Central America

This tropical sub-continent is a playground for travellers! Whether you’re into trekking, beaches, volcanoes, culture, ruins or wildlife, you’ll find it all here. Central America is technically comprised of 7 countries, but for ease of menu searching, we’ve also included Mexico and the Caribbean to this category. We’ll be adding more and more countries to this section…stay tuned!

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Our Digital Nomad Lifestyle On Lake Atitlan

We’ve now officially been living in Paxanax on Lake Atitlan, Guatemala for over a month and it’s time to share how we feel about this place. We’ve been so busy getting caught up on our projects and other work that we haven’t really written much about our life here on the lake. Well, I have ...
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Essential Tips and Information: Border Crossing from Mexico to Guatemala

Travelling from Mexico to Guatemala? There are two popular routes that most travellers take from Mexico to Guatemala: 1. From San Cristobal de las Casas in Chiapas State: cross at the Mexican town of Ciudad Cuauhtémoc (La Mesilla in Guatemala), reached via Route 190. 2. From Oaxaca State: many people choose to take the coastal ...
Food Poisoning

Surviving Food Poisoning: Goodbye Mexico, Hello Guatemala!

It’s 4:00 a.m. and Nick has been violently hurling into the toilet since midnight. Our minibus to take us on the 10 hour journey from one of our favourite cities in Mexico (San Cristobal) to Guatemala is due to arrive in three hours. But before we get to the travel day, let me rewind a ...
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5 Reasons Why We’re Excited To Visit Costa Rica

Ever since we began travelling, we’ve been on the hunt for lush jungles, eco-lodges, beautiful beaches, pristine coral reefs, friendly people and delicious food; and from what we’ve heard, Costa Rica has all of that in spades! However, we’ve also heard mixed reviews about Latin America’s green nation and while we’re excited to visit, we do ...
De Real Macaw in Caye Caulker, Belize

Accommodation Spotlight: De Real Macaw in Caye Caulker, Belize

During our 8 days of relaxation on beautiful Caye Caulker in Belize, we had the pleasure of staying at De Real Macaw Guest House, a delightful Belizean / American owned guest house set right near the water. The guest house itself is bright and colourful and the rooms are clean and spacious. The best part ...
Diving Belize

Diving With Sharks and Hungry Eels – The Belize Barrier Reef (With Video)

The rolling wake rippled the otherwise glass-calm waters as our boat cruised between two paradises. Making our way from Caye Caulker to Ambergris Caye was a breeze, and we pulled ashore just as Dariece’s stomach began to churn. We stepped off of the boat with the same, slow saunter that we had acquired from our previous island oasis: Caye Caulker. ...