Category Archives: Central America

Mexico City Part II – Full of surprises

Tweet If you have more than a day in the city then you will need a place to stay. The wonderfully relaxing and well kept Casa Gonzalez comes highly recommended. Its tranquil with a lovely terrace and walking distance to … Continue reading

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A walking tour of Mexico City

Tweet Mexico City might just be one of the most underrated city break destinations. Downtown is laden with grand buildings, and wide avenues. Its pretty tourist free allowing you to see the city in its true groove. It is also … Continue reading

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Belize: A scuba diver’s playground

Tweet Sundown beers, sitting on the deck of our wooden cabin which was on stilts over the crystal blue waters and as we watch the orange sun melt into the horizon an eagle ray swims right under our deck, only … Continue reading

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Letters from my Gap Year: Guatemala

Tweet Looking back at my travel adventures the longest and most impressive trip I took was undoubtedly my gap year. That is the trip I will forever look back on as embodying my lust to get out and see the … Continue reading

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