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Horrible Bus Rides Bring You To Beautiful Places

Anyone who has ever traveled on a serious budget can tell you a tale or two of awful transportation. After leaving Southern Guatemala, I knew that I was in for one hell of a 12 hour ride to Lanquin. 552 more words



Lago de Atitlan

Of Lago de Atitlan Aldous Huxley once wrote: “Lake Como, it seems to me, touches on the limit of permissibly picturesque, but Atitlan is Como with the additional embellishments of several immense volcanoes. 1,356 more words


Buy a one-way ticket, learn Spanish, get a tan, fall in love, and never return

For those that had doubts, warned against doing it, or said that I was crazy, well I can safely say it was the best decision ever. 414 more words



The ride to Lanquin wasn’t too bad given it was supposed to only take 8 hours but ended up taking 10 because we had to stop three times to replenish the brake fluid- very comforting. 660 more words


Island Life in Belize then Guat-up?!

“Stop worrying about the potholes in the road and celebrate the journey.” – Fitzhugh Mullan

After a brief few days back in Mexico we crossed the border into Belize. 1,124 more words

Take It To The Bridge

7th June, 2014

How to explain Semuc Champey? Literally, it is a natural limestone bridge above the Rio Cahabón in the middle of the Guatemalan jungle. 432 more words


Semuc Champey

Mi segundo viaje solitario del año me llevó a nadar en las pozas de agua turquesa de Semuc Champey. Un lugar que no conocía –lo cual era un pecado- y que personalmente tenía algún tiempo teniendo en mente visitar. 206 more words

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