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Travel Photo Of The Week – Panajachel Village on Lake Atitlan, Guatemala

Image: Panajachel Village on Lake Atitlan, Guatemala   This photo was taken as we were leaving Panajachel on route to Santiago via a ferry over Lake Atitlan. I’ll have to post some photos... Read More

Travel Post by Beers and Beans on the 02-02-16


Photo of the Week: Mayan Pyramid in Tikal National Park

Mayan Pyramid in Tikal National Park, Guatemala Today’s travel photo was captured while exploring the humid jungles of Guatemala in Central America. The well-preserved Mayan temples and pyramids in Tikal National... Read More

Travel Post by Traveling Canucks on the 25-06-15


Visiting Tikal at Sunset

In the jungles of northeast Guatemala, not far from the Belizean border, you’ll find Tikal National Park — one of the largest Mayan complexes in the world and a UNESCO... Read More

Travel Post by Adventurous Kate on the 19-06-15


My Favorite Day in Central America — Semuc Champey

What makes a perfect day? I’m not talking about one of the days I had a water fight in Bangkok, or the day I danced with Vikings in Shetland, or the day... Read More

Travel Post by Adventurous Kate on the 08-06-15


I Still Don’t Know How I Feel About Antigua

Quick announcement: The Paradise Pack, a collection of resources that will teach you to work online and travel the world, is only available for three more days! Read my take on... Read More

Travel Post by Adventurous Kate on the 05-06-15


AK Monthly Recap: May 2015

May 2015 is going down in history as one of the funnest months of my life. I’ve had a lot of good months in my life — March and April of this... Read More

Travel Post by Adventurous Kate on the 01-06-15


The Towns of Lake Atitlan, Guatemala

One thing I’ve noticed about Guatemala guidebooks and tours is that they tend to label Lake Atitlan as a singular destination. “Spend a few days exploring Antigua before a few... Read More

Travel Post by Adventurous Kate on the 11-05-15


AK Monthly Recap: April 2015

It’s been a bit quiet here on the blog lately, but believe me, there’s a reason for it! I’ve just finished running my second tour and I’ve got a lot... Read More

Travel Post by Adventurous Kate on the 04-05-15


AK Monthly Recap: March 2015

Will any month ever top this one? I’m sure that it will happen, eventually, but not for a long time. If I had to live a month over and over again,... Read More

Travel Post by Adventurous Kate on the 03-04-15


A Side Trip to Tikal

We’d only spent a few days in Belize, not nearly enough to get a feel for the place, and already we were leaving. It wasn’t a problem – we’d be... Read More

Travel Post by Whats Dave Doing? on the 26-08-14


Tikal Ruinas

We decided on the 3:30am sunrise tour to these ruins, despite the many  reviews we’d read from people complaining they didn’t get to see the actual sun rise on such... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 12-01-14


Antigua

We couldn’t be more devastated about our time in Antigua – the ultra popular destination for tourists and expats was to us a place of recovery from sickness. Kirsty came... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 15-12-13


The Chi Chi market

Every Tuesday and Sunday the town of Chichicastenango fills with locals from the highlands who come to sell their wares, from hand made fabrics, vintage huipills and super touristy souvineers. We... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 08-12-13


Hiupil Market

Every Tuesday and Thursday the local fire station in Panajachel is taken over by locals who sell second hand hiupil’s and gorgeous hand made fabrics. As you walk in its... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 04-12-13


Panajachel Nature Reserve

We had read about a nature reserve just outside of Panajachel with suspension bridges, wild animals and gorgeous views of the lake and it’s three striking volcanoes and thought a... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 01-12-13


Lake Atitlan

People say Lake Atitlan is Guatemala’s answer to Lake Como in Italy, sans George Clooney of course. Of course both lakes are stunning, both with looming mountains surrounding a mass... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 27-11-13


Panajachel

Panajachel was the exact refreshing change we needed after a month of bazar on again, off again weather patterns, and while we love San Cristobal, it was time for a... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 24-11-13


Crossing the Border – Mexico to Guatemala overland

We decided to write this post for a few reasons. 1. We couldn’t find any current advice online ANYWHERE 2. Most of the time even the Mexican locals (I’m talking the banks... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 20-11-13