Travel Blogs from San Ignacio
... who was sscraficed and now calcified so the bones glittered in the light.Interestingly, they now know the maiden was actually a 17 year old boy. The photos I am using are taken from the internet as cameras were not allowed do to some knucklehead dropping his phone and crushing a skull.As we left the cave area we saw a huge owl take off with as fresh kill. What a way to end the day.
... the one thing that no one knows for sure "How long did it take them to build each temple", he only knew how long it took to uncover them.
The entire walk took us around a number of temples which it turns out were actually build on top of old ruins. We also got to walk up onto the top of some of the temples. Unfortunatly some of the ooler temples that we wanted to climb were closed to the public as some people had died walking up and down ...
... vegetables I saw, but there were a few new and unfamiliar ones. Because of the lateness of the day, many of the vendors were packing up, so we just browsed and didn't buy anything.
After we had seen the majority of the downtown area, we stopped in at a restaurant in town that had been recommended to us by Cruz, our driver from the night before. It was called "Cenaida's Belizean Food" and it was on one of the side streets of the downtown area in an ...
... bridge and it looks like it'll be open soon. We took a walk though the market and bought some veggies for tomorrow's bus ride. Walked around town and are relaxed in the square with some gaudy Christmas decorations. We ended up picking up a locally made tamale and burrito and called it a day. Came back to the hotel for a shower and had some dinner. Once we came back it started raining again. It's been on and off since. Tomorrow we leave for the islands and were super ...
... people would accidentally step on 1400 year old clay pottery and human remains. One seven year old child dropped his camera which went through one of the skulls. We got back to the starting point at 2:30pm. Most guides had already completed their tours. After lunch we walk back 45 minutes to the car crossing the three river access points. By this time we were pros at walking through the river. This was by far a highlight tour for us. We are definitely looking forward to our next ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking