Rolson Cocina,Cantina & Hotel

24 Crenshaw St., San Ignacio, Cayo, Belize | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from San Ignacio

A change of scenery in Belize

A travel blog entry by heinzdora


... nice guy. He was my free tour guide and we walked around the park and chatted. His English was quite good for some one who was self taught. I learned that he was 30, originally from Guatemala but moved here when he was 17, has a girl friend who is 22 and has a 10 month old son (not his) and his boss is telling him to marry his girl (goss and art what a way to spend the morning).

The land art concept is basically this – the artist will set up their ...

Teechaz gat yur back!

A travel blog entry by justamanda


... Dashboard Lights, but we had the lyrics this time, which helped. ♬Land of the free by the Carib Sea.♬ We also managed to successfully get through Oh Canada all at the same time, which was a significant improvement from last time. Lynne has decided to do a flash mob with the schools in both cities to "Gotta Keep Reading", which is to the tune of "I've Got a Feeling" by the Black Eyed Peas, so we had to put on our costumes - ...

San Ignacio, Belize

A travel blog entry by scottandcorrina


San Ignacio is an area in Belize that has lots of caves - so caving is the main activity! We opted for caving via canoe - rather than the option of climbing in and out of small spaces! The cave was really cool (once you got used to the bats flying around). There some really incredible rock formations and the cave was used years ago by the Mayans - you could see some of the remains from their use of the caves, including the skull from one of the many human sacrifices. After ...

Maya Ruins in San Ignacio and Lower Dover

A travel blog entry by danfrerich


... is also the worry about bringing attention to it and having looters come in, it's difficult decision on how the family that owns the land will proceed, not to mention they have now found oil in these here parts.... Again, the photos don't even do it justice, but it was truly awesome to see and walk around. Plan to head into San Ignacio tomorrow as this place is all booked up, another couple days around here and then into ...

A Vacation from our Vacation

A travel blog entry by ecschultz


... tacos, pupusas. The place was very
busy but 99% locals – not swamped with tourists. There is a Mennoite community nearby so they were there too selling their jams and breads.

In the late afternoon we went up to the local ruins of Cahel Peche. Small but easy to do and we were practically the only ones there. It was a bit errie. We took a taxi to the ruins since it is 2.5 miles up the hill from town but decided to walk ...

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This hotel, located on 24 Crenshaw St., San Ignacio, is near Xunantunich.
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