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Jovita .F 
08/11/08

How did you learn about this Seine Bight Website? I was just curious in finding information on the net about Garifuna ritual.

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I found more than what I was curious about .It is fully loaded with information on the Garinagu for students  and those with curious minds.Glad to be your niece.


"jija" 
07/24/08

How did you learn about this Seine Bight Website? "my home"

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"yeh? d; most best village; in d world?


Vincent 
07/19/08

How did you learn about this Seine Bight Website? I learn about Seine Bight.com by surfing the web, and it is very interesting .

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  I THINK EVERY YOUNG PERSON FROM SEINE BIGHT SHOULD KNOW ABOUT SEINE BIGHT.COM


Paul R. Kula II 
07/16/08

How did you learn about this Seine Bight Website? internet and link from Placencia

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Very interesting culture and God Bless you all.


ashley 
07/15/08

How did you learn about this Seine Bight Website? that because i am from honduras

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     I AM FROM HONDURAS IN I AM A GARIFUNA
     AND I ENJOY BEING GARIFUNA.


Basil Flores 
07/14/08

How did you learn about this Seine Bight Website? surfing the web looking for info on Garifuna culture.

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This is a very good site, keep up the good work.  Thanks for taking the time to put this wedsite together.  
I was born in Stann Creek but grew up in California.   I now live in Virgina.  I'm on a journey to learn as much as I can about my culture.


Giovanni 
07/07/08

How did you learn about this Seine Bight Website? through the google i type garifuna

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well iam half garifuna and white spanish from guatemala now living in toronto canada iam a envagelist and i got here because i did not know nothing about the culture of my father and iam looking for him he is from honduras choluteca and i wanna know more about my roots because right now i ask my self who ami?i was raised in mexico and in mexico there is not black people  and people use to tease me alot and called me names because of my skin see i dont have my dad's hair and because my momo is white  my skin is little lighter but iside of me i feel something when i hear the african drums start playing and i feel veruy atractive to black people at the begining i did not know why but now i know because trough my vains garifuna blood is filling every molecule of my being my dada name is jorge alberto caballeros pineda and he has six finger in each hand


Jim kelly 
06/29/08

How did you learn about this Seine Bight Website? Web Search

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I am a past man of All Hallows in Dublin Ireland. I was there at the same time as Fr. Lazarus Augustine, though I left before ordination. I had the opportunity to get to know him a bit then. He stayed with me and my family for the Christmas of 1980 and we still talk about him, though we haven't seen him since he finished his studies here. I only just found out about his passing the other day when I saw the most recent issue of the All Hallows College Newsletter, and I couldn't believe that it happened nearly 3 years ago. I just wanted to acknowledge his life and to pass on my sympathies and prayers to all those who knew him.

Thanks,
Jim Kelly,
Maynooth,
Ireland.


Heidi 
06/22/08

How did you learn about this Seine Bight Website? Surfing the web - and, of course, through your site!

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We are coming next week and I am so looking forward to the visit.  Thanks for such an informative site.  Beautiful cutlure, beautiful people!


Orvin Palacio 
06/12/08

How did you learn about this Seine Bight Website? just looking for info on my cousin Keisha Palacio

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interesting info, i hav only been to seine Bight one time


Robert Bernard Mejia 
05/20/08

How did you learn about this Seine Bight Website? I was born there

Comments:

I appreciate All the Excellent work You all doing. I'll return home soon


Harolyn Ortiz 
05/15/08

How did you learn about this Seine Bight Website? Searching for Honduran Consulado

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The information provided in very informative and gave me a better understanding of the Garifuna history. What I would like to see is photos of the people from the beginning, the people of the island(s) that they escaped to, and the present day. I'm really interested in the mixture of races of the Garifuna.


Derrol saxon 
05/11/08

How did you learn about this Seine Bight Website? looking my country history

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 From the country Hairoun the land of the Blessed , today  its called  (ST.Vincent And The GRENADINES)  peace and love


Margaret Larsen 
05/06/08

How did you learn about this Seine Bight Website? drove through it while on vacation

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i am coming back through in dec and want to bring supplies for the children and the school.  things like paper, art supplies, crayons, etc.  am still trying to figure out who to contact to find out what things are needed most.   also think the government ought to fix the road through town.

margaret larsen


Claudine Salter 
05/03/08

How did you learn about this Seine Bight Website? I my self is from seine bight i went online to fine out about home to see whats new

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I think you guys did a good job on the site, but i would like to see some lates photos.


