Windy Hill Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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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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TripAdvisor Reviews Windy Hill Resort San Ignacio
Travel Blogs from San Ignacio
... in and the taxes are included as I checked on the Internet but you need an itemised receipt. Even then I've heard that you still have to pay it as its a tourist fee, and passed through the free zone. Once we got to the Belizean side we had to park the car, get our passports stamped and checked in the office and then go through to customs. We were told we had to bring our bags through customs which was inside the building, seriously? We have so much stuff in the car, ...
We moved the babies into thier new enclossure for a few hours again today. I carried Maggie on my head. It was so cool, but I was paranoid about banging her head on a tree! They seemed to take to the cage more quickly today; the rushing around phase was shorter and they soon chilled out a bit. One habit they have developed in their new home is all jumping into the double doors every time someone tries to go in or out. It ...
... residence in a far corner of the thatched roof, pooping on the restaurant floor with reckless abandon. Yummy. The after lunch activity was zip-lining, something I can honestly say I have never done before. It sounded exciting, though, and everyone else in our group was doing it, so why not? Well, I quickly learned why not. We were outfitted with safety helmets and harnesses cinched up so tight it gave a whole new meaning to the term ‘wedgie,’ and then we hiked up a hill ...
... set the tone for this place; everyone here loves animals and they are everywhere! The peckery is called Nugget and was the runt of the litter so is being hand raised by one of the volunteers here (Lexxi). Nugget has imprinted on Lexxi so follows her around like a duckling and sleeps in her bed. She's adorable!!
There are about thirty people here at the moment consisting of a mixture of researchers and volunteers. The people are from ...
... it would do the job. Obviously it was not the normal arrangement, as Rudi and another employee proceeded to carry two more beds into the small room. However having been in some fairly snug dormitories lately, I wasn't really bothered.
Just up the hill (although I should mention it is a hell of a steep hill) behind the hotel is a Mayan site, Cahal Pech. Stopping to buy some bananas, I asked for directions (I quickly learned that Maya is more Mai-a, than May-a) ...