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!
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!
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!
Here in San Pedro, the only way for those fortunate to find work and in the villages around the lake is via boat, otherwise you can easily add another 15-20min to your ride. In San Pedro there are two piers: … Read all about it!
Today I said goodbye to some new friends who I went on an unexpected journey with on the open waters from Caye Caulker, Belize through to Rio Dulce, Guatemala (approx 250km) and then onto Antigua. I met Jane at the hostel … Read all about it!