Pine Ridge Lodge

Address: Mile 18 San Ignacio-Augustine Road, Cayo, Belize | Lodge
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This lodge is located on Mile 18 San Ignacio-Augustine Road, Cayo.
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        Travel Blogs from Cayo

        School is for the birds

        A travel blog entry by dianeamanda on Nov 11, 2015

        1 comment, 6 photos

        ... Then, Amanda took the 3/4 class to the library and Diane showed that teacher how to benchmark. Their library was pretty good, and the kids were so excited just to look at the books and touch them. After library, Amanda took the 3/4 class back to class and read half of Flat Stanley to them. They thought it was so funny and didn't want to stop reading. We made flat kids and wrote letters to send to 4/5W so they can write back which they thought was the coolest ...

        Jon gets corn for his Birthday...Or First Harvest

        A travel blog entry by gfbelize on Sep 27, 2015

        6 photos

        ... bins. It quickly became apparent that our yields were not what I had been expecting.

        In the US, grain is traded in a volume called a bushel. One bushel equals 56lbs. of grain. In Belize, it is sold as a bag, a bag is 100lbs of grain. I was expecting a total of 10,000 bags from the 150 acres. This would be a little under 70 bags an acre. I knew that this field had produced 80 bags to the acre in the past. What I was getting was around 40 bags to the ...


        A travel blog entry by livy_lane on Jul 09, 2015

        5 photos

        ... and have to spend the rest of their lives in a cage because they can't be released.
        There was also drama at the Ben feed today and he managed to completely flip himself over, reopening a lot of his wounds and causing them to bleed a bit. Luckily the situation was resolved pretty quickly, but it must have hurt him! I joined the 'tail crew' during this feed (ie I just sat on his very strong tail); it was way more comfortable than my usual flipper ...

        Destiny, or maybe not

        A travel blog entry by wattsy on Mar 31, 2015

        1 comment, 5 photos

        ... out early. We were going to go on the trip anyway and deal with the fallout afterwards but, fortunately, just before we were leaving she emailed us to confirm that a later check out was fine.

        The weather was threatening to cancel our trip again. Perhaps we weren't destined to snorkel the reef, as torrential rain poured down and drummed on our metal roof. But then Destiny changed it's mind and parted the clouds, giving us a window of opportunity to walk to ...

        Kayaking down Macal River

        A travel blog entry by parleusted on Jan 09, 2015

        1 comment, 39 photos

        ... by turned out not to be a fancy bus but a local collectivo that was already crammed with passengers. The ayudante (helper) convinced us that there was room for two more people (and their backpacks) and since it was only an hours’ drive to the border we huddled in hoping that the ridership would thin down sooner rather than later.

        We admired the lush landscape of El Peten as the van made numerous stops to let people in and out. When ...