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Stocking the larder: Crew, booze, and 100+ tins in Golfito

January 2016

The Sarana Guide advises explicitly that Golfito should not entered in the dark. We weren’t interested in pushing our luck and were up before the sun. 1,660 more words

By Jessie

Semuc Champey, Guatemala

Yet another gorgeous place in Guatemala, Semuc Champey is one of many spots throughout the country that can be considered a ‘must-see’!

Located in the south-eastern part of Guatemala, Semuc Champey is an 8 hour bus from Antigua and 10 hours south of Flores. 271 more words


Caye Caulker, Belize

Long days at the Lazy Lizard drinking in the sun and swimming against the current. Fry-jacks and all kinds of deep fried every day, for every meal. 33 more words

Welcome - Bienvenido - Bienvenue

Hello, it’s me, Nicolas. From September 2015 to April 2016, I went on a marvelous journey through 14 different countries on the American continent. Though I didn’t encounter any major setback, a little travel help is always welcome and this is what I intend to provide with this blog. 19 more words

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Costa Rica-Travel With Kids

Late April-early May 2016, we went to the Guanacaste region of Costa Rica. It was Milana’s first trip here, however Dave and I went to the Arenal/Manuel Antonio/Jaco region several years ago.   1,632 more words

Travel With Kids

The Sloth Spotter


Angry mono

Mono stealing crisps

Happily eating crisps

Sloth number 2

Picked our washing up this morning. All seems intact and no shrinkage apparent either. 1,359 more words

The makings of a Central American journey

To continue with my travelling adventures, I decided to go a place I’ve never been before. And not only a place, but a whole new continent for me. 1,434 more words