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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School is for the birds

A travel blog entry by dianeamanda on Nov 11, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

... care about their "babies" and are really excited to work with us which is really nice. At lunch, we learned all about the Grade 3/4 teacher's boyfriend and how things aren't very good and he lives with her and her parents but he was mad at her this week and didn't come back yet and told her parents (because he respects her parents but not her) that he went down south to visit his cousin. Then he came back without his police uniform and with some girl slippers ...

Jon gets corn for his Birthday...Or First Harvest

A travel blog entry by gfbelize on Sep 27, 2015

6 photos

... is better staying dry so that the moisture in the corn will come down. My big fear is that the rains will start making it difficult to harvest. A couple times a week, I am in the field taking samples to test for moisture. The corn will need to be mechanically dried before it gets stored in the grain bins, but the more it can dry in the field, the less it will cost to dry it.

Finally, during the first week of August the moisture is around 18 ...


A travel blog entry by livy_lane on Jul 09, 2015

5 photos

... on all day. Coral snakes are deadly and highly venomous. Baby snakes are actually more dangerous than the adults because when they bite they release all thier venom in one hit. Paul managed to catch the snake and released it over near the bunk house where I sleep.... so that's good.
I had a really great manatee swim today- the best one yet! The boys were really friendly and curious, but not too frantic. I got to see all three of the calves and ...

Tikal or not...

A travel blog entry by tracyhmoran on Apr 07, 2015

... floated down we once again saw Romeo commuting to work across the river in a canoe. The boys played in the river and spent a good 30 mins trying to catch minnows:). We saw our friends the kinkajous - Alfredo and bananey - at dinner again tonight and learned that the screaming sound from the jungle was from an insect called a cicada. We r all so tired again tonight and looking forward to falling asleep to the sounds of the ...

Goodbye 2014, Hello 2015

A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Dec 31, 2014

1 comment, 20 photos

... and head torches we crossed rivers through the jungle and swam into the mouth of the cave. Unfortunately we had the worst tour guide in the history of civilisation and there were numerous tour groups before and after us vying for a moment with the Crystal Maiden so the Indiana Jones feeling was quickly squashed to a Vatican style tourist moment but experiencing the adventure the Mayans made 1000 years ago in hope for rain through tight crevices and flowing water was quite ...