Ancient cannons stand guard over a Caribbean island.
Chances are you’ve seen the oft-played TV commercial about gorgeous places to settle down in Belize on the Caribbean coast of Central America. In the ad, we learn about the laid-back style of living there on idyllic, palm-dotted islands and along the mainland’s sugary white beaches – but for some reason, all to a rather dreary mood set by elevator music.
Actually, visitors to Belize (formerly British Honduras) will hear several peppy brands of homegrown music.
One is called “brukdown,” said to mean something like “broken down calypso.” Whatever it means, you can’t help shaking read more >>>
Source : HuffingtonPost.Com