMER CAMP.HAVING ITS ONE DAY DISASTER PREPAREDNESS SUMMER CAMP FOR CHILDREN 10 - 16 YRS.
SAN PEDRO WILL BE JULY 28, 2014. 9:00AM - 4:00 PM


Monday, 14 July 2014

Prime Minister leaves the country for medical treatment

Prime Minister Dean Barrow left the country on Sunday, July 13, 2014 for a journey for medical reasons. The Prime Minister will return on Wednesday, July 16, 2014. During his absency , the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Natural Resources and Agriculture Hon. Gaspar Vega will serve as the acting Prime Minister.

The No Take Zone helps to improve on Lobster, Conch and Fish

 Fishermen processing conch in Belize's coastal waters. A new report from the Wildlife Conservation Society reveals that no-take zones can help conch, lobster, and other economically valuable species recover from overfishing.
A new report from the Wildlife Conservation Society shows that no-take zones in Belize can not only help economically valuable species such as lobster, conch, and fish recover from overfishing, but may also help re-colonize nearby reef areas.
The report—titled “Review of the Benefits of No-Take Zones”—represents a systematic review of research literature from no-take areas around the world. The report was written by Dr. Craig Dahlgren, a recognized expert in marine protected areas and fisheries management. The report comes as signatory countries of the Convention on Biological Diversity countries are being required to protect at least 10 percent of their marine territory.
“Belize has been a leader in the region for establishing marine protected areas and has a world-renowned system of marine reserves, many of which form the Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System World Heritage Site,” said Janet Gibson, Director of the Wildlife Conservation Society’s Belize Program. “It’s clear that no-take zones can help replenish the country’s fisheries and biodiversity, along with the added benefits to tourism and even resilience to climate change.”
WCS commissioned the report to describe the performance of no-take zones in Belize and in other countries to ultimately conserve highly diverse coral reef systems. In many coastal marine ecosystems around the world, overfishing and habitat degradation are prompting marine resource managers to find ecosystem-based solutions. The report also examines factors affecting the performance of no-take zones, such as the design, size, location, and factors of compliance with fishing regulations.
According to past studies, the recovery of lobster, conch, and other exploited species within marine protected areas with no-take zones, or fully protected reserves, could take as little as 1-6 years. Full recovery of exploited species, however, could take decades.
“The report provides a valuable guide for Belize’s marine managers and fishers,” said Dr. Caleb McClennen, Executive Director of WCS’s Marine Program. “We also hope this effort will generate and sustain stakeholder support for these important regulatory tools.”

Saturday, 12 July 2014

Press Release on Titan International Securities to clear names with CYNK

On July 10th, 2014 a story was reported in the local news regarding a United States penny stock company call CNYK Technology and Titan International Securities inc (*Titan*) was identified has having an address similar to that reported by CNK Technology on its website. Titan is licensed with the international Financial services commission of Belize to trade in financial and commodity based  derivative investments and securities and has offices  on fourth floor of the Matalon Building in Belize City, Belize. Public filings with the fourth floor  of the Matalon Building albeit in a different suite.
CYNK never has operated out of the office of Titan, and, to Titan's  knowledge, never has had an office in the Matalon office in the Matalon building.  Matalon building management has confirmed that CYNK does not have a presence in the Matalon Building. Matalon Building Management  has asked CYNK to remove the Matalon address from CYNK's website. Building  management shared with Titan the response that it received from CYNK. That response was "the address is being removed. Our error-apologies."

In the interest of completeness, Titan also makes two additional statements about CYNK:
(I) Titan does not know and never has had an affiliation with CYNK, and (ii) No shares of CYNK has ever been traded at, by or through Titan.

Titan is proud of its business record. There has never been an complaint  filed against or charges of any infraction whatsoever made against the firm. Titan is  committed to strict compliance with all laws, regulations and policies that govern licensed securities firms in Belize. Titan works closely with its principal regulator, the International  Financial Services commission.

The local news channel that included Titan in its story about CYNK obtained a copy of Titan's license from Titan's website. Titan chooses to make available for viewing its license on its website so clients of Titan know that Titan is properly licensed.  Titan was never contacted about the story and had no opportunity whatsoever to state Titan's position. Titan has nothing whatsoever to  do with CYNK and was wrongly linked to the news story simply because of its address and nature of its business.

An excellent Friday and three spotted doubled propeller Army Helicopter

On Friday July 11th, 2014 I went around the island and took some photo's. Here is your highlight below of how the weather was super excellent to come and enjoy the weather. Since the island is famous for its beautiful blue sea and island style. Its was a windy day and very warm most came out to sail, swim and wind surf on the water.

My highlight for the view of Friday is a view of how excellent the weather it was in San Pedro and how lucky we are to live in a crazy paradise. With no rain during the day I headed up North. The white beaches, the clear bright blue water and the sound of wild birds. It was a journey up North to visit some of the amazing quiet places to see and some excellent photo's.

                          Here is view from Royal Palm when I was head north. The day started very well.

   It was a bright Friday Morning. 

 Look very slow start for a Friday morning. Isn't it?
  Then here you are looking at the view where Wet Willy is and Chuck and Robbie's dock. 
 Here is a fabulous view infront of Sandy Toe's 


This is the view while crossing the bridge. 

I like this view with the Coconut tree leaning. 

                              Their where some people sailing on the water. I managed to take a picture.

   I visited Rojo Lounge and the view was fabulous. With red painted inside and a great atmosphere the place had Fire lamp in a row. The place caught my attention the way how great they have it decorated.
Rojo Lounge at the front. 
                                                         I spotted this weird looking sea urchin.                  


                                     I just loved the color of the water. Its so a bright Blue, green color.
                 Meanwhile I was observing to take picture's I caught this incoming sail boat passing by.
                      Hey everyone, look at this green and red stop light sign. One of the coolest decor I've seen.

               After I took this photo I suddenly heard  loud plane. Which I thought It was. 

But, it was not a plane. It was three doubled propeller Helicopter passing by. This Boeing CH-47 Chinook is an American twin-engine, tandem rotor heavy-lift helicopter. Its primary roles are troop movement, artillery placement and battlefield resupply. It has a wide loading ramp at the rear of the fuselage and three external-cargo hooks. With a top speed of 170 knots (196 mph, 315 km/h) the helicopter is faster than contemporary 1960s utility and attack helicopters. The CH-47 is among the heaviest lifting Western helicopters. Its name is from the Native American Chinook people.

 Look at this bird I just fell in love with the bird. Every  time we said something it would repeat it. Suddenly, it started dancing for us for like 5 seconds. Then started laughing. What s cool bird made our day.

                                                            Palapa if you enjoy it come by.

                          This construction is nearly finishing. Last time I saw it was just beginning. Their also room for sale. 
                       Caught the black birds flying by while fishermen were cutting fish few yards away.
                                           Here is a view towards THE HOTEL next to it was The legend's .

And that's how I spent the day at La Isla Bonita San Pedro. The day was very interesting but, I would tell you the streets are way to dusty. so be prepared for a dusty road.