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' …
... made her stay home. I got to see her daughter Lynn who was home from the Christo Rey RC Primary School. All three of Martha's daughters are teachers. Cindy, Lynn and Fay. Orlando is a guide for a resort in the area named Cha Creek. I did not see Orlando but I did meet his most handsome son named Ivan. He is about four and I asked him if he was "Ivan the terrible" and he replied with an emphatic "no". He is very smart and wanted to take pictures, too. I let him take a ...
... for our food to come. At least when dinner was completed, the rain had stopped. Afterwards, Paul and Sheila showed us the town of San Ignacio. It's a small town with one major round and a town square. Since the wet season is coming to an end, the town is repairing a bridge that was damaged during the flood. Currently, they are using one bridge to go in and out. It's causing a lot of traffic because it a one lane bridge. We looked at the repairs the workers are making on ...
... point of our journey we were not permitted to walk with shoes because it is too abrasive on the cave stones. We had to stay in strict areas so that we did not step on any artifacts including pottery that was over 1400 years old. The highlight of the tour was seeing the remains of a 18 year old male human sacrifice fully intact. The mayans left his body in a specific way. Over time calcium and water cemented the remains into the ground. Unfortunately, we were not able to bring a ...