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outoftowner
5/11/2009 18:52 EST

I am taking my second trip to Belize next week to see if I really want to live there. I have selected the Corozal area as it is close to Chetumal and seems to be an area with a nice mix of xpats and locals. Any comments?

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DIVINGYORKMOM
6/16/2009 17:43 EST

Hi, we have not been to belize yet, but bought a lot in a new subdivision. Can you say Crazy!! I know, Ive been told over and over. But we will make the trip in July. And Im quite sure I will love it. Anywhere there is beautiful blue water and easy way of life, I want to be there. We have several years yet before we can move, but trying to get aquainted with the country through others and a few short trips, until we can start building. The area you chose is supposed to be a real nice area, we will be closer to Stann creek. Hope everything works out for you, keep in touch and let us know what you like and dislike, ok.

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LivingBelize
8/10/2009 17:09 EST

Spanish is spoken alot in Corozal. Also, it is nicely located close to the border and Chetumal is wonderful to get away to for entertainment (movies, dining, etc) as well as for shopping for clothes, food items, personals... the Belizean dollar goes a far way in Mexico.

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LivingBelize
8/10/2009 17:10 EST

However, just be aware that only Belizeans with Belizean passports are allowed to cross the border without a charge... foreigners have to pay departure tax.

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SassyPilotsWife
1/13/2010 08:01 EST

Diving Mom..

that does sound crazy ! FUN though ! I would do it too probably ( no agents respond pls lol ) where did u purchase ? what prompted you to purchase there ? Hubby and I have been scouting the internet looking and trying to learn as much as possible. I know we want something built relatively well on the beach or darn close to it and hope to retired there ( well me ) while hubby finishes up the last 10 years flying. Look forward to corresponding with you. We're US expats currently living in the UAE ( talk about a crazy move) but its been great !

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DIVINGYORKMOM
1/13/2010 21:25 EST

Hey Sassy Pilots wife, cute name by the way, We purchased a lot in a new development in the Stann creek area, called Dreamscapes of belize. I had been watching properties online, and just kept seeing it go up in price. So decided to take a leap. We went down in July and checked it out. Its gonna be really nice, gated, pool, golf course, marina and all. Its about 1 mile from the water, but I figured that would be a nice walk everyday back and forth to keep in shape in our old age, ya know. Your husband is a pilot, that is great. Something my husband always wanted to learn, but never the time. Can't wait until time slows down for us. Let me know what you find out and I will keep you posted too.

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jeb1
1/16/2010 11:21 EST

"Can't wait until time slows down for us." - Diving

Ah, is that called an oxymoron? :)

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JP55301
1/25/2010 18:45 EST

Diving
you are right about the blue waters and easy life but I recommend you visit before building because there will be many things you take for granted now that you will not have there. You need to accept lacking many things and doing others totally different not to mention dealing with the cultural schock.
Good luck.

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bonbond
1/26/2010 00:23 EST

hello! My husband and I just starting looking into Dreamscapes of Belize. Which property did you purchase? We want to go to belize in a few months to check the properties out and also Belize.
Where do you recommend staying when going to Belize?
We are going to book our trip soon.
When you went to Belize did you check out the entire country?
It looks so beautiful and we are excited to check it out.

Thanks.

bonbond

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slmdirect
1/29/2010 22:00 EST

We have looked at the same development! However, we are not so bold as to purchase right away. I think we will visit first anf then invest, if realistic and the life style looks reasonable.

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slmdirect
1/29/2010 22:03 EST

Let us know what you find out. We have been evaluating a move to Belize. Most likely we will go there this year (early) and check it out.

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portia
2/24/2010 19:04 EST

i've been looking online at the subdivisions and woulf love to know how your is comming along..was it ok when you saw it for the first time?

