Mr. Hector Silva, a local Belizean historian, gives us a brief overview of his contribution to Belize's development and some of the reasons why Belize is still a largely undiscovered territory. He was one of the first ministers of government, serving as the minister of public works, public utilities, and communication. He was responsible for bringing essential utilities and infrastructure throughout the country as Belize developed through self-government and then as an independent nation. Don Hector, as he is affectionately known, tells us about the seven wonders of Central America and why the town of Corozal in northern Belize is an important mecca for the modern Mestizo race. Tune in to hear don Hector tell some of the untold history of Belize.
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