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How To: Bus from Placencia to San Ignacio or Belize City.

Being the crazy planner that I am, I’ve spent hours scouring the internet for tips on how to get from Point A to Point B. Now that I’m actually here I figure I might as well help psychos like me by putting together my own guides as I go along! 499 more words

Granada and Masaya, Nicaragua

After a couple of days in Moyogalpa, Isla de Ometepe, we took the ferry back to San Jorge (which cost 50 córdoba, or about $1.80 USD per person) and then a chicken bus to Granada. 465 more words

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Moyogalpa, Isla de Ometepe & Volcán Concepción, Nicaragua

Moyogalpa, Isla de Ometepe

After a quick night of rest in Managua, we made our way to Isla de Ometepe, a lovely little island in Lago de Nicaragua. 910 more words

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El Salvador: Land of the Chicken Bus

So, in a time that seems like a distant memory, but was only actually about a month ago, we trapsed intrepidly through Mexico in first-class luxury buses. 402 more words

HOME TO ROOST: BACK ON BOARD THE CHICKEN BUSES OF CENTRAL AMERICA

I spent late December and early January in Guatemala and Belize so of course that meant there was a fair bit of time spent on the legendary chicken buses. 219 more words

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Chapter Two: The Power of One

Getting Back on Track

After experiencing having to hand over a good number of our possessions, it took some time to regain composure – and confidence – in a country that held a special place in our hearts.   1,032 more words

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Thoughts In and Around Guatemala:

  Before you read any further, I would just like to acknowledge something that has entered my mind each time I sit down to write in this blog: I am a Caucasian, middle-class woman. 3,453 more words

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