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Big City Living in Tegucigalpa

Heavily Armed Police Tegucigalpa, Honduras The capital city of Honduras is dirty, dangerous, and expensive. Just the type of place most people try to avoid. So naturally I decided to go urban exploring and check it out. When I began this little travel adventure of mine, I told myself IRead More …


My Experience Learning Spanish In Guatemala

Learning Spanish in Guatemala San Pedro La Laguna, Guatemala While traveling through Guatemala I spent 3 weeks taking Spanish classes and staying with a local family on Lake Atitlan. Here’s a rundown of my experience. Guatemala is one of the best countries in the world to visit if you’d likeRead More …


Cathedral Metropolitana [PHOTO]

Cathedral Metropolitana in Casco Viejo Panama City, Panama This is the Catedral de Panamá, also known as Cathedral Metropolitana, located in the historic Casco Viejo district of Panama City. It was built in the 1700’s but has undergone a major renovation along with much of the area’s old buildings. TheRead More …


Squatters in Casco Viejo [PHOTO]

Squatter Building in Casco Viejo Can you see this image hanging on your wall?Buy a Print This is Panama City’s Casco Viejo (Old City) district that was destroyed by the pirate Captain Morgan in 1671. It’s crumbling buildings represent early colonial Spanish, French, and Caribbean architecture. Much of Panama’s governmentRead More …


Costa Rica Travel Budget: How Much Does It Cost?

Traveling in Costa Rica on a Budget Budget Travel Guides Is it possible to travel in Costa Rica on a budget? Learn how much it cost me to backpack in Costa Rica — along with my favorite travel tips, accommodation, and activities. Travel Guide: Costa Rica (2016) Everywhere I traveledRead More …


Emberá Indigenous Home [PHOTO]

Typical Embera Indian Home Can you see this image hanging on your wall?Buy a Print This is the home of an indigenous Emberá family located on the outskirts of El Real, inside Panama’s Darien Gap. Perched up on stilts to protect from annual flooding from all the rivers in theRead More …


Hiking Corcovado National Park: A Wildlife Adventure

Corcovado National Park Puerto Jimenez, Costa Rica Corcovado National Park is a remote environmental reserve in Coast Rica with great hiking past deserted beaches, waterfalls, pristine rainforest, and plenty of wildlife. Costa Rica has many different National Parks. While Corcovado isn’t exactly the easiest of them to visit, it’s easilyRead More …


Can we still transport to Cuba following Fidel Castro’s death?

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Castro’s death – aged 90 – is frequency a warn and, as such, is doubtful to impact tourism any time soon. After all, hermit Raúl has been boss given 2006 and it is he who modernized a terms of a truce with a United States and a easing of transportRead More …


Wildlife Safari Through Tortuguero National Park

Flying to Tortuguero on Nature Air Tortuguero, Costa Rica Rainforest covered mountains stretched out into the distance. My small single-engine plane began its descent towards a sliver of runway in the middle of all the green. I was on my way to Tortuguero National Park in Costa Rica. A remoteRead More …


Costa Rica Photography: Beautiful Wildlife and Nature

Rio Celeste Waterfall Costa Rica Costa Rica is a vibrant country full of incredible natural beauty where you can discover waterfalls, jungles, volcanoes, and wildlife. A nature photography paradise. After a month exploring Costa Rica, she has seduced me with her charms. I secretly want to keep her all toRead More …