“The first supermarket supposedly appeared on the American landscape in 1946. That is not very long ago. Until then, where was all the food?
The best escape from
a chaotic world. The craziness we see unfolding everyday when we turn on the TV is causing anxiety to me and so many others.
Shipping lines clogged, supply lines broken, food prices skyrocketing, the very process of our elections called into question. We even have protests on the streets.
Santa Familia lies at the confluence of the two major rivers in Cayo, where the Rivers Mopan and Macal join to become the mighty Belize River.
The beautiful Belize River is the lifeblood of the entire region.
We are freedom loving and self-reliant. We cherish our homes and gardens, enjoy hobbies and pastimes, engage in occupations and avocations, and appreciate our rest and relaxation. We greet each other during our morning and evening walks, entertain and unwind on our porches, gather in the community gardens and at the river, and are ready to help when someone needs a hand.
pon arrival in Belize, the incredibly friendly people helped us through each line, directing us to the appropriate places. We handed over our negative test results (holding our breath). “Move along,” we were told. No one even asked to see the health app QR code!
Building a community and building homes is first and foremost about the people. Chris clearly understands and has a construction crew that is arguably the best in all of Belize. His Foreman, Gerson, has been involved in every building in Carmelita Gardens and always takes great pride in the workmanship and timeliness of his crew. The crew has been together for many years; in fact, they are mostly family and friends who work beautifully together. They have built most of the houses in Carmelita Gardens, so their experience is second to none.