Renown writer Robert Kiyosaki visits San Pedro
Thursday, April 12th, 2012
On Tuesday, April 3, renowned investors, authors, and entrepreneurs, Robert and Kim Kiyosaki visited Ambergris Caye, Belize as part of a global real estate investor’s summit to explore real estate investment opportunities in Belize. The Summit took place on a Caribbean cruise, with 220 attendees of the real estate investment conference. John Turley, Broker/Owner of RE/MAX Island Real Estate was a participant of the cruise and part of the investor summit, and helped to organize and host the visit of 120 of the real estate investors from more than 14 different countries, during their Belize shore excursion to Ambergris Caye to look at investment opportunities.
Robert and Kim Kiyosaki were the keynote speakers at the Summit, and this was their first visit to the country of Belize. During their visit, they enjoyed a private tour of Lamanai, a flight over Turneffe Islands and the Blue Hole, private snorkel charter to Hol Chan Marine Reserve and Shark Ray Alley, followed by lunch at Victoria House and a private tour of South Ambergris Caye Subdivision. In the words of Mr. Kiyosaki, “I grew up in Hawaii and have always had a love for the islands…but I never knew that such a place as this still existed.” When asked to sum up their impressions of Ambergris Caye, Mr. and Mrs Kiyosaki said iw was simply spectacular and they look forward to their next visit in 2013.
Robert Kiyosaki has written over 15 books with sales of over 26 million copies and in the #1 best-selling author of personal finance books, and three of his books, Rich Dad Poor Dad, Rich Dad’s CASHFLOW Quadrant, and Rich Dad’s Guide to Investing, have reached #1 one on the top 10 best-seller lists simultaneously on The Wall Street Journal, USA Today and the New York Times.
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