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As much as i didn't mind leaving Caye Caulker in the rain, it wasn't that pleasant arriving in San Ignacio in pouring rain! It was still early in the day and I needed to find something to do. San Ignacio is a town surrounded by many Mayan ruins and one of them is a 15 minutes walk away. My Rough Guide mentioned that when visiting these ruins, there …
We left Caye Caulker this morning back to Belize city on the water taxi. With no plans in mind of where we were going next we arrived at Belize city water taxi bay with loads of guys asking if we wanted taxis. We decided to collect our luggage and then discuss where we wanted to go next. We knew that the next country was going to be Guatemala so …
Breakfast of toast, fruit and coffee is included at the $44AUD per night Hotel Rosa in San Ignacio in Belize, but we had to bolt it down because our tour to Caracol Archaeological Reserve was due to start at 7:30am.
Our tour guide Everald, loaded us into his Dodge van people mover, and made off down the bone jaring,...
6th February 2010
Chez Freemantle, San Ignacio, Cayo, Belize
Oh my goodness, it's been so long since I wrote my blog I don’t know where to start. Firstly, I’m not online (telephone lines and internet connections are expensive in Belize) so I cannot look at my last entry but I’m guessing the last ...
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Very basic, no a/c but was adequate for the night! Early check out which was annoying
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