Charlett 
03/05/08

How did you learn about this Seine Bight Website? from Stonewall

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I would like to know how Garinagu has Hispanic titles, I am part Garifuna and also wondered about it because I get bombarded about sometimes.


Princess Nefertiti Palacio 
03/03/08

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Hi Daddy,

Thanks for the information on this wonderful website. It shows that you dedicated your time and energy into giving knowledge to the uninformed and the want-to-learn-more people. I was able to use this website as a reference for my research paper on Belizeans in Los Angeles and how their cultures manage to stay alive in America.

 

Thank you again

See you soon.

Titi / University of California Santa Barbara 


Marelli Rodriguez 
02/27/08

How did you learn about this Seine Bight Website? the people are hospitable

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the people makes me feel Irifuguti


Linda 
02/23/08

How did you learn about this Seine Bight Website? The Green Parrot Beach Houses Resort, Placencia

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rachel 
02/15/08

How did you learn about this Seine Bight Website? drove through it going to placencia...

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All I have to say is that I was there through the election UDP vs. PUP....in placencia village...how do you feel about it up north?  All I care about is that people remain happy....If I had a million or 2 dollars...I could still ride your boat...long live the UDP!


Aurora 
02/10/08

How did you learn about this Seine Bight Website? Iwas there when I was a little girl

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I always love it ever since I was there 1987. I would love to buy a house there one day.


Carmen Avila- Amaya -Smalls 
02/07/08

How did you learn about this Seine Bight Website? surfing the web

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This was a great experience I am a garinague woman born and raised in the united states of America, even though I was born and raised here I was raised with a strong cultural belief. I'm grateful for this information because I can teach my children about our culture. Thank you


Jacob 
02/06/08

How did you learn about this Seine Bight Website? Looking up the history of the Garifuna for cultural background

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I worked at the village as a student nurse, back in 1989 when be were in training for community nursing and midwifery. At that time our Nurse.Helen Rosado was the acting RHN, of the village. I remember the beautiful people that.I Had the privileged to work with,the caretaker as we would call her Aunt.Made.Those days were and will always be memorable to my life.


Ken Paff 
01/26/08

How did you learn about this Seine Bight Website? Visits to Belize and interest in Garifuna culture

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Great website!


Charles Winter 
01/14/08

How did you learn about this Seine Bight Website? always looking what s up there

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we had the best time of our life in Seine Bight , because we lived there from 1998 to 2002. We survived Iris. In our dreams we always get back. we had nice neighbours Rice Pallacio and Ramos the teacher, hi Dave- from Supermarket.. I want to thank all who helped us in time of trouble.
I still have big problems with my kidneys thats why Ihave to stay in that Germany. Maybe someone want to visit us here? Feel free to mail. Anyway thanks. Why dont we hear from Bobbie? The drummer who lives on our former property next to hotel Seine Bight? also called Austin?
God bless you all
Charles, Anna, Josefine and Simon Winter


Lita Krohn 
01/08/08

How did you learn about this Seine Bight Website? I live there on weekends

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It is very encouraging to see this site. How can we all assist the educational,social issues of Seine Bight in a respectful way?


Christina Martinez 
11/27/07

How did you learn about this Seine Bight Website? Morgot Vicente

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It is a wonderful place to be!!!


Cheryl Hanks 
11/27/07

How did you learn about this Seine Bight Website? Thru the Belize Naturalight Newsletter that I receive in my monthly e-mail...

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I miss Placencia VERY MUCH!!!   I think about it every day... My husband and I stay in Placencia every year and cannot wait to relocate full-time to your beautiful area... Great website!!! Makes me miss Belize even more... SIGH...


Philip 
11/15/07

How did you learn about this Seine Bight Website? search engine

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My only brother died in Seine Bight in 1983 while backpacking and camping after a year as a missionary to Belize. I'm planning to visit there next year to see where it happened.


Arlene Jill 
11/12/07

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 My grand parents are from Seine Bight. I now live in Georgetown.
Wagieguwameme
Ayo
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According to MasterFisherman Balbino Palacio, - Seine Bight village was ideal for fishing but the peninsula was not so ideal for farming hence they found it neccesary to cross the lagoon west to the main land for more fertile farming land. They farmed near-by and went as far inland to where it is now George Town (then called Wahaleaf / California).