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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Gumbo Limbo, Gumbo Limba

A travel blog entry by steveclark on Nov 02, 2014

... fun to explore the grounds, we've slowly developed a song to the tune of Bambalayo by the Gypsy kings. In the evening I helped cook dinner as Zoe and Paul were out, I chopped the veg good and fine! We're eating mostly carbs here, eating rice usually twice a day or pasta or something similar, but eating a fair amount of vegetables and not really eating any junk food (which I crave occasionally). No idea if I'm losing or gaining weight but the foods ...


A travel blog entry by cathonaventure on Mar 23, 2014

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... words in Kriol, English being inadequate to express the true intent.

It was a beautiful ride through rolling hills out of Dangriga. It was already hot at 6:40 when we left Ruthie’s Cabanas on the beach, but a tailwind blew us along past orange farms and the air was sweet. People on the road were friendly, wishing us a good journey and voicing their support for cycling. At 24 km, we chanced upon a little restaurant for breakfast called Café Casita de Amor, which had ...


A travel blog entry by chaletaria on Jul 31, 2013

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... br> I had found the epigraphic evidence from Caracol interesting, but it was time to continue. We went around the back to see the Maya water reservoirs, which would have been crucial on this site, as there is no nearby natural water source. The Caracol inhabitants had to rely on rainwater alone- hence their perceived need to appeal to the gods. Right next to it was a perfect example of sexual dimorphism- a huge female spider and two tiny males! We briefly looked over ...

Iguana and Waterfalls

A travel blog entry by chaletaria on Jul 30, 2013

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... for a greeting and then given an orientation walk. A group of very noisy Chachalacas followed us round the gardens. Our luggage was taken to our room, which was out of the French windows, down the path, through the gardens and past the pond and the end cabana on the left. As lovely touches a little personal welcome note was on our bed and flowers arranged all round the room.

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San Ignacio- Conquering El Castillo on Horseback

A travel blog entry by travellerlp on Jun 30, 2013

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... the first century AD.

The rest of our day consisted of a leisurely lunch at a very local establishment, crossing the river on a hand-cranked ferry and watching Jessie gallop. At that time Sir Rowdy and I decided to take a break so he could rip up some foliage by the roots and give me the stink eye.