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Arrived in San Ignacio near border with Guatemala. Interesting journey and accommodation
... to set a plan for the next 3 days. Going to leave the sequence of events to Carla and Bill but the adventures will include: zip lining and cave tubing, ATM, a ruin tour, and a visit to town. Walked around the resort grounds and took some photos. There is an organic garden on the property that I enjoyed meandering through and taking pics. Grabbed some lunch and met a nice couple here on their honeymoon from New York, then got a ...
... for the manager. Well the map turned out to be wrong, Danni obviously didn't know how to read a map, anyway, because she kept taking us way off the road onto side streets despite our insistence that it was right on Bullet Tree Road. Then back into town to try ...
... per meal) and then drank some rum on the wooden pier, followed by a bar called Shavam's. This was actually fairly busy with locals. No one got in the mood for dancing so we left at about midnight. We are supposed to be leaving for Caye Caulker on Monday but there is a storm coming to it may be postponed, some others are going tomorrow we can't unfortunately leave all at the same time. Hopefully it will be ok ...
... couple of years, the cave would be destroyed. There is a constant tug of war between the government and organizations that have a vested interest in making the caves more touristic and the guides who want to preserve the natural wonder that ATM is. After about half hour of walking, we got to the cave. Emil told us some history about the cave being discovered in 1989 and opened up to the public in 1998. He also pointed out some areas around the entrance where Mayan ruins had ...