Prissy'S Place Guesthouse & Restaurant

San Ignacio Town, San Ignacio, Cayo, Belize | Hotel
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This hotel, located on San Ignacio Town, San Ignacio, is near Xunantunich.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPrissy'S Place Guesthouse & Restaurant San Ignacio

Reviewed by ajennings

Great Place - a little noisy

Reviewed Jan 3, 2012
by (2 reviews) St John's, Newfoundland , Canada Flag of Canada

Stayed only 1 night. Lady that showed us in was super helpful, rooms were clean, good price, and bathroom had hot water. No Wifi but there are several internet cafes as well many restaurants have wifi. A little noisy as it is on a main road

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TripAdvisor Reviews Prissy'S Place Guesthouse & Restaurant San Ignacio

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Travel Blogs from San Ignacio

♬ Ah ha, hush that fuss...

A travel blog entry by justamanda on Mar 25, 2014

3 comments, 10 photos

... so Marie and I went up to the second highest level where the Standard 1's and 2's (Grades 2 & 3) are. One of the teachers was away today, so there was a classroom with 30+ kids in it and no teacher. We decided that would probably be a good place to stop, so we "subbed" in there for a little while... expecting a teacher to show up. About an hour later, I went next door to ask the neighbour teacher if she knew when the teacher would be coming because we had ...

Green Lizards and Rum Punches

A travel blog entry by oski on Mar 21, 2014

17 photos

... could see all the animals she had read about. I thought it was a great opportunity for her to read about and research the history and biology of a place, then get to go and see it in person. What a great way to learn. I would love to be the kind of parent that helped learning come alive for my kids like that.

After we had washed our hands and were sufficiently sweaty from our time in the jungle we all felt that it would be a good time to jump in the pool ...

Mayan ruins & Micheladas: the heart of San Ignacio

A travel blog entry by lrhalladay on Jan 01, 2014

8 photos

... stout is pretty tasty too. (And the foreign extra Guiness was a pleasant surprise, compared to our lighter American version). But... I can't say enough about the Micheladas! We were directed to one of the bars by our hotel's owner, in order to try the Micheladas, which really are a concoction of spices, spicy sauces, possibly some tomato-based juice, lime, and beer. Similar to a bloody mary (beer instead of vodka), but much zestier ...

Christmas Eve!

A travel blog entry by allieadventures on Dec 24, 2013

2 comments, 21 photos

... is still scratched up from their nails. From there we walked up hill around 10 minutes passing two speed bumps and a soccer field, turned left and headed uphill to Cahal Pech Archaeological Reserve. For $5 Belize or $2.50 USD we saw another smaller Mayan site. Of course after we bought tickets to enter the site it started to downpour rain. We looked around their museum until it stopped. We were able to climb around the ruins freely and see particularly covered ruins ...


A travel blog entry by allieadventures on Dec 22, 2013

7 comments, 3 photos

... point of our journey we were not permitted to walk with shoes because it is too abrasive on the cave stones. We had to stay in strict areas so that we did not step on any artifacts including pottery that was over 1400 years old. The highlight of the tour was seeing the remains of a 18 year old male human sacrifice fully intact. The mayans left his body in a specific way. Over time calcium and water cemented the remains into the ground. Unfortunately, we were not able to bring a ...

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