San Ignacio Resort Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Business Services
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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TO SAN IGNACIO In Belize every American's net worth doubles 2 for 1 dollars Dems are red, Republican blue It's all so confusing Guide Dino circulates photos of everything Belizean From birds to snakes to fish to spiders to flowers to fruits and vegetables to currency to the flag Fish & shrimp farmed for Long John Silvers and Red Lobster …
BUS TO CARACOL
Shrouded in mist, we head to Caracol
Within minutes, we are on a gravel road
Caracol is not that far
But the road is bumpy, pot-holed and windy
Past occasional houses and B&B's
A water tank truck ahead of us
And the drivers try to pass
Watch out, on a curve and a car is approaching head-on
... but the gopro and I will persevere until we have perfected the manatee selfie.
There are about 50 monkeys here at the moment. The majority have been confiscated as illegal pets, with others coming in as a result of habitat destruction etc. There are both spider monkeys and howler monkeys. You can't go in with the spiders as they can be pretty aggressive, but the howlers are less dangerous so can be handled more. The spider monkeys are incredibly intelligent and are also ...
... and it would then affect whether I would have time to do anything in the afternoon. I decided to just pack up and head to the station and see what occured. Unfortunately it is not possible to cut across country as the roads simply don't exist, so I had no option but to head to the city.
By chance, a bus heading in my direction was sitting waiting to depart. I gave a shout to the conductor that I was going to use the back door to load my backpack (all the ...
... I'll never ever forget. I never thought I'd enjoy working with the animals so much and I was extremely sad to leave yesterday morning. I'd love to go back one day if I had the opportunity but now the focus turns to navigating our way through Belize and into Guatemala. So for now, no more cold rainwater showers, snakes living in my room, Carmela lunches, chopping fruit, feeding milk, cleaning ...