Belizean architectureIn a country too often ravaged by the hurricanes and the floods, it's not surprising to see that the houses are often built on stilts. In many cases, all what is on ground level is a little storing space and a staircase to access the upper level. Often, the vacant space underneath the house is used as a shaded porch and is equipped with chairs, sofa, etc. The architecture remains the same... even in cases where it wouldn't be really needed (like for this house on top a hill).
HoboSylvain, 2014-04-11 18:33:10