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I remember that during that time I aspired to work for the British Honduras Government. To qualify I had to graduate from St. But listen to what money could buy in those days: Virginia Nunez you could buy "chiwas" stone bass for 12 cents a dozen and Mr. Mix, related to Mr. Nunez, would cut your hair for 3 cents and give you a big coconut candy to boot for not crying during the ordeal, and a raspado shaved ice with syrup cost 1 cent, one cent for a big snapper, one cent for a large butter avocado. The great depression was going on; but Ambergris Caye prospered and the people loved one another. No drugs existed on the Island. I remember because I lived it. Then came the second world war and a few of us went off to war.
No one that I know of in San Pedro went off to war except George, Wallace, James and Richard Parham but, thanks to the good Lord, not one of them lost their lives to war, even though two of them shed blood for British Honduras. Be that as it may. After the war we, the Parhams, kept in touch with our British Honduras, even though we were abroad going to school and working to support families and acquiring what little money we could save with a view to returning home to Ambergris Caye or, better said, to our native British Honduras. But while we the Parhams were away, we visited British Honduras from time to time and we became aware of a tragedy taking place on Ambergris Caye.
This tragedy was the sale of ancestral properties by Sanpedranos to foreigners. By the beginning of the s every land owner had sold their properties except for the Parhams, Blakes and Alamillas and a few others like Mr. And if the tax rate is not corrected very soon, the balance of us will be forced to sell our ancestral properties. Today the Sanpedrano is crowded in an area of Ambergris Caye about the size of the original village of San Pedro in the late century. We have only ourselves to blame. It is not wrong to sell one's property. It is a privilege and if by selling one's property one can better one's living condition, so be it.
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So don't be surprised when you see one of these new land owners on the Town Board. Paddle out along the banks of the lagoon with a local fisherman and settle into a quiet cove to land Big Mouth Bass and other local species. Favorite trips range from trails pointing out local medicinal plants to night walks in the surrounding jungle. Aside from the countless endemic bird species flying through the forest canopy, expect to encounter howler and spider monkeys, lizards, squirrels, agouti, peccary, brocket deer, and, if you're lucky, the elusive jaguar. The ruins of Lamanai encompass over structures, a visitor's center and museum. The Lamanai tour may be done entirely by road, or in conjunction with a spectacular one hour boat ride down the New River from Orange Walk to the site.
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