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Lots of backpackers and travellers “skip” Guatemala City deeming it to be mayhemic, claustrophobic and a tad dangerous. I decided to spent three nights there in the heart of the Historic Old Quarter (I was in Zona 1) to prove …
Guatemala is full of surprises, especially accommodation wise. We were blessed during our month in the country and ended up staying in a few cool places so hopefully for those of you reading, you will simply LOVE these photos and …
So to El Salvador, a country you will hear a LOT more about. I had reminders back to my time hiking in Northern Vietnam recently (when we saw some indigo dyeing with the locals on the Sapa 2 day hike), …
In my latest World Travellers interview, I catch up with yet another Dutch traveller – Antonette, adding to Laura and Manouk who featured recently. Antonette makes up half of “we 1 2 travel”, let’s hear her story… Who are you? …
If you’ve been to Guatemala you’ll be aware that it’s cheap. You’ll also realise pretty quickly that food wise it’s always second best to its northern amigo Mexico. At least in my opinion. So to find some intriguing local treats …
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In my ongoing world borders series, I cover the real life borders I cross on my crazy journeys. I mentioned before how to get from Jordan to Israel at Sheik Hussein and how to get from Israel to Palestine (to …
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“How will you ever learn when your hands are tied and your bridge is burned?” – Mark Morriss Bonjour. Hola. Jo San La. Guten Tag. Jo Napot. Bout Ye! This is actually my 1,650th proper travel blog post on Don’t …