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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Destiny, or maybe not

A travel blog entry by wattsy on Mar 31, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

Yesterday the weather had been the cause of our snorkeling trip to the reef being cancelled on two occasions.
The boat operator had agreed to try and take us out again today a couple of hours earlier than trips would normally leave as both Kirsty and I, and an American family would be leaving the island around lunchtime.

We were ready on time, but we hadn't heard back from the property manager responsible for the place we were renting as to whether we ...

A Few More Temples and Some Amazing Caves

A travel blog entry by bear_in_toronto on Nov 27, 2014

59 photos

... he is only 34--he has been doing it since he was 17. Martin is a naturalist and a wealth of information about not only the flora and fauna seen on the way and the history but also the spiritual significance of the caves. One guide can only take a maximum of 8 people and we had 9, thus 2 guides. They were both very good. ...

Happy Halloween

A travel blog entry by steveclark on Oct 31, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... in the sun for a while, it's very weird being in such a tropical climate and everyday I'm wearing the same trousers and long sleeve shirt. So I zipped the legs off into shorts and threw a vest on. It wasn't long before I was joined by the others and we chilled for a bit. For a minute we could have all been on holiday! In the afternoon I had another swim with the manatee babies which as usually is great. The lagoon ...


A travel blog entry by jlandin on Oct 11, 2014

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... breakfast. Marta gave me a Belize cookbook I had admired and it was off to Guatemala with the wonderful Ozaeta family of Mayan Heart World. They were wearing rubber boots because of the rain. People here seem to worry about the temperature change when it rains. I saw a guy the other day in a down vest. It was 77 degrees with the humidity of 99. They fear bronchial illnesses which are hard to combat in this environment. I heard that Fay Madrid had one at 15 and was in a ...

We Have Arrived!

A travel blog entry by belizeblog on Apr 24, 2014

... lot of the houses are up on stilts. Many are delipidated. Garbage was left in piles along streets or in fields. It was a bit of culture shock, to say the least. With that said, there was one cute moment I saw of a son waiting for his dad to get off the bus. He went running to hug him. We also saw another boy learning to ride his bike (it appeared) at a stop along the way. It just goes to show some things are universal. We finally ...