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Thankfully; you have nothing to fear as your guide takes you meandering through the dark reaches and eventually back out. Entering and later re-emerging from a cave formation can sometimes feel like being reborn into the light, no longer a creature of the dark like the bats, crabs and other nocturnal creatures who sleep there by day.
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CaveTubing is one of the most unique and exciting adventures offered in Belize, and for those who have never experienced it, now is the time to try it out! Explore Belize Caves makes your cave tubing experience one to remember, taking you through two large caves, trekking through the Mayan Jungle, and offering fantastic one-on-one interaction with your knowledgeable tour guide.
Hey Placencia! 1st of all. My name got mentioned so many times with the incident regarding Christian Gigi Gusenbauer. I want to make it clear. I was absolutely not alone in this effort. The entire Placencia stepped up and together we rallied all the available forces.The Police force were incredibly responsive and acted fast right up to the commissioner of police. Superintendent Ramclam. Inspector Shal. Detective Fermin. The Belize Coast Guard was unable to help at the time because of the terrible weather conditions and timing but they were responsive and helpful and played a huge part in making this happen. Today they stepped up and brought the boat that was found to Placencia for safe keeping. Officer Lawrence and crew went to hell and back through the rough sea to get the boat here.
Expansion of the AM or FM radio bands is Unlikely. The FM band is constrained from expanding above 107.9 MHz by the presence of aeronautical operations on 108 MHz to 136 MHz, and is also prevented from expanding below 88.1 MHz by Channel 6 television operations on 82.0 through 88.0 MHz. The AM band was expanded from 1600 to 1700 kHz in the 1990s after years of international negotiations. However, those frequencies are reserved for existing stations that were causing significant interference in the lower part of the band.
FCC Application Forms. FCC application forms may be used to help prepare data for an application, but please be advised that forms MUST be electronically filed. The presence of a "paper" or PDF form does not override the requirement for electronic filing. Broadcast application forms available for electronic filing can be retrieved through the Media Bureau Electronic Filing page.
FCC Rules. FCC rules pertaining to radio and television broadcast stations are contained in Parts 73 and 74 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). The CFR is available through the Government Printing Office both online and in book form. For your convenience, here is a link to the Part 73 radio broadcast station rules. These rule lists are updated once a year, after the Code of Federal Regulations website is updated to reflect rule changes from the previous year.
Mutually Exclusive Noncommercial Educational Applications. Noncommercial educational station conflicts with other timely filed noncommercial educational applicants (i.e., where interference would be created between stations if all applications were to be granted) will be resolved through a point system. The point system is described in the Report and Order in MM Docket 95-31, FCC 00-120 (2000) [ PDF Word ]. See also the Memorandum Opinion and Order, MM Docket 95-31, FCC 01-64 (2001) [ PDF Word ], and see also Sections 73.7000 through 73.7005 of the FCC's rules.
FM commercial stations may be authorized on 92.1 MHz to 107.9 MHz, corresponding to Channels 221 through 300. Noncommercial educational FM stations may also be authorized in this band but these applications must meet the spacing, 70 dBu city coverage and other technical criteria applicable to commercial stations.
FM noncommercial commercial (NCE) stations may be authorized on 88.1 MHz to 91.9 MHz, corresponding to Channels 201 through 220 (sometimes referred to as the "reserved band"). No commercial operation is permitted on these frequencies. FM noncommercial educational stations may also be authorized in the commercial FM band under the technical rules applying to that service (see the preceding section). Contour protection is used in the reserved band to determine if interference will exist to other stations (see 47 CFR Section 73.509).
Rules. FM noncommercial educational station rules include 47 CFR 73.501 through 73.599, and 73.1001 through 73.4280. A number of rules also refer to sections in the commercial FM rules (47 CFR 73.201 to 73.333). For FM NCE stations on Channels 201 through 220, no allotment will be established. Allocation is made via an on-demand system, with applicants receiving construction permits for facilities that will not cause interference to other stations. Interference calculations are made using specified signal strength contours. The protected service contour of a station (think of a rough circle at some distance from the transmitter site) for one station generally cannot overlap an interfering contour from another station. See rule section 47 CFR Section 73.509. Applicants must also protect pending applications that were filed before the announcement of the application filing window. Future filing window announcements will be made via Public Notice and posted at several locations on the Commission's website.
The edge of a sand floor is beveled upwards to create a sand cove at the point where the wall intersects the floor. This is necessary to cover the often rusty and rough lower few inches of steel pool walls. As an option to a sand cove, Foam Cove installs around the edge of the pool in minutes for a uniform pool cove, and better liner protection than sand can provide.
