Sunday Aug 24
Beach In France Sets Up No-Selfie Zones Patrolled By 'Spam Police'
In an effort to cut down on selfie-mania -- the phenomenon already fueled by selfie stands and selfie-sponsored vacations -- one beach in France has created official no-selfie zones .
Xunantunich: A tongue-twister, an eye-popper
Xunantunich, a grand Maya ruin in the rolling countryside of western Belize's Cayo District, had its heyday around 600 to 850 A.D. The main structure, El Castillo, is notable for its elegant friezes on three sides.
Pam's House Blend
Saturday Art and Archaeology: Burial Deposits
Many of the finds from ancient cultures are discovered in burial sites. As we discussed in comments last week, there are significant finds associated with the discoveries of tombs and their treasures, and some of the rituals are being understood from writings, but much we can only conjecture about.
The Star Online
The Xunantunich ruins: Echoes of Mayan glory days
Impressive: Xunantunich, a grand Mayan ruin in the rolling countryside of western Belize's Cayo District, had its heyday around 600-850 AD.
San Pedro Sun
Promoting proper sanitation with the SWaMA
On Monday July 21st The Belize Solid Waste Management Authority set up a public information booth at the Central Park.