Tags » Central America

10 Reasons to Visit the Bay Islands Right Now

After completing my second trip to Honduras’ beautiful Bay Islands, I am felt with a type of satisfaction that comes from finding a place that feels like a second home. 1,374 more words

Avenue of the Dead / 2:00 PM CST

Gazing below at the Avenue of the Dead, once the cultural center of the ancient Mesoamerican city of Teotihuacan established over 2 millennia ago, you could only imagine how the 125,000 inhabitants of the city went about their daily lives. 770 more words

Travel

we got ometeped

Ometepe is an island in the middle of Lake Nicaragua home to a duet of volcanoes, Maderas (1300M) and Concepcion (1600M). To get to Ometepe is not an easy task. 586 more words

Nicaragua

Panama City and the Canal

Panama City

May 2016

Tocumen International Airport 

I arrived around 8 a.m., and it was about 10-minute walk to customs and immigration. At that time, stores were open and people were slowly packing the airport. 2,058 more words

Colourful Travelling

When I look back at travels I have made, journeys completed, the memories are always associated with colours. A place, some food, a building, nature, all these are associated with deep colours, sharp colours and they reflect the mood of the memory. 396 more words

Travel Blog

Trip research - Central America

I love the internet. It feeds my compulsiveness. I used it extensively to research my Central America trip.

Pinterest
Helped bring the trip to life and great to have one place to gather info and ideas of things I might do. 227 more words

Central America

Memories of The Nicoya Earthquake - September 5th 2012 Costa Rica

The day of the quake dawned much like any other – a little early for my liking. I pulled back the curtains, heavy eyes squinting in the morning light. 224 more words

Central America