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Johanne
3/3/2010 13:20 EST

HI,
we went to San Pedro I a lot of time and other places in Belize, Placencia, Hopkins and San Ignacio.
san Pedro is a very nice town, diving is wonderful, houses expensive bur you can find good deals in those days maybe with the economy going down.
San Pedro must be seen.
You can apply for the QRP programm which is advantageous for expat. Go look at te belize qRP program.
We are looking at going at this place full time.
We went their for 2 month last summer and 2 weeks in 2009. In 2008 2 month in 2 weeks.
We look at the Panama also and costa rica. But since Belize is English speaking we like it better.
Peolple are very nice and the look and feel of San Perdo is amazing.
If you have other questions do not hesitate.

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gilliankirkwood
3/21/2010 00:38 EST

Just drove through Corozul and back again on my way to Playa Del Carmen these past two days. We stopped to visit the local market. Its all very laid back and quaint and relatively old as its been inhabited since the late 1800's. The sea was a lovely blue etc. but I didn't see any beaches etc. etc. nor many expats in cars, whereas in Belize City, or San Pedro you see them all the time. The fruits and vegs were much much cheaper in Corozul than Belize City, in some cases half the price! Spanish is the main language spoken in Corozul, but a smile says a thousand words.
I just got my QRP paperwork so I could exit Belize for free instead of pay 20US $ and because I had not spent more than 2 days in Mexico I didn't have to pay the Mexican exit tax either (another 20 US$). Bus from Belize City to Chetchumal Mexico costs 8 US bucks first class or 5 US bucks second.(takes 3 hours, or 5hrs second class) Chetchumal to Playa Del Carmen 20 US $ (takes 5 hours) not bad huh! Just had a great mini weekend.... early, ate great Mexican food, and stayed in a wonderful smart hotel for very little money.

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kjellis
3/29/2010 20:58 EST

We also bought a lot in Dreamscapes of Belize in Ocean Reef, sight unseen. Looking at satellite imagery, not what we expected...was told we'd have an ocean view but dense jungle between our lot and the ocean makes us suspicious. We're going down in a couple weeks and will see. Despite the health benefits, the idea of walking a mile to the beach (through jungle) doesn't have much appeal, especially on the way back when hot and sticky. Wish we had bought the property we first fell in love with outside Corozal (Orchid Bay), a georgeous setting but much pricier. Guess you get what you pay for but hopefully, we won't regret our decision too much. I know we won't if we can meet good neighbors. I'll log in when we get back and update. Kathy

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kjellis
3/29/2010 21:03 EST

Be sure to check out Orchid Bay. This will be a great community with many amenities We'll always regret not buying there. Didn't have the cash on hand at the time but financing now available. IGood luck.

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swisslady
3/30/2010 00:21 EST

Hi,I am surprised, how many people writt about and move to Belize, I am from switzerland and now in Nigaragua planing to travel to Belize, would be nice to met some of you there ,its all new for me , was ther ones 30 y ago,for any info I would be very gratefull to you thank you and kind regards lisa
my email:lisas120@yahoo.com.au

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NanaB
2/28/2011 09:22 EST

We also had bought a lot based on seeing the ocean from the property at Dreamscapes.

We have rec'd a title but we are still concerned about the time it's taking to put in the infastructure for building.

Do you know anything more since last yr. We are going down this month.

Your help would be very much appreciated. email: lberk3@juno.com

Thanks!

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ssteakley
8/25/2011 18:22 EST

Did you ever make it down to Belize?

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don92649
8/29/2011 20:32 EST

Not to be negative but all you looking into these undeveloped "developments" please slow down. It's a different world down there. It takes years and years for areas to get developed, and some may never make it. Many developers need cash from those of you buying sight-unseen so they can continue. Some even have taken the money and run. It's a tough economy everywhere.

I've been to Belize (mostly Placencia) for 3 extended visits in the past year and I still am a bit leery what to buy. It's not the same as N. Amer. There are few real estates 'rules' - e.g., anyone can sell property and building can take a longggg time.

I've seen gorgeous partially built complexes sit empty for years because of legal or financial problems. You have to go there to see for yourself. Do lots of research, talk to others down there - learn before you buy.

By no means am I saying everything is bad in Belize. There's some every nice places. Just do your homework. Thoroughly. Unless you have plenty of money to gamble on someone's promises.

