San Ignacio Resort Hotel
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 bit I asked the lady if she knew Unitedville, i got a bit of a laugh, needless to say I missed calling out the stop. People back home should really appreciate mile marker signs, as a good portion of the rest of the world doesn't have the money for them... No worries and after short backtrack I made it here. This place is great, a couple of small cabins, a 6 person dorm (which is where I'm at), tones of fruit trees, and even a pool table, pretty ...
... to his stories and move on. We came upon skeletons embedded in the limestone that were jumbled together as water had swept them together over decades. There was also a newborn skull which they figured was a last ditch effort to induce the gods to bring rain. The limestone layers tell the stories of half a century long droughts that would have crippled the Mayan people. The last and main attraction in the cave was to be found in a little enclave reached by a wobbly ladder ...
... which PD sessions, and preparing centres. Our work bee ended around 3:00 and we really wanted to go cave tubing, but there has been a lot of rain and flooding here, so the cave tubing is shut down because the water is too high and too fast. So, we (the two of us, Marie, Corinne, James, and Judith) decided to go and check out Xunantunich (Mayan ruins). We called two taxis, and we got a delightful taxi driver named William. He was a great tour guide on the way ...