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11 Things You Need To Know About Bus Travel In Central America

By on Published: December 17, 2016 | Last Updated: February 26, 2020 in Budget Travel Ideas, Central America, COSTA RICA, GUATEMALA, Latin America, NICARAGUA with 10 Comments
11 Things You Need To Know About Bus Travel In Central America

Often thought of as the craziest continent of them all, Central America really is a spectacle of colours, sounds, music and madness! And never is this sensory overload more apparent then when trying to navigate the continent by bus! I’ve got to admit, I’m a pretty big sucker for the madness and really get a […]

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The 10 Best Central America Beaches

By on Published: March 7, 2016 | Last Updated: February 17, 2020 in Central America, COSTA RICA, GUATEMALA, Latin America, NICARAGUA, PANAMA with 14 Comments
The 10 Best Central America Beaches

Bordered by both the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean, Central America is really a skinny strip of land dominated by huge bodies of water on either side. This makes the whole continent a beach-lovers paradise and the array of different coastal areas in this small continent is astounding! From scuba diving and sipping rum […]

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20 Amazing Things to Do on Little Corn Island, Nicaragua

By on Published: September 24, 2015 | Last Updated: February 20, 2020 in Budget Travel Ideas, Central America, Latin America, NICARAGUA with 23 Comments
20 Amazing Things to Do on Little Corn Island, Nicaragua

Oh Little Corn Island, what a tiny drop of paradise you are! There you sit in the Caribbean Sea, a minuscule pearl, shining with simplicity and serenity. I fell in love with you from the first moment I saw you – loving everything about your tropical charm and beauty. With no cars, no roads, banks […]

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The 5 Best Things to Do in Nicaragua

By on Published: May 25, 2015 | Last Updated: February 20, 2020 in Central America, Latin America, NICARAGUA with 2 Comments
The 5 Best Things to Do in Nicaragua

Oh Nicaragua, you dream-filled beautiful country! With mountains, lakes, rivers, beaches, surf, scuba, jungles and islands you’ve got it all, so close and so fresh and so exciting. And best of all, not everyone knows about you yet. About your dazzling colours, your friendly people, your fun and your wildness. But word is getting around […]

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10 Tips for Vegetarian Travellers in Central America

By on Published: March 2, 2015 | Last Updated: February 26, 2020 in Central America, COSTA RICA, GUATEMALA, Latin America, NICARAGUA, PANAMA, Travel Tips with 10 Comments
10 Tips for Vegetarian Travellers in Central America

When I travel as a vegetarian to some of the more far-flung places of the world, some people always look at me aghast and question, “but what are you going to eat there?” In all likelihood, these are probably the people who also wonder how I survive in the Western world because, in reality, eating […]

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Granada Vs León: The Fight for Nicaragua’s Best City

By on Published: February 19, 2015 | Last Updated: February 20, 2020 in Central America, Latin America, NICARAGUA with 7 Comments
Granada Vs León: The Fight for Nicaragua’s Best City

“Granada vs León: Which one is better?” asks my friend. She’s due to visit the Central American country of Nicaragua in the next few months and knowing my experience of travelling there, as well as my propensity for speaking frankly, she probably expects a clear answer. “Well, they’re very different,” I reply, unhelpfully. “Really?” she […]

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Went for a Week, Stayed a Year: Falling in Love with Little Corn Island

By on Published: January 23, 2015 | Last Updated: February 20, 2020 in Central America, Latin America, NICARAGUA, Travel Stories with 32 Comments
Went for a Week, Stayed a Year: Falling in Love with Little Corn Island

From the moment I got off the long wooden boat and walked up the mini jetty onto the sandy soil, I fell in love with Little Corn Island, Nicaragua. I simply knew this was a special place for me. Looking and feeling like something out of a Caribbean travel brochure, palm trees laden with coconuts swaying in the […]

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