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Stories and Tips San Ignacio

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Other Activities around Cayo

Written by lcampbell on 16 Jul, 2004

There are plenty of activities for all interests and budgets around Cayo. Here are a few more things that we checked out, and some that we didn’t, just to give you some idea of what more there is to do. Guided tours: There are plenty of…Read More


First Impressions

Written by ShannonBrooke on 12 Aug, 2003

We were picked up at the airport by Lenny of the Aguada. We drove via the Western Highway to Santa Elena. Just watching the road was fascinating for an outsider. There were lots of trucks with building materials -- this made me think that the…Read More


The awesomeness of cave-tubing

Written by ShannonBrooke on 25 Jul, 2003

The next day, we woke up and got ready for our cave tubing trip. Having no idea what this would entail, I put on a bathing suit and a pair of loose cargo capris. We had a quick breakfast of eggs & bacon. Then…Read More


Seeing Xunantunich

Written by ShannonBrooke on 25 Jul, 2003

The next day, Lenny gave us a ride to Xunantunich. You have to take a ferry across, and then go up a huge hill. I was glad we got a ride up. We also decided on a whim to get a guide, and I am…Read More


Food Finds

Written by lcampbell on 16 Jul, 2004

Here are some of the restaurants we tried out in San Ignacio, along with the meal prices: Pop’s was our favorite choice for breakfast. We ate there more than once, and each time Dan had sausage, beans, waffles for US$2.50. I had fry jacks…Read More


Cahal Pech

Written by Neb2489 on 29 Oct, 2007

Some good ruins, and it is still being excavated. While we were there, there were many archeology students working on it, which was interesting to see how the process is done (and how painstakingly slow). The ruins definitely have some unique characteristics, and…Read More


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