Rolson Cocina,Cantina & Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Beverage Selection
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRolson Cocina,Cantina & Hotel San Ignacio
A good hotel with friendly service. We enjoyed our stay very much.
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... at night the iguanas stack themselves for warmth and would crush the babies to death. Lach held many of the babies and at one point max had three climbing on him. It was quite an experience to say the least. It was so fun to see the boys so happy and excited and the perfect way to spend our day. We got back to the resort in time to float down the river again. We were surprised to see the river had risen by at least a foot. ...
... do have some similarities, but not at the same places!
4. I've just discovered that due to some last minute flight changes, I've acquired 2 extra days on my itinerary- I'm going to spend them on the Belize Cayes (idyllic tropical desert island paradise on the coast near the reefs). Ho hum , life is toughBetter still, this must prove that I can time travel; a skill I will use when it comes to the end of my 6 months holiday!
... while navigating around fallen trees and minor eddies.
We were not able to completely escape the rain; the skies opened up and cameras and binoculars were hurriedly stashed into the dry bag. We briefly took shelter under overhanging branches but since we were drenched anyway we decided to continue paddling in the rain. Closer to town our pace slackened both due to fatigue and the comfort of knowing that our destination was not too far ...
... into the river from a very high tree. Rachel couldn't pass it up so we pulled over, let her out of the canoe, and then filmed her swing. Video is attached. Our campsite on day two was also up a steep, muddy embankment and the guide had to carve steps in the mud to allow us to climb up. Once up there, we set up camp, enjoyed dinner and the box wine we picked up in town. Along the river we saw tons of huge iguanas, howler monkeys in ...
... it to ourselves. We jumped back in the car to head to Big Rock Falls. This involved lots of travel on very ordinary dirt roads through the jungle and then as we climbed a bit higher, to a whole different type of vegetation with pine trees. We passed a ranch owned by Francis Ford Coppola where the rooms are up to $2000 a night. We're happy staying where we are. When we reached the falls, there is a short but very steep track to reach the base of ...