Iguana Creek Resort

Address: Mile 56 1-2 Western Hwy, Cayo, Belize | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Mile 56 1-2 Western Hwy, Cayo.
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San Ignacio to Tikal

A travel blog entry by guykb on Dec 19, 2014

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... well that's what it felt like). Jess decided to give her knee a break and Maggie kept her company so just Georgie and I made the trek to the top. We sat with about 50 other tourists at the top of the temple and watched the daylight fade. One of the guides asked everyone to be quiet to just enjoy the experience in peace and everyone respected that. It was great. It was twilight as we made our way back down and met up ...

New Roomates

A travel blog entry by steveclark on Nov 03, 2014

... t keep all my stuff laid out of the top bunk anymore! However we have a new roommate called John, older British guy who lives in Spain but works in Gibraltar. Seems pretty cool! Our second new roommate turned out to be a snake in the rafters of the thatched roof, doesn't seem to be a problem though! In the eventing we had dinner and started the Harry Potter marathon with the Philosophers stone. ...


A travel blog entry by jlandin on Oct 11, 2014

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... job to check in with Principals once in awhile. It was great that we all spoke the same language of teachers. It seems to be a universal language. We visited the pre-school classroom together. Such sweetness all together in one room. A little girl named Alexis was most welcoming. I told her my Grand daughter's middle name was Alexis. Next we went to visit the garden project that the children have been working on. My hosts were quite frank with me that it hasn't gone so ...

A change of scenery in Belize

A travel blog entry by heinzdora on May 11, 2014

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... Tunichil Muknal is a cave that was a sacred place for the Mayan people. They are thought to have to these caves in 750 AD. The Mayans believed it is a place where their gods resided. In times of drought they would bring their gods offerings whether it be vases of grain or human sacrifices. We saw clear evidence in this in the second half of our walk in the cave where we saw these ancient artifacts laid out.

The actual cave walk was pretty cool. We begin we ...


A travel blog entry by cathonaventure on Mar 23, 2014

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... ll see you to Panama,” the gregarious owner said, after he charged me $18 BZ ($9 USD) for it. He was a well travelled man who had studied on scholarship in Montreal, and he had fond memories of his student days and was excited to talk about Cuba, so we had a nice Sunday afternoon chat.

Then we zoomed off to San Ignacio, my wheels now both whining on the pavement (yesterday, Dan thought a truck was coming up behind him but it was just me with my aggressive tires). In ...