About

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 is a town in western Belize that serves as the capital of Cayo District. It got its start from Mahogany and chicle production during British rule. It began to attract different people from the surrounding areas, which led to the diverse make up of the town at present day.[-Wikipedia]
San Ignacio is a town in western Belize that serves as the capital of Cayo District. It got its start from Mahogany and chicle production during British rule. It began to attract different people from the surrounding areas, which led to the diverse make up of the town at present day.
[-Wikipedia]

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.
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