Deseret News BYU students create slick virtual tour of campus Deseret News PROVO, Utah — Using state-of-the-art cameras with fish-eye lenses that capture 360-degree images, 15 BYU students from multiple disciplines created a slick, comprehensive...
The town of Al Zubarah is Qatar's largest archaeological site. This now abandoned settlement was once a thriving pearl fishing and trading port and is one of the largest and best preserved examples of an 18th-19th century merchant town anywhere in the Gulf.
The San Pedro Scoop visited Cayo, and had the chance to stay at the San Ignacio Resort Hotel. Of course, they had only great things to say about their experience there, and they put together a virtual tour of the hotel. Worth a read.
"A few days ago, I wrote about eating termites and visiting green iguanas at the conservation project at the San Ignacio Hotel in San Ignacio, Cayo, Belize. But I didn’t just go for the wildlife, though I’ll admit…it was pretty good. I stayed the night at the hotel and was pretty impressed. Very nice digs. Let me show you around… The hotel is just up the hill from San Ignacio town proper, an easy walk. And the lobby is quite grand...
Pluses of the hotel: Other than everything I listed above, a great restaurant, the staff, the beautiful pool, the awesome Iguana Project and the beautiful grounds overlooking the Macal River…location is a huge plus for this hotel. Many visit the Cayo district and stay in the lodges that are a bit off the beaten path for the true jungle experience. If you are the type that wants to easily access different bars, restaurants, shops and nightlife on your stay, this hotel is perfect. The town of San Ignacio is a few minute walk down the hill."
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