As an option to extensive pool floor repair, Liner Pad installs on the floor of the pool. These are ordered to fit the size of your pool, and spread out in place before the liner is installed. Liner Pad or Liner Guard is only about 1/8" thick however, so it won't hide deep floor divots, but smooths rough floors and can prevent small pebbles or nutgrass from damaging the liner. It also gives the floor a softer feel, and can help prevent divots on sand pool bottoms.
This step could be considered optional, but can be very helpful in preventing wrinkles in your new liner. A heavy duty wet/dry vac or a Cyclone Liner Vac, can be used to suck out the air between the liner and the walls, to pull the liner tight, revealing any potential wrinkles. Use duct tape and cardboard on the outside of the pool to seal up the wall returns, and then set-up the wet/dry vac on a table or chair next to the pool skimmer. Snake the vacuum hose into the skimmer top, and out through the skimmer front opening, running about halfway down the pool wall. Use lots of duct tape around the top of the skimmer, to prevent air from leaking around the hose.
Belize city is dangerous and you shoukdnt try and shame people into saying different. There are many dangerous cities belize city is one of them. It is iresponsible. What if i came on here and told u thst Detroit michigan was safe. I would be setting u up to get robbed or killed.
Guatamala wife and I parked rental jeep at border as not allowed and then walked along road after driving from tokal ruins. we saw people like a bus stop waiting and asked if a bus stop? they said pedro is coming to town and always gives rides. We hopped into a flat bed truck with engine hoist and went to first town. we had a ball passing a mayan pyramid with sun setting behind it and so wish i had a camera with a sun burst behind it high up from road and told to look by locals or would have missed it. sing song creole english wa s fun and the upgrade in living apparent on crossing the border. We have done many third world countries and would never walk the streets of a american ghetto / black city like detroit or south central LA. Soo funny when airheads with no expierience do stupid stuff and then say ohh a dangerous country. kept wallet in front pocket, carry some cash like what you can lose and enjoy and use cards at hotels and shooping if possible or eating in modern restaurants. Loved guatamala and belize and drove jungle to and from belize. casual drive in and a high speed none stop drive back in night because you do not want be easy target at night and do not recommend night jungle rides lol. It is a very fun country as long as you treat it like detroit or los angeles hehee. The villages were welcoming and friendly. Had a cold coke in the bottle from a jungle store and we always carried a bottle under our seats to trade lol. Natural beauty is amazing. I have now had a great 17 years in south pacific on cebu and island trips around cebu. retired to philippines as it is very close copy but like mexico with english lol.Once you have been to a third world country and learned to use common sense to avoid losing unwatched stuff or pick pockets you will love it and want to see more. I just did 6 months in las vegas 3 minutes from where 500 people were shot to death. we were never out at night and in fear of any outdoor gathering after that and could not wait to return to south pacific. My son has been raised in california and philippines cebu and even offered a room with relatives and job, he could not wait to return to cebu city where people were walking streets at night and enjoying the night life Not Manila!! .Americans have a great place to earn, third world countries far better to retire or bug out for weeks or months and spend it lol. Americans are very sheltered and most do not have any idea how to act outside the SLAVE prison called america. BREAK OUT AND WAKE UP!!
i go to belize 2 or 3 times for the year i love it i do not recomend belize city to new strangers but belize is a paradise on earth to enjoy. belize has beatiful districts ful l of flowers happy people genuine forest animals lakes rivers sea beaches and beautiful cayes all fun you can have at the beaches
belize is like any other ciy voilence and crime are innevitable our population is small and the violence is not as bad to the size also people hissing after u is something i believe they do all over the world maybe where u come from thier comments alittle more ruff all in all u came with a negative effect of the place anywhere u go u should never walk in dark allies or strange areas late at night so the things u dodge in my beautiful country would be the same in urs, 2 most killings are gang related barely any tourist gets harased yes u will be hussled because u seem to be an easy dollar. its not as bad as yall make it to be in chetumal they dress as police and rob and kidnap, nicaragua and guatemala are a lot more dangerouse than belize. a lot of guatemalan are now coming across the boarder and cause ing havoc in our country and causing a bad name for belize when belizean(creole,garifuna,mestizo,) are actually very nuce and genuine person its these gangsters from america that are influencing a great culture.drugs money women thats the cycle now adopted by our country thanx to foriegn influence