The Orange Guesthouse
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Sarteneja nights, feeding the animals (spider monkeys, howler monkeys, manatees, deer, squirrel's and curasow). Having arrived in San Ignacio yesterday, we spent today exploring the Actun Tunichil Muknal caves which was incredible. The limestone caves have been preserved in a natural state for thousands of years since the Mayans used them for sacrifices and ceremonies. We trecked/swam/climbed our ...
... you swim, climb over and through rocks to get tot the upper cave system. Water was not a cold as the river crossing but I was not exactly warm as moved through the water. At upper cave you have take your water shoes off and continue in socks on the ouchy ah ouchy trail...haha just a funny balizean joke. But seriously the rocks are a bit ******* the feet. We climbed some more and as we did we were super close to Mayan ruins that have been untouched for thousands of ...
... plazas and royal residences discovered in the early 1950's, it consists of 34 structures built on a 3-acre area.
Amazingly, we were the only people there and we could just walk around and climb up and through the various structures. Some BIG steps and quite slippery after all the rain but we managed to see a lot.
... like that, we were amongst 50 or so iguanas. I was definitely a little nervous at first, but quickly felt comfortable feeding the iguanas. We had leaves and when the iguanas smelled them, a bunch came over and began eating from us. Then, Humberto, our guide gave us the opportunity to have an iguana on our chests eating leaves from our hands. Garyn took one right away, but I was definitely not ready. I tried to hide my fear by snapping lots of photos of Garyn, but it was ...
... t have asked for a better travel group, and our tour leader, Anita from Guatemala, is also wonderful.
I’m missing the people back home, feeding my current Game of Thrones addiction, and easy access to laundry and other facilities that make our lives at home so comfortable. That’s all minor though, and I can easily deal with these temporary absences because in a few minutes we are hitting the road for Guatemala!
Take care everyone! Be ...
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