Long-term travellers attempting a digital nomad life while sharing our stories, photos and advice as we travel through Central and South America.
The Island of Utila is often described as a ‘Scuba Diving Factory’ – with amongst the cheapest diving in the world – the place absolutely pumps out diving certificates. Cheap diving is certainly what drew us there, but as it turns out the place offers a bunch of other fantastic activities. Back on the main…
Guacamole, one in a series of recipes that are great to make while travelling.
Some people believe you should leave your laptop and phone behind when you go on vacation. This article is not for those people.
If swimming, crawling and climbing your way through a dark cave to view 2,000 year old human skeletons scarified to the Mayan gods does not sound appealing – stop reading now because this article is REALLY not going to be your thing.
One thing Central America doesn’t lack for are volcanoes, and hot springs seem to be a very nice part of the deal. On our trip to Costa Rica we stopped by the ‘largest hot springs in the world’, Baldi Hot Springs Resort & Spa to find out what all the fuss is about and if it’s worth the eye-popping entry fee.
A photo essay showing our two day hike of Acatenango Volcano.
Gallery of images from El Salvador, Central America. Includes surfing in El Tunco and the Food Festival at Juayua.
The thought of catching a chicken bus for the first time can be a little daunting and intimidating. It certainly was for me. But don’t let that stop you from experiencing this fantastic – and cheap – mode of travel. Here’s a few tips and observations that will have you catching chicken buses like a pro in no time.
Who doesn’t want to slide down an active volcano on a flimsy wooden sled at 90km/h? It’s a must-do activity when visiting Leon, Nicaragua but which tour group is best to go with, Big Foot or QuetzalTrekkers? In this article we highlight a few of the differences between the two tours and give our recommendation on which one is best.