Windy Hill Resort
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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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 …
... market town of San Ignacio (in the mid west of Belize) which hugs the Macal river, dumped our bags at our cute guesthouse and then went to a great diner serving all day Belizean breakfasts called Pops (Pops is the guy who runs the joint and looks exactly like Father Christmas!). A chilled out day walking around the town was followed that evening with some incredible chilli margaritas (see we can mix it up!) in a lovely bar in town. We sat at the bar and chatted to the ...
... of a big cave about 100 meters, and then one starts climbing over rocks and boulders, wading and swimming through the river, deeper and deeper into the lime stone cave system, for about 3 kms. Wearing a helmet with a headlamp helps to see where you are going and protect your head. At the last section one removes shoes and wear socks to protect your feet and the floor until a huge chamber is reached. This was a sacred site for the Mayas where offerings ...
... Then we arrived at the mouth of the cave and started wading in to begin our adventure of over 2 hours of wading, swimming, climbing . . . including a ladder to get to the final rooms open to us.
No photos of Gary climbing up walls or me sliding down, though. Apparently, a French tourist dropped his camera on one of ...