San Ignacio Resort Hotel
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After a long day of traveling, we slept in a bit, waking up after 9 and enjoying a leisurely breakfast on the deck of the hotel, which overlooked the pool and the jungle beyond the pool. Jeremy caught a few pictures of small toucans on the branches of one of the nearby trees and we could hear the sounds of the birds and animals of the jungle waking …
We boarded the plane in San Francisco at 5:30am. By 6:15 we were in the air, headed to Houston. In Houston we made our connection, and landed in Belize City at around 3pm local time (which is just one hour later than at home). Immigration and customs took about 40 minutes to get through, then we were out in the heat of Belize. It was in the low 90' …
... a good and proper British builders tea. A lot of people drink it black here, mental. Despite unfamiliar tea bags and powder milk I was able to forge a cup full of something that may slightly resemble PG tips. It went down well with the sugar cookies that had just been purchased. Tonight we had a movie night and watched Big fish, which turned out to be pretty good! Also an interval dinner of chicken was amazing. I haven't had such big pieces of chicken in ages! Great ...
... on her at once and about four of them crawled onto her head. When my iguana began crawling up my arm towards my head, I made it clear to Humberto I wanted him to take her off, which he did. I think they're cute and harmless, but I just wasn't ready for one to crawl up my arm and on to my head. Humberto was a great sport about the whole thing and an awesome guide. We learned a lot and had a lot of fun in the hour or so we were with him and the iguanas.
We spent the ...
... Ships are in town. Luckily two ships had been there the day before so it had been packed. When we were there we were the only ones we saw on the river. It meant we experienced the caves in perfect peace. Away from the caves, we happened to be in San Ignacio on the night of the Western Region Knockout Round of the National Song Contest which was held in the town square. A kind of Belize X Factor where the locals have the opportunity to showcase their ...