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 on May 19, 2014

14 photos

... 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 ...

"GO SLOW” Caye Caukler to San Ignacio

A travel blog entry by bruceontour on Dec 10, 2013

2 comments, 67 photos

... and Mopan. San Ignacio also boasts a fairly large Chinese population, most of whom emigrated from Guangzhou in waves in the mid-20th century. A sizable Mennonite community resides near San Ignacio. Thanks Mr Wikipedia.










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Caracol

A travel blog entry by chaletaria on Jul 31, 2013

69 photos

... 12- erected by K’inich Toobil Yopaat AD 820 in B-group (opposite Caana) Plaza with Stela 19. It shows Toobil with his current ally Lord Papamilil of Ucanal seated on palanquin anthropomorphic thrones facing each other at Ucanal, refers to a ch’ak war by them against a k’ul mutul (probably Tikal) when a “bakab” captive was taken. Stela 19 is in several fragments- 6 glyph blocks remain- the text is partially legible and includes Site ...

Iguana and Waterfalls

A travel blog entry by chaletaria on Jul 30, 2013

29 photos

... in 1667 encouraged the move from piracy to merchant.


Between 1642-48 pirate attacks on (mainly) Spanish ships and towns led to the Spanish abandoning Salamanca de Bacalar, their capital in Yucatan. The Spanish in 1696 captured the Maya city of Tipu (province of Dzuluinicob) and conquered the Itza, forcibly moving the Maya to Lago Peten Itza (Guatemala) in 1707. This gave the British an opportunity to settle the old Maya area.



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Best place yet, Cayo

A travel blog entry by byebyesnow on Jan 10, 2013

11 photos

... Belmopan and catch up on some of the scenery we missed during the Scary Bus Rides here. We gave a young man named David a bit of a lift toward Belmopan. He was making a living selling CD's and DVD's... he admitted his business wasn't really thriving. We dropped him off somewhere east of Georgeville and came back to a place called the"Barn and Grill", about 30 minutes out of Cayo. Our hostess, Shylynne, prepared us an excellent T-bone steak on the grill and told us ...

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