Moon Belize

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Avalon Travel Publishing, Nov 2, 2010 - Travel
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Writer and past Belize resident Joshua Berman knows the best ways to experience Belize—from hiking the waterfall at Lubaantun to riding horseback to El Pilar. Complete with details on visiting Monkey River, bird watching in the wetlands, and reserving a barstool at the Lazy Lizard at sunset, Berman offers a range of exciting activities for every traveler—with unique trip ideas like Surf and Turf and Diving in Belize. Packed with information on dining, transportation, and accommodations,Moon Belizegives travelers the tools they need to create a more personal and memorable experience.

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About the author (2010)

Joshua Berman has been traveling, trip-leading, living, and teaching throughout Central America since 1998. A decade later, he is still amazed by Belize’s utter uniqueness in the region—and in the world. “I’ve never seen any country like Belize,” he says, so “culturally and geographically diverse in such a tiny piece of land and sea.”

Joshua was born in West Virginia and attended Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. He has worked for Outward Bound, the U.S. Forest Service, the U.S. Peace Corps, and the American Jewish World Service Volunteer Corps. In 2003, he crisscrossed the western United States as a firefighter with the National Park Service. More recently, Joshua traveled to 16 countries in 16 months with his new wife, Sutay (he’s currently writing a narrative book about the experience).

Joshua works as a writer, editor, and Spanish teacher, dividing his time between Central America and the Rocky Mountains. In addition toMoon Belize,Joshua coauthored bothMoon NicaraguaandMoon Living Abroad in Nicaraguawith Randall Wood. His articles have appeared inNational Geographic Traveler, Yoga Journal, Outside Traveler, The Boston Globe, Worldview,andMountain Gazette.Joshua’s blog, “The Tranquilo Traveler,” can be found at www.joshuaberman.net.

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