Funny enough it seems like yesterday when M and I embarked on an exciting adventure to explore 9 Latin American […]
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Z for zis is ze end… Adios Central America!
Who would have thought that my French accent would one day be an asset and help me shamelessly cheat on […]
X like Xploring
Yes, I am aware that I’m shamelessly cheating but would you have read a post about xenon, xysts or xerus? […]
Are you a seasoned traveler?
I. Made. It. I fukcing made it and I am very happy to wish myself a happy 3rd monthversary on the […]
V for very wet Sunday, very wet indeed!
“If you go to Boquete, you must hike Barú volcano” – they said. We haven’t planned much along the way […]
U for unreal: we are in Panama!
Crossing into Panama belonged to the easiest border crossing we have had so far. Quick and efficient. Officers on both […]
T for thankful
Since one of our friends told us that Cahuita National Park was a MUST, we couldn’t miss it! We were […]
R for really glad we didn’t skip Costa Rica…
… Even though this leg has seriously damaged our daily budget. National parks are insanely unaffordable (15 to 20$ entrance […]
Throughout Central America, we have been fed with tamales. At first, I was skeptical. I mean seriously, THIS. DOESN’T. LOOK. […]
K for kindness or the Salvadorian quality the world fails to see!
After riding many more chicken buses, hitchhiking (sorry, mom!) and traveling to the Northern, Western and Eastern parts of El […]