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Honeybill
9/13/2011 20:28 EST

My husband and I bought a lot in Orchid Bay, if you would like some more info contact stephen.honeybill@greatlandholdings.com. He also can tell you about other areas around Corozol. Its a great place to live. Lots to do . We love it!! Laurene Honeybill

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Danc
9/14/2011 17:30 EST

I bought a property out side of Orangewalk in a small village talk about nuts .But I saw it one year and went back and bought it the next year.
I always thought that little guy in the Hawaiian shirt looked a little slippery sorry just one mans opinion I know this does not help. but you really need to go their and check it out it is a great country. good luck danc

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hroygentry
10/27/2011 12:01 EST

Hola we have been looking at diff. places to migrate to and was curious if anyone there knows if Belize offers any benefits for seniors such as Ecuador does like breaks on utilities transportation and VAT , thanks we would appreciate any help.
Hroy

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Wealthships
10/27/2011 12:30 EST

While Belize does not offer those kinds of breaks that Ecuador does, it does have the QRP (Qualified Retirement Program) for folks over 45, which allows them to bring in household items, a car, a boat, and a plane duty free.

You need only live in Belize one month out of the year to stay in the program, but must show a monthly income source of $2000 usd.

Hope that helps.

Sharon Hiebing

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Dreamscapesofbelize
11/17/2011 14:52 EST

Hello Dreamscapes property owners and prospective owners. Our focus at Dreamscapes has always been and continues to be on the development of the Dreamscapes community. However, it is time we turn our attention to addressing the rumors, speculation and outright attempted sabotage of the Dreamscapes development community. It is for this reason we are posting throughout this and other blogs. It’s time to set the record straight.

First and foremost, our entire team of employees, contractors, volunteers everyone else associated with Dreamscapes, are committed to completing this project. Given our commitments, it pains us to read many of the posts on the blogs. Out of over 300 property owners, only a few have voiced complaints. Unfortunately, a select few have done so in an openly public manner without seeking the right information from the source. It does not help our progress when our own property owners post blogs that show uneasiness about our development. We are in the business of selling and developing property. As the vast majority of our lot owners are aware, we have always been quite forthright in regard to returning calls and providing answers for all. So to make a point, property owners who are bloggers need to be wary of what they post because negative posting can cause negative and ongoing consequences. To that end, deeds are being provided as fast as we can get them back from the lands office in Belize and every effort is being put forth to ensure the successful conclusion to the Dreamscapes project. We encourage all readers to view our various postings throughout this blog and/or below for the truth about Dreamscapes. In these posts, we directly address the statements/opinions at hand. We will be posting shortly on our own blog, which you will be able to accesss directly from our website. We have not addressed all posts. Some posts are simply quite old and no longer relevant, as we have overcome the issues raised in those blogs (e.g., roads, development approval etc.).

It is very easy to complain when things don’t go as planned. However, it is extremely challenging and difficult to build a master community of this magnitude in a beautiful, environmentally-conscious third world country. We chose to build our community away from cities and towns so that buyers can live within and nearby all of the wonderful things that make Belize a tropical paradise. Had we built in a community where there are existing amenities and services, perhaps we would not have had the delays we have had. But we didn’t. We want our property owners to enjoy the sanctity of Belize, with some of the additional comforts of home. We do understand the complaints about the delays. What I don’t understand, however, is how the complaints lead to uninformed speculation and outright defamation. All we are saying here is that if any one has any questions or concerns about anything regarding the Dreamscapes project, our phone lines are working property and we have staff eagerly waiting to answer your questions.

We are working harder than ever to improve every aspect of our project, from shortening construction and deed delays, to improving our methods of communication. In addition to being available to speak to us at any time, we are improving our website which will also keep property owners informed. We are growing. As always, please call us at any time at 888-359-8629, ext. 101.

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Jthomas
11/18/2011 12:43 EST

I am very happy to see some posiitve comments concerning Dreamscapes. I have read some nasty comments on blog and I was getting concerned because I know that there are alot of people who have their own personal agenda's who are spreading "bad" news that is not true. I also belong to a blog www.belizedreamscapes.blogspot.com and it is factually informative as well as positve. I am happy with my purchase in Dreamscapes and thanks for the update and info. I will pas it on .....

