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Trekking in the Cuchumatanes Mountains, Guatemala - Part 1

I think it’s safe to say I have become captivated by Guatemala;  it’s people, culture, traditions, diverse landscapes and horrific history never fail to amaze me. 1,297 more words


Running in Costa Rica

Yesterday I made my first trip to Walmart since being in Costa Rica. The purpose was to pick up registration stuff for today’s race, which I’ll go to in a minute, but I couldn’t resist going in and buying a few items. 465 more words


Job Interviews, Unemployment, and Irresponsible Travelling, Oh My.

Oh yes, and for the irresponsible travelling part…I am going on a surf retreat in Nicaragua in December. 16 more words


Nicaragua leader in anti money laundering efforts in Central America

More than 30 officials of the financial analysis units of Nicaragua, Panama, Costa Rica, Honduras and Guatemala participated in the Financial Intelligence Workshop held in Managua this week. 150 more words


Antigua : The Quick Tour Guide

Antigua, first, has the ability to suck you in and not want to spit you out. All the while you are thinking, please never let me go. 1,558 more words

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Getting to Know The General

The name Graham Greene had been dormant in a foggy area of my brain for a prolonged time, until it was brought back to the surface by Linda, an exquisite blogger from Texas.  1,355 more words


Playa del Carmen: Downtown on 5th Avenue

October 18, 2014 was the first day of my tour with G Adventures. I left the resort by taxi mid-afternoon (after enjoying a lovely buffet lunch and many mojitos) and headed to 5th Avenue in downtown Playa del Carmen to check-in to the hotel booked by the tour group. 781 more words