I’ve previously mentioned that Costa Rica is expensive and overrun by tourists. However, I would make an exception to one activity that exceeds all expectations and leaves you with a grin from ear to ear for days. That is Ziplining in … Read all about it!
I’m three months into the trip now and I’m starting to wonder whether I’ve bitten off more than I can chew and whether I’m travelling the “right” way. Since the previous months wrapup I’ve travelled from Guatemala to Utila in … Read all about it!
Leon is a cute little colonial town in Nicaragua. Although second in size to the capital Managua, it is known as the intellectual capital with it’s own university and also acting as a commercial centre for Nicaragua. After a day … Read all about it!
It’s a bitch of a trip to get to Utila but while I was here I’d may as well get my advance open water certification. After another bumpy ride out of Semuc Champey which included various stops by the driver … Read all about it!
After San Pedro I wasn’t sure where to next. It was quite a direct route to El Salvador from Antigua but everybody I had spoken to had high praises of Semuc Champey and its limestone pools and caves. I had … Read all about it!
I’ve just left Guatemala and it’s nothing like the dangerous country that most people make it out to be. When I was doing my research on all things Guatemala, all I came across was how dangerous the country was, especially … Read all about it!
I’m pretty sure we all think back to major events in our own lives and recycle various scenarios in our head on how the long term outcomes would have unfolded. For myself, I would think back to how things would … Read all about it!
Without sounding too cliched, time surely is flying… It’s not like I’ve been having fun seeing tourist destinations or buying gadgets or nicely fitted clothes. I’ve finally felt like I’m in a good space where the simple act of going … Read all about it!
One of the many outdoor activities you can partake in here in Lake Atitlan, Gautemala is hiking. I wanted to have a crack at Volcan San Pedro but have heard mixed reports on the difficulty level. Although I’m still here … Read all about it!
Up until now I’ve always been the type of person to criticize those who spent their hard earned dorras to fly to a country to not to immerse themselves in a culture and not do a whole lot of anything … Read all about it!