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 …
... to go! Maggie is the one who got hit by a car and had to have facial reconstruction surgery. This means she has a slightly different looking face from the others (very pretty though!) She can't really vocalise anything, which is a bit of a sad situation for a howler monkey as howling is pretty important for defending territory etc. She is also pretty scrawny and has scruffy fur. That all being said, she is easily the dominant female! ...
We spent our last day lazing around Gaia's own waterfall, snoozing on the hammocks and drinking cocktails. At one point, we decided to be adventurous and climbed up the waterfall.
While lying in one the midst of the waterfall enjoying the warm ...
... the authentic way, crushing the corn between stones. They made it look easy, but then we had an opportunity to do this ourselves, which of course we were rubbish at! They were cooked on a clay fire pit and we ate them with coconut oil and salt.
Finally we had a demonstration of pottery making. This time a man did the demonstration and with consummate ease turned a lump of clay into a vase and a bowl. He then offered the potters wheel to ...