Windy Hill Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWindy Hill Resort San Ignacio
Rooms are a little tired but the grounds are beautiful and the pool was clean and refreshing. This was a great place to stay while exploring the Cayo region.
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Today was a free day in San Ignacio. After a leisurely breakfast we grab a cab and went into the bustling little city. Since it's Christmas eve there were lots of people out doing their last minute shopping. we stopped at the police and they were having a party for local children. You'll see some of the cute kids we met during our visit. Like …
Today we travelled back into Belize, promising to return to Guatemala as soon as possible. We just loved the people, scenery, and unique experiences we had.
We we hustled back across the border in order to catch the last tour to Actun Tunichil Muknal or ATM, the gateway to the Mayan underworld. While the cave system is 2000 years old, and …
... was heading home for his soccer game. It is the most popular sport in belize and he was passionately discussing his accomplishments and World Cup. Nigel, our guide at the iguana project was equally passionate about iguanas as Albert was about soccer! The iguana project is a preservation effort after the locals hunted and ate iguanas to the point of endangerment. There were 42 iguanas. 41 nice ones and one mean ...
... of 26 human sacrifices. We managed to survive however, despite paddling in the complete darkness under stalactites and rock bridges. An amazing experience. The Danes got very excited about an Amish sawmill even though it was not in use.
SUNDAY 15th Feb
Taking a holiday from my holiday today, sitting by the 3 pools,and enjoying the hilltop views. The BBC film crew is staying at the hotel filming Wild Things. ...
... drifted too close to their perch.
There are a number of jungle resorts along the banks of the Macal and we passed several through the day. Hidden behind thick forest cover, the only clue to their existence usually was a wooden sign tacked to a tree and a few bobbing canoes or kayaks along the edge. The only one we visited was the DuPlooy’s Lodge as it sits adjacent to a highly rated Botanical Garden. We pulled up our kayak over a ...