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... tube fed and he has pretty bad diarrhoea. Hopefully, the treatments he is getting here will sort hum out so he can be returned to the wild!
A manatee's closest relative is the elephant. They used to be land animals but then went back to the sea. As a result, they have toenails in their front flippers.
Manatees have only have to find fresh water to drink every 7-10 days beaus they have really efficient ...
... br> On this dirt road, there was a middle aged American couple who sustained a flat tyre in the middle of the road. Out of the army men, our 2 guides and the Americans from our hotel, it was Cole (very tall 6 '10, handsome and probably in his late 20s) who single-handedly changed the flat tyre in under 5 minutes with everyone else standing around watching. What a handy guy to have around! ...
... and especially San Ignacio how many Chinese people there were. Apparently the Belizean government were selling citizenship for a number of years and due to not having restrictions on the number of children you can have in Belize this was of great appeal to the Chinese who wanted more than their restricted 2 children. I found it really interesting that everyone labelled what they and other people were e.g. Indian, Afro Caribbean, Chinese, Mayan, Mexican, French, ...
... of a big cave about 100 meters, and then one starts climbing over rocks and boulders, wading and swimming through the river, deeper and deeper into the lime stone cave system, for about 3 kms. Wearing a helmet with a headlamp helps to see where you are going and protect your head. At the last section one removes shoes and wear socks to protect your feet and the floor until a huge chamber is reached. This was a sacred site for the Mayas where offerings ...
... br> Even as we alighted from the van at the border town of Melchor de Mencos, moneychangers were at hand eager to transact business. We had set some money aside for an unofficial but anticipated Guatemala exit fee but the money changers pooh-poohed existence of such a fee. Confident we would be able to pay with US dollars if the need arose, we exchanged all remaining Guatemalan Quetzals for Belize dollars and had enough to get us from the border to ...
Other places to stay in San Ignacio
Central Farm, San Ignacio | 4 star hotelfrom $389
- Beautiful setting, great staff
- Rusic Luxury
- Overrated Blancaneaux
Branch Mouth Road, San Ignacio | 2 star hotelfrom $62
- Good as Gold!
- Very Friendly
- Nature at its best in San Ignacio
Macal River, San Ignacio | 4 star hotelfrom $384
- 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 $236
Negroman Road, San Ignacio | Hotelfrom $91
San Antonio Road, San Ignacio | Hotelfrom $263
10 Burns Ave., San Ignacio | Hotelfrom $16
George Price Highway, San Ignacio | Hotel$75 average
29 Burns Avenue, San Ignacio | 2 star hotelfrom $31
30 Burns Avenue, San Ignacio | Hotelfrom $12
Mile 681/2 Western Highway, San Ignacio | Hotelfrom $35
Chial Rd., San Ignacio | Hotelfrom $58
San Ignacio | Hotel$23 average
4 Miles Cooma Cairn Road, San Ignacio | 3 star hotelfrom $156
- Go now while it's still undiscovered.
- Hidden Valley Inn... A Hidden Jewel!!!
Paslowfalls Road, Bullet Tree Falls Village, San Ignacio | Hotelfrom $134