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tomhodges
11/25/2011 11:36 EST

tomhodges64@yahoo.com

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tomhodges
11/25/2011 18:24 EST

want to move close to mexico border-any business opportunity for bi-lingual gringo

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deedeec2007
2/1/2012 08:04 EST

I was just in Belize in Oct 2011 and crossed the boarder into Mexico and the Belizean person now gets a tourist card when they go into Chetumal like I do being from the US. This is something new except for the one's that work in the Free Zone I don't think it applies to them.

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eldukedeplas
2/1/2012 09:36 EST

DeeDee. Did you drive across the border? I'm driving from Cancun to Corozal the last of this month and am wondering about the details involved. ie: Paperwork, fees, etc.. Also, did you spend any time in the Corozal area? Looking for recomendations on lodging, something simple.

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eldukedeplas
2/1/2012 10:05 EST

Hey Wealthy. When crossing the border, Corozal to Mexico, just for the day, do you have to pay an exit fee. I'm driving from Cancun to Belize (Corozal), and may want to cross back into Mexico for a day. Also, would like to drive down to your area to look around. Thanks, Cal

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Wealthships
2/1/2012 11:04 EST

Hey Duke. Check out the Sea Breeze Hotel in Corozal. Gwen, the owner, is great. $35 usd a night - hard to beat!

I just drove from Belize to Chetumal, Mexico, with my Belizean boyfriend. We paid no fees either way (I'm a resident). If we had been gone longer than 7 days, however, Mexico would have charged us an exit tax.

Since you're not a resident, Belize will charge you a $39.25 usd entry fee when you arrive.

Have fun! Sharon

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Danc
2/1/2012 12:09 EST

Yes we had to do it. I think for the first time last year in July it was $15. I do not remember having to do it the year before.

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eldukedeplas
2/1/2012 15:43 EST

Wealthy. Reading old posts, I see you, at one time, lived in San Pedro. Were you there in June 2008?

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Wealthships
2/1/2012 16:48 EST

No, I moved to Belize in Oct 2010, lived on the island until Dec 2010, then moved to San Ignacio. The island was too expensive, crowded and Americanized for my taste, but others love it. To each their own!

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HappyAbby
2/1/2012 19:38 EST

Hi there. We have just arrived in Corozal four days ago - we drove down from Canada. We love it here, have met some great people, bot ex-pats and Belizians.
We are staying at Gloria's - The Copper Horse Inn. She is from Alberta and just bought the place a couple ofr months ago, but has been coming here for years and is a wealth of information. The Inn is awesome and $60 Belizian a night- $30 Cnd. We WERE only going to stay a day or two here but are thoroughly enjoying ourselves.
We are hearing "living the dream" of retiring here and plan to travel the country first, but we do love the "feeling" here and there are some really good deals to be had. This might be home we are thinking :-) but time will tell.
Would love to hook up with anyone else from here for some local knowledge and good inexpensive places to stay in the rest of the country, we are on a bit of tight budget. I've heard there are house-sitting opportunities and we'd love to know about these.
Arriving in Chetumal we discovered Gringo Daves a few miles out. It was awesome, they were very helpful and a beautiful setting. Check out his website, and I think he'd be a good source for opportunities in that area.
Will keep ya posted, and happy to answer any questions we can, still be newbies and all.

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Wealthships
2/2/2012 08:13 EST

Welcome to Belize Abby! I own Red Roof Property Management, and we have a cute, clean, and comfortable one room cottage with a small kitchen and wifi for $40 usd a night in San Ignacio. Here's the link:

http://www.redroofpropertymanagement.com/property/1-bedroom-furnished-cottage-san-ignacio-short-term

If you find yourself up in Cayo, let me know. Good luck and have fun savoring these first few weeks. Sharon

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HappyAbby
2/2/2012 08:53 EST

Good morning Thanks Sharon for the info, looks cute. We will keep it in mind for sure.

