Pine Ridge Lodge

Mile 18 San Ignacio-Augustine Road, Cayo, Belize | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Cayo

Actun Tunichil Muknal (ATM) Caves

A travel blog entry by africantikki


... the hell am I doing moments.. But it was truly worth it! My mother would have fainted knowing what her daughter was getting up to. Even i thought the charm of trekking through jungle in wet socks and shoes made me wonder when my madness would end! On the way back it started to rain. You would thinker were in a van no probs.. Oh no.. The van had leaks in the ceiling causing muddy wet rain to pour onto the passengers. We ...

Rain = no adventures :(

A travel blog entry by wsbyama


... maybe because it was belting down outside. Run Tally: 1. (Total: 12) On our last day, during rain breaks (usually we had a 1-2hour window) we braved the outside. We got in 7km which pretty much circled town and did a few of the hills (which is most of town). We also ran across the 2 bridges, over to Santa Elena and back on the no-longer-flooded-but-still-closed-to-c ars bridge, which had water gushing under and touch the underneath of its wooden ...


A travel blog entry by chaletaria


... AK (AXE WAR) in retaliation in AD 556, Yajaw’s STAR WAR of 562 AD was won and Tikal went into a period known as The Great Hiatus (see my Tikal entry). With the decline of Tikal, Caracol prospered and Yajaw started a period of monumental building. Stela 4 (583AD) shows that Yajaw allied himself (in a junior role) with the Calakmul lord. Other monuments of Yajaw include Stela 14 (K’atun 554AD), Stela 1/ Altar 1 (K’atun ending, ...

Barton Creek and horses

A travel blog entry by chaletaria


... were surprised at their Internet connection- through a satellite of course and quick but pricey. After about 20 mins our leader, Rico, came to say the horses were ready. We found some helmets and were handed water bottles to attach to the western saddles. We found them a bit odd (as usual- we've had "western" saddles in other rides around the Americas) compared to the English (traditional) saddles we are used to. My horse was called Fuego (Fiery) but wasn't like that at all, ...

San Ignacio- Conquering El Castillo on Horseback

A travel blog entry by travellerlp


... complain- we've had brilliant luck so far with the weather. In reality we could be at the hotel sitting out a tropical storm or even back at home in fear of a hurricane. But no, we had the heat of the Caribbean summer on our backs, licking its lips, waiting to turn some skin hot pink.

My horse was young, stubborn, ...

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