Top 12 Travel Highlights of 2014

I’m pretty busy at the moment trying to go through all my unwritten posts, but it’s still nice to reflect on a top 12 travel moments of the year – something I did a similar post on in 2012 and 2013. This year I started off in Iraq on New Year’s Day and I have Read more about Top 12 Travel Highlights of 2014[…]

Backpacking in El Salvador: Top 12 Sights in the Capital City San Salvador

If you have followed Don’t Stop Living the last few weeks/months especially my Facebook page you will know that I was raving about my time in El Salvador. From the Fireball Festival to Tazumal to the Mangrove River Tour to Surfing and Santa Ana, I loved my time in El Salvador. If you can do Read more about Backpacking in El Salvador: Top 12 Sights in the Capital City San Salvador[…]

Visiting El Salvador’s Only UNESCO World Heritage Site: Joya de Ceren

El Salvador is a backpacker’s dream. Friendly locals, pumping bars, beaches, volcanoes, mountains and just an all round unventured gem. Once you’ve got your bearings and got to grips with the bus systems, you’re good to go anywhere in the country. I set my mind on visiting El Salvador’s only UNESCO World Heritage Site, which Read more about Visiting El Salvador’s Only UNESCO World Heritage Site: Joya de Ceren[…]

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Backpacking in El Salvador: Top 6 Sights in Chalchuapa

The town of Chalchuapa will linger long in my mind. I hadn’t heard of it the day before my visit and I won’t forget it after my day out there. It was a truly magical little town well off the tourist trail and I was completely inspired. El Salvador gave me more stories than I Read more about Backpacking in El Salvador: Top 6 Sights in Chalchuapa[…]

World Borders: The Luxury Way to Get from Guatemala to El Salvador (Guatemala City to San Salvador by King Quality)

While touring Central America, I think I have crossed about 6 or 7 borders, all in different ways, sometimes walking, sometimes ferry, sometimes chicken buses, mini buses, organised transport however the best and smoothest border crossing to date was the crossing I did from Guatemala to El Salvador. In fact this crossing was so luxurious Read more about World Borders: The Luxury Way to Get from Guatemala to El Salvador (Guatemala City to San Salvador by King Quality)[…]

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Backpacking in El Salvador: Top 10 Sights in Santa Ana

When you go backpacking in El Salvador you are not quite sure what to expect and most likely, you will stay in places you will never have heard of. The latest surprise gem was Santa Ana. Quite simply this is a spectacular and proud town in the countryside of El Salvador. Not too busy to Read more about Backpacking in El Salvador: Top 10 Sights in Santa Ana[…]

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Backpacking in El Salvador: Boat Tour of Crocodile Creek at Mangrove Forest, Barra de Santiago

Yet another exciting post today on my journey backpacking in El Salvador. After finding a paradise right by the Pacific Ocean at Capricho Beach House, I booked myself on a boat tour around the protected waters of the Mangrove Forest. The area I was staying in is called Barra de Santiago and it is a Read more about Backpacking in El Salvador: Boat Tour of Crocodile Creek at Mangrove Forest, Barra de Santiago[…]

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Backpacking in El Salvador: Puerta Del Diablo (Devil’s Gate)

“Knock knock knockin on devil’s gate” – Not Bob Dylan It was a crazy, spontaneous and inspiring 11 days in the country of El Salvador for me and my backpack recently. I simply couldn’t believe the amount of random things to see and do. While based in San Salvador I found that you can get Read more about Backpacking in El Salvador: Puerta Del Diablo (Devil’s Gate)[…]

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