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Trinidad, Cuba


Varadero was fun. We spent the days at the beach and the nights at the Casa Del La Musica(House of music). The best night was probably their version of a uni night as there was tons of local people there and not many tourists. 614 more words


Where to next?

So it’s time to go again. After couple of months here on “old continent”. 145 more words


Beta app para IOS!

“Después de una arduo y tedioso recorrido, finalmente estamos por llegar a la meta final! Los horas y los días y la harina y el brete final parieron el beta Busmaps! 118 more words

Central America

10 great public transport rides | Travel | The Guardian

Ten reminders that the best travel experience are often the cheapest (luckily), just as long as you’re not in a hurry. I recommended the Sabalito border crossing, Costa Rica to Panama (although the map here shows a random road petering out at one of the ubiquitous San Rafaels), a route that involves an old US school bus, waiting for the border official to finish lunch, a trip through nowhere-in-particular settlements of wooden houses painted turquoise & wreathed in orchids, where life is slow . 25 more words


Live #54, Pedasí, Panama

13/02/2015 After the Chapada dos Guimarães yesterday, it is now finally time to head into the Pantanal for two days! We will drive down the Transpantaneira road in a small Opel Corsa and sleep somewhere in a tent, apparently there are a lot of Jaguars out there so chances are there to see them :) Back in Panama, I was headed down to Pedasí near Las Tablas to celebrate the carnival. 181 more words


Broken on the beach

It was the day of a cruise ship visit to Roatan. The air of relaxation at the beautiful beach of West Bay was taken over by a throng, traders and tour operators were out in force, and the water was full of traffic ranging from swimmers to sails to a solitary seaplane. 314 more words