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Aquarium Hotel 4

Published about 5 years ago by David Group

This hotel was allegedly built as a resort by and for the Colombian Cartel. It was taken by the government and is now an all inclusive resort hotel for the public. ?

San Andres Wreck 2

Published about 5 years ago by David Group

Diffrent view of the small Key off the main island of San Andres.

Black Hole Drop

Published about 5 years ago by Benedict Kim

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Here's the bottom of Black Hole Drop from near where you land from the rappel. It's about a 300' rappel and very enjoyable. The hike to the sinkhole is roughly 45 minutes over a few hills. Bring bug spray.

San Andres Wreck Close

Published about 5 years ago by David Group

Cargo ship once owned by Aristotle Onasis ran onto the reef 35 years ago. Treachorous reefs s<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/central-american-island-colombian-island-sanandres-island-sand-bar-wreck">...(more)</a>

Aquarium Hotel Boardwalk 1

Published about 5 years ago by David Group

Beautiful hotel that offers a resonable all inclusive package. PADI dive shop on<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/central-american-island-colombian-island-san-andres-island-aquarium-hotel-boardwalk-1">...(more)</a>

The Aquarium, San Andres Island

Published about 5 years ago by David Group

The Aquarium is a sand bar close to Jonny Key. The shallow warm waters are a favorite hangout of a variety of rays. Good place to snorkel! On the weekends this is a favorite hagout for the locals.

Captian Morgans Pirate Treasure Cave

Published about 5 years ago by David Group

Cave of the pirate Captian Morgan. Long and deep, hot and humid. Divers have found sea turtles and other exotics. Treasure was kept under water here. You don't believe in ghost stories... well yer in one!

Captain Morgan's Cave 1

Published about 5 years ago by David Group

Captian Morgan the pirate had treasure on this island. The natives are friendly and my tour guide Teddy was kind enough to pose for this picture.

Going to the Barber in Leon, Nicaragua

Published about 5 years ago by Audrey Scott and Daniel Noll

Dan gets a hair cut at a traditional barber shop in Leon, Nicaragua. It seems like once something goes up on the wall, it never comes down. Clas<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/leon-nicaragua-barber">...(more)</a>

Victoria House Resort

Published over 5 years ago by Benedict Kim

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Nice boutique hotel located south of San Pedro Town, Ambergris Caye, Belize. This is the first of three pools on the grounds. Fairly remo<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/victoria-house-resort-belize">...(more)</a>

Westin Camino Real - La Terraza Salon

Published over 5 years ago by Benedict Kim

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One of the 29 salons in the Westin Camino Real Hotel in Guatemala City. This one seems to be the most popular for smaller intimate gatherings. Service is excellent and the food is top notch. Highly recommend a stay here.

Rio Frio Cave

Published over 5 years ago by Benedict Kim

We did this tour through Mayawalk in San Ignacio and I highly recommend them. It was truly an excellent day. Rio Frio Cave is a eco-tourist destination in Pine<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/mw110a">...(more)</a>

Xunantunich Mayan Ruins Belize

Published over 5 years ago by Irmin Wehmeier

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Xunantunich ancient Mayan ruins in Belize, Cental America. Occupied as early as 400 BC, thriving 600-700AD. Taken from plaza A2. El Castillo, the largest stucture can be seen in the distance.

Caracol A Plaza

Published over 5 years ago by Irmin Wehmeier

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Caracol Mayan ruins in Belize CA. This is A Plaza, the primary structure (A6) is Temple of the Wooden Lintel.