I was born in Belize City, Belize on Sept. 01, 1975 and raised in the beautiful town of San Ignacio, Cayo; both places in the Central American Country of Belize. Hence the name Cayo Buay, it is Kriol for Boy from Cayo.
Raised by a single mother home with 8 children, I learnt from a tender age that you can’t always have what you want and you always have to work hard for what you get. As a young lad I remember going to my Granddad’s farm to help as we could. CB has been working since Std 6 (8th Grade) to help pay for school. Did not have my first tennis shoe until I was in high school.
I worked in the Architecture and Construction field while I lived in Belize and worked on many projects ranging from residential to Commercial with the most notable being the extension to the PGIA.
I know about hard life and how to make a lot out of a little. But that was then, today I am a happily married man and father of a wonderful son who I am doing my darndest to raise the right way. I’ve worked in Architecture and Construction, owned my own company, did some remodeling and some call center work both as a rep and as a manager and currently work as a System Administrator for an online Financial Company.
Hoping that my blog will be one that you will come back to over and over again.
San Ignacio and sister-town, Santa Elena make up Belize’s second largest urban area. The two towns are separated by the Macal River and Belize’s only suspension bridge, the one-lane Hawksworth Bridge (Built in 1949). Together the towns have a combined population of about 20,000 including: Creole, Mestizo (Spanish-Maya), Lebanese, Chinese, Mennonite, Maya and other cultures.
– duPlooy Travel
- San Ignacio, Belize – San Ignacio, Belize (travelpod.com)
- Discover Mayan ruins and exotic wildlife in San Ignacio (dahnyogataichi.com)
- Belize: Living the righteous life (telegraph.co.uk)
- Kathleen Peddicord: Why You Should Consider Retiring To Belize (huffingtonpost.com)
- A Self-Sufficient Retirement in Cayo, Belize (money.usnews.com)