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leeaust
2/2/2012 11:38 EST

Hi Abby, here are some more rentals that may meet your criteria in the Cayo District.

http://rainforestrealty.net/belize-rental-properties.html

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eldukedeplas
2/2/2012 17:25 EST

OUTOFTOWNER. Funny movie. After you get to Corozal, post your thoughts of the area. I will be going there Feb 28th. I have recieved good info from Wealthships. I 've been to San Pedro several times (spent 3 months on my boat one time) and have met lots of neat people. However, food seems to cost alot there. ($14 for a watermelon). So this trip I'm flying to Cancun and driving to Corozal to check it out. My interest is in the sea (bay) and water activities. Any info before the 28th would be greatly appreciated.

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deedeec2007
2/2/2012 21:45 EST

I haven't driven across the Mex-Belize boarder but every time I go across (even for the day trip to Chetumal) from Corozal yes you have to pay the $37.50 Belize exit fee. When you leave the airport it's US dollars. Feb 2012 will be my 10th trip to Corozal - 1st time to Dangriga. Las Palmas is a nice hotel and your car is in a gated area. ----Dee

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deedeec2007
2/2/2012 21:51 EST

This month will be my 10th trip to Corozal and I love it there. The friendship club meeting is the 2nd Tues of the month held at The Purple Tucan Rest and Bar. Everyone new welcome to attend and you can speak to expats that live there. Bring a dish it's a pot luck affair starting at 1:30 pm. I'll be there this time and looking forward to meeting you all. ----Dee

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deedeec2007
2/11/2012 13:06 EST

We stayed at Pelican Beach Resort while we were in Dangriga for the past 3 days checking out property my friend bought in Dreamscapes. Took a boat ride out to Tobacco Caye while there and now we are up in Corozal. Dreamscapes is not there working on the property. It sit stagnant not being worked on. We are here in Corozal for a week before flying home. ---Dee

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deedeec2007
2/11/2012 13:12 EST

The friendship club will not be meeting at the purple tucan the 2nd tues of the month. Don't know where it will be held, we are in Corozal now and will be here for a week. ---Dee

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Andreaincb
2/17/2012 00:25 EST

We are staying at the Copper Horse Inn from March 26-april 3. We can not wait. We purchased a home from Gloria in Santa Rita Heights! Would like to hear more of your impression of the Inn. We purchased the home sight unseen; we have talked to Gloria numerous times, but have yet to meet her. We love Belize and cannot wait to retire there! Thanks.

Andrea

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Andreaincb
2/17/2012 00:29 EST

We purchased a home in the Corozal District, in Santa Rita Heights. We are very excited. We purchased through a wonderful lady, Gloria Antipowitch, she runs the Copper Horse Inn in Corozal town. She is a wealth of information! Good luck, I am sure you will love Belize!

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HappyAbby
2/17/2012 08:25 EST

Good morning. We stayed at the Copper Horse Inn for the first week we were in Belize - loved it. Food great, staff friendly and helpful, and just love Gloria. We are also considering Santa Rita Heights but are in the process of checking out the rest of the country before we make a decision. We drove down from Vancouver Island, Canada and been thoroughly enjoying the beauty of both the country and its people.
Abby

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Andreaincb
2/17/2012 20:22 EST

Thanks Abby. We are very excited about gettung there and seeing our house and meeting Gloria!!! Good luck with your search and enjoy your time in Belize. Are yu still there? When did you stay with Gloria? Keep me posted on your adventire!! Did I mention we are from Nova Scotia? :0)

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Danc
2/18/2012 13:06 EST

When does the friendship club meet and where? I will be in Belize around the 15 th of March and will be staying out side of Orangewalk for about a month would like to meet some expats that live their year round and get good info. I like to do things backwards I have bought property and my house is almost finished I will be working on electric ,plumbing and tile.

