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Lonely Planet Publications, Sep 15, 2010 - Travel
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Lonely Planet Belize
Spy on the rare red-footed booby before diving into the Blue Hole
Buzz across treetops on a zip-line at Jaguar Paw Jungle Resort
Hear howler monkeys stake their territory as dawn breaks in the Spanish Creek Wildlife Sanctuary
Take a riverboat through the jungle to the magnificent Maya ruins of Lamanai
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Two authors, 60 days of in-country research, 50 more pages of coverage and reviews
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About the author (2010)

Reared in the dreadlock-heavy island of Staten (New York City), Joshua Samuel Brown has long been interested in the cultures of both Central America and the Caribbean. A series of strange events brought him first to Taiwan, then to Hong Kong and China before blowing his sails to Belize. There he spent three months living on an organic farm surrounded by Maya villages and ruins, the base from which he explored the country's length and breadth. A prolific traveler and writer, his features have appeared in an eclectic variety of publications around the globe. Belize is his second book for Lonely Planet. Read more of his work at and

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