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... the guides instructions “Stay low, stay low” managed to rip holes in their trousers, which gradually grew throughout our time to expose their entire bum. Nice. Haha, such a funny 6 hours underground with Felicity shouting “Help, I’m stuck” and just general antics.
Something that did freak me out a little bit was that I was talking to one of ...
... The only bad thing about this place was that it was so hot - 38degrees - in the day and it cooled down a little at night time.
The heat was so intense, we decided to go the river for a dip. We had to walk for a mile to get there, which was a struggle in the heat, but on the way we must've seen at least fifteen large iguanas. The river cooled us down, but ...
... apparently). Ahhh, I wear my bruises with honour. Our guide was nothing short of awesome, sharing information on the jungle and it's many medicinal secrets. It's amazing to think that a sophisticated Mayan society lived here, with the jungle finally claiming back the land they worked.
With my face painted with ocre mud, being the virgin chosen for sacrifice we trekked on arriving at the mouth of a cave. They call it ATV (can't recall the Mayan name), discovered ...
... a great experience. We drove around for close to an hour trying to find our hotel using a stupid map from a travel book. We even stopped to ask someone and he told us that the hotel was across the bridge in the neighboring town but we didn't believe him. Unfortunately the same stupid map had hotels AND restaurants on it and we were looking for hotel #4 but were driving past restaurant #4. Totally frustrating and boy did we feel dumb! When ...
... at the heart of the Mayan region".
The Mayan ruins of Caracol in Belize are normally off-limits to tourists, but a select group was preparing to camp overnight on Thursday to witness the passing of the 13th 'baktun', or 'long count'.
December 21, 2012 marks the end of a 5,125-year cycle in the Maya Long Calendar, an event described by one leading US scholar in the 1960s as a kind of Armageddon for the Maya.
But today's ethnic Mayans ...
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Mountain Pine Ridge Reserve , San Ignacio | 4 star hotelfrom $318
- Beautiful setting, great staff
- Rusic Luxury
- Overrated Blancaneaux
Branch Mouth Road, San Ignacio | 2 star hotelfrom $62
- Good as Gold!
- Very Friendly
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Macal River, San Ignacio | 4 star hotelfrom $353
- Honeymoon in belize
- Worth the drive
- Chaa Creek was the most amazing place!
Mile 69 1/4 Benque Viejo Road, San Ignacio | 4 star hotelfrom $241
Negroman Road, San Ignacio | Hotelfrom $57
San Antonio Road, San Ignacio | Hotelfrom $265
10 Burns Ave., San Ignacio | Hotelfrom $16
Western Highway, San Ignacio | Hotel$75 average
30 Burns Avenue, San Ignacio | Hotelfrom $12
San Ignacio | 2 star hotelfrom $23
Mile 681/2 Western Highway, San Ignacio | Hotelfrom $35
Mile 60 Western Highway, San Ignacio | Hotelfrom $70
Chial Rd., San Ignacio | Hotelfrom $65
Mountain Pine Ridge, San Ignacio | 3 star hotelfrom $185
- Go now while it's still undiscovered.
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Paslowfalls Road, Bullet Tree Falls Village, San Ignacio | Hotelfrom $150