How did you learn about Seine Bight.Com drove through it while on vacation
i am coming back through in dec and want to bring supplies for the children and the school. things like paper, art supplies, crayons, etc. am still trying to figure out who to contact to find out what things are needed most. also think the government ought to fix the road through town.
How did you learn about Seine Bight.Com I my self is from seine bight i went online to fine out about home to see whats new
I think you guys did a good job on the site, but i would like to see some lates photos.
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I would like to know how Garinagu has Hispanic titles, I am part Garifuna and also wondered about it because I get bombarded about sometimes.
|Princess Nefertiti Palacio|| |
Thanks for the information on this wonderful website. It shows that you dedicated your time and energy into giving knowledge to the uninformed and the want-to-learn-more people. I was able to use this website as a reference for my research paper on Belizeans in Los Angeles and how their cultures manage to stay alive in America.
Thank you again
See you soon.
Titi / University of California Santa Barbara
How did you learn about Seine Bight.Com the people are hospitable
the people makes me feel Irifuguti
How did you learn about Seine Bight.Com The Green Parrot Beach Houses Resort, Placencia
How did you learn about Seine Bight.Com drove through it going to placencia...
All I have to say is that I was there through the election UDP vs. PUP....in placencia village...how do you feel about it up north? All I care about is that people remain happy....If I had a million or 2 dollars...I could still ride your boat...long live the UDP!
How did you learn about Seine Bight.Com Iwas there when I was a little girl
I always love it ever since I was there 1987. I would love to buy a house there one day.
|Carmen Avila- Amaya -Smalls|| |
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This was a great experience I am a garinague woman born and raised in the united states of America, even though I was born and raised here I was raised with a strong cultural belief. I'm grateful for this information because I can teach my children about our culture. Thank you
How did you learn about Seine Bight.Com Looking up the history of the Garifuna for cultural background
I worked at the village as a student nurse, back in 1989 when be were in training for community nursing and midwifery. At that time our Nurse.Helen Rosado was the acting RHN, of the village. I remember the beautiful people that.I Had the privileged to work with,the caretaker as we would call her Aunt.Made.Those days were and will always be memorable to my life.
How did you learn about Seine Bight.Com Visits to Belize and interest in Garifuna culture
How did you learn about Seine Bight.Com always looking what s up there
we had the best time of our life in Seine Bight , because we lived there from 1998 to 2002. We survived Iris. In our dreams we always get back. we had nice neighbours Rice Pallacio and Ramos the teacher, hi Dave- from Supermarket.. I want to thank all who helped us in time of trouble.
I still have big problems with my kidneys thats why Ihave to stay in that Germany. Maybe someone want to visit us here? Feel free to mail. Anyway thanks. Why dont we hear from Bobbie? The drummer who lives on our former property next to hotel Seine Bight? also called Austin?
God bless you all
Charles, Anna, Josefine and Simon Winter
How did you learn about Seine Bight.Com I live there on weekends
It is very encouraging to see this site. How can we all assist the educational,social issues of Seine Bight in a respectful way?
How did you learn about Seine Bight.Com Morgot Vicente
It is a wonderful place to be!!!
How did you learn about Seine Bight.Com Thru the Belize Naturalight Newsletter that I receive in my monthly e-mail...
I miss Placencia VERY MUCH!!! I think about it every day... My husband and I stay in Placencia every year and cannot wait to relocate full-time to your beautiful area... Great website!!! Makes me miss Belize even more... SIGH...
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My only brother died in Seine Bight in 1983 while backpacking and camping after a year as a missionary to Belize. I'm planning to visit there next year to see where it happened.
My grand parents are from Seine Bight. I now live in Georgetown.
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I enjoy reading about the culture. ecpecially about the music which i really enjoy.
How did you learn about Seine Bight.Com I was looking for information 4 a cousin
Hi, I Love your presentation ofyour culture. I'm from Belize C.A. Border with Guatemala and Mexico.
How did you learn about Seine Bight.Com I was searching on google
I am a student and was doing a research for school. I came across your website which I found it very informative.
How did you learn about Seine Bight.Com Oscar told me about it
thanks for the info,Very Educational Take care-
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Belize.....Beautiful. I am!
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Me, myself is from beautiful Seine Bight Village. I grew up in Seine Bight with the Valerio famly. I love my village.
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Mervin Lambey...Amazing. I was reading the section on fishing techniques. This internet is really changing the way we live. Imagine if my great grandmother was around now. She wouldn't believe it just as she didn't believe it when t.v. first got to Belize. Really interesting.
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The site is wonderful. Reading the list of teachers brought back memories, good ones. Seeing my father, Benjamin Ciego named among his peers brought back memories of all the teachers. I remembered many of them growing up. Many are gone, but they are not forgotten. Their contribution to the education of rural Belize must be acknowledged. They brought knowledge and education to places where the conditions were at times difficult, but they preserved to educate in spite of it. In my humble of opinion, the current leadership of Belize owe a debt to those early pioneers because they were willing to endure hardships because they believed in the power of education. After reading the name of many of relatives, I gladly acknowledge my roots - birthplace of great-grandmother.
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Outstanding Job! I am very proud of what you are doing. This web-site will allow me to teach my children and future generation to come about our culture and traditions. I am very happy to say that I am a Garifuna and I want my children to feel the same way. You are awesome!
How did you learn about Seine Bight.Com researching material for project
thank you for sharing and do keep up the good work. african history is important. AFRICANRISE
|Cynthia Rosinda Garcia-Sallis|| |
How did you learn about Seine Bight.Com Found it on Google
My name is Cynthia Garcia-Sallis and my father was born in Dangriga or Stan Creek. His name is Oscar Alan Garcia who live in Los Angeles, California. I was born in Tegucigalpa, Honduras but grew up in the Bannacca Bay Island (Guanaja). I do not speak Garifuna but I am interested in learning all I can of the culture. Growing up in Honduras, people were not always very kind to people of Garifuna descent. Most of the people that I meet from Belize say that I would be classified as Creole. Can someone explain this to me, as to why?
Anyone that would like to communicate with me about this, please contact me. I live in Atlanta, Georgia. I have one son and he was born on 19 November and my father told me of how special that date is to his people. I am happy to learn more about my culture.
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I WAS BORN IN SEINE BIGHT VILLAGE. MY PARENTS ARE STEPHEN AND J0SEPHINE LOPEZ. RELOCATE OT GEORGE TOWN VILLAGE AND THEN TO INDEPENDENCE VILLAGE. I CAME TO UNITED STATES YEAR OF 1982, RESIDE IN NEW YORK, LOS ANGELES, CHICAGO AND NOW IN SOUTH FLORIDA, FORT LAUDERDALE. I HAVE MADE SEVERAL TRIPS TO MY VILLAGE AND I HAVE TO SAY I'M PROUD TO SAY THAT IMPROVEMENTS HAVE BEEN MADE. THANKS TO ALL WHO GOT INVOLVED AND MORE WORK NEED TO BE DONE. I PLANNED TO ONE DAY COME BACK TO MY ROOTS AND DO MY PART OF CONTRIBUTION. THANKS TO BENJY AS I KNOW HIM AND HIS SEINE BIGHT.COM STAFF AND FAMILY.
How did you learn about Seine Bight.Com Through my son who is half Garifuna
I enjoyed reading Mr. Palacio's essays on the different topics (my son Carlos translated all of them for me). We are planning a trip to Belize and I was only familiar with Dangriga and Punta Gorda now we have another MUST stop whenever we make the trip. Thank you for educating us non-garifunas and showing us another beautiful place in Belize.