DANC

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HappyAbby
2/18/2012 22:17 EST

Ahoy, from the other side of our country. I loooved Nova Scotia when I visited, beautiful scenery and the people were sooo friendly.
We stayed at Gloria's about three weeks ago, have lost count of time ;-)
We are currently in San Ignacio, arrived a few days ago. It's gorgeous here, so lush and the trees are soo amazing. Like the rest of the country, the people here are so friendly. We've enjoyed the whole country but our favourites have been here, Hopkins and Corozal Town. Each area has had its own distinct flavour, quite amazing for such a small country, so diversified. Placencia was also quite nice but just a bit too touristy for us, although we did find it quite quaint.
The only Caye we've visited was Tobacco where we enjoyed a day of snorkelling and lounging, beautiful little place. We are planning to head over to Caulker next.
All in all we've had an amazing trip so far, we love it here.
Hope that helps, looking forward to perhaps having our paths cross,

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Danc
2/19/2012 13:03 EST

When you go to Cayes Caulker be sure to snorkel at shark alley and pet the sharks and the rays really cool.

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HappyAbby
2/20/2012 10:09 EST

ohhh, that sounds like fun... I'll be sure to check that out, thanks

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gilliankirkwood
2/20/2012 22:13 EST

There is one benefit for people 65 or older. Qrp people get a social security card annually. Once you hit 65 you get a "gold" socal security card which allows benefits such as 5 percent off purchases at the grocery shops and discounts on property taxes etc. And numerous other "over 65" benefits. You just gotta know where it is usable.

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gilliankirkwood
2/20/2012 22:13 EST

There is one benefit for people 65 or older. Qrp people get a social security card annually. Once you hit 65 you get a "gold" socal security card which allows benefits such as 5 percent off purchases at the grocery shops and discounts on property taxes etc. And numerous other "over 65" benefits. You just gotta know where it is usable.

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deedeec2007
2/21/2012 12:53 EST

To Danc - the Corozal friendship meetings are the first or 2nd Tues of the Month and the meeting place for the next one is yet to be determined. Contact Wendy at friendshiplisting@yahoo.com for more information. I don't know of any in Orange Walk.
---deedeec2007

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deedeec2007
2/21/2012 12:55 EST

Corozal is great! And since it is so close to the boarder shopping in Chetumal is fun too when you go with a group of people. Less rain and great breeze coming from the bay most of the time. You'll like Corozal - I do when I'm there.---deedeec2007

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deedeec2007
2/21/2012 13:02 EST

We just spent 3 days in Dangriga and nothing is being worked on there. Roads are roughed in but that's it. And they should be there working cause this is dry season there. My friend owns a lot there too and she was checking on the progress of the place and she bought that property 5 years ago. Dee

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Danc
2/21/2012 16:50 EST

What time of the day are the meetings ? I have no problem driving their I will be their for the first and second of April may be I can make it. thanks

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Honeybill
3/5/2012 15:55 EST

Hi My husband and I bought at Orchid Bay its right on the water and they do tours all the time. It will have all the great stuff to be a great retirement community. Horse field, retail area and a beach club with a pool, we love it!!

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SassyPilotsWife
3/21/2012 16:46 EST

Hi DivingYorkMOM and everyone. It has been 2 years since I've watched this forum and part of me backed away from it and started checking out Costa Rica and suffice to say, have learned to steer clear from there. DH and I are finally making the trip to Belize though and while we were gonna cough up the 995 to do the Sanctuary tour, I am curious as to Dreamscapes ? What is the latest ? Last I read 2 years ago it was stagnant ? Has there been promoted growth ? I am familiar with 3rd world country off site real estate purchasing and nothing surprises me but it would be great to hear from those in " the know" and if you guys don't mind. Could I get some help ? If you had to give me 5 people or places to check out, who or where would they be and why ? thanks !

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DIVINGYORKMOM
3/21/2012 18:07 EST

Well hello again, glad to hear you are considering being neighbors again. Dreamscapes had a setback or two due to a couple of storms. but instead of rushing, they learned and re did stuff before going forward. Things are back on track, and building should begin in the next several months. Woohoo. Call and talk with them. Good luck, we are going down in May to check out thngs and get a better feel for the local food and such.

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