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Travel Blogs from San Ignacio
... In 2006 the hotel set up a Conservation project for the green iguana.
The Iguanas are found in the wild around the area and are hunted for their eggs...considered a delicacy and their meat.
aim of the project is to reeducate the local children about these
animals in order to hopefully prevent them growing up hunters like their
parents and grandparents.
It was just the two of us on
the tour and our guide was fantastic. He thought us all ...
... the friendliness.
An obvious tourist hotspot, but I didn't realise it was such a popular place for English tourists! The island was full of them, it was really surreal. So much so that an American couple I met asked me why there are so many Brits here and if it was a really popular destination? News to me!
... 8216;Welcome to my beautiful country, enjoy the rest of your day and make love and lots of babies’! We arrived in San Ignacio just before 11am and walked the short distance to our accommodation, Hi Et where we had reserved a room with a shared bathroom for $25 Bz, bargain. San Ignacio is a strange town and I still haven’t made up my mind whether I like it or not. The smell coming from the river behind the market isn’t helping it.
... the current was really strong but it was still stunning just to be that close!
We swam back and as we were drying off another couple showed up and shortly after that, the couple we chatted with at dinner last night! They all swam and as the first couple returned and were drying off, we discovered they were from none other than PORTSMOUTH, NH!!! How weird is that??? So, there we were, an hour down a ridiculous dirt road, down ...
... so was going to hand me off to the guy known as the cave man. So we roared into town where I met up with my new tour an off we went.
Carlos turned out to be an exceptional guide and I was welcomed onto the tour as if I had always been coming. There were six of us on the tour and we first headed to the market in San Ignacio to experience a typical Belician market (same as all the other food markets i had been to, but i was starving so it ...