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Central America


Experience the Hard Rock Hotel Panama Megapolis

We love rock n' roll. If you read our about us page, you'll discover that Dave and I wanted to be rock stars in our youth. We moved out west to... Read More

Travel Post by ThePlanetD on the 10-10-16


30 Reasons to Visit Belize

Coming from the dry ochre desert of Oaxaca, Belize was humid, lush, and full of delicious food. My trip to the country was brief but memorable. And I’m not even talking about the scars on my... Read More

Travel Post by Legal Nomads on the 28-09-16


Exploring nature in Panama City

Thanks for following and reading Overland Travel Adventures from Go, See, Write While it’s already been confirmed that Panama City is so much more than a Canal, the city also holds... Read More

Travel Post by Go See Write on the 20-09-16


Arriving at Havana Airport (Arrival & Taxi Information)

Wandering Earl After arriving at Havana Airport, which might involve a bit of a wait until there’s an empty gate for your plane, you’ll take a quick stroll over to the... Read More

Travel Post by Wandering Earl on the 13-09-16


Exploring Havana: Pork, Prostitutes & Plastic Bags

Wandering Earl We turned right out of the apartment building and walked a couple of blocks over to the main thoroughfare that runs through Vedado. A few birds flew overhead, one... Read More

Travel Post by Wandering Earl on the 09-09-16


My Trip to Cuba: Day 1 (Walking 14km in Havana)

Wandering Earl Less than five minutes after we walked onto the streets of Havana for the very first time, my friends and I were strolling along the sidewalk when a man... Read More

Travel Post by Wandering Earl on the 02-09-16


Exploring Cuba Today

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Travel Post by My Itchy Travel Feet on the 24-05-16


How We Did Roatan, Honduras in Five Hours

Poof! Mind Blown. It’s a bold statement. I’m well aware of that. But, then again, Roatan—the largest of the Bay Islands of Honduras—is a pretty bold place, color wise anyways. And color is... Read More

Travel Post by Beers and Beans on the 04-05-16


American in Cuba

I grew up thinking I’d never visit Cuba. It’s illegal, right? Now, with political relations easing and my boyish, borderline disconcerting passion for all things Latin America, I decided to give it a try... Read More

Travel Post by Wills Blog of Travel and Life on the 15-02-16


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 Gallery: Cuba

As an American, I grew up thinking I’d never be able to visit Cuba. As such, my time there was all the more fascinating. The following are photos from 2 weeks in... Read More

Travel Post by Wills Blog of Travel and Life on the 23-11-15


Exploring Firsts in Placencia Belize

I watched her expressions as she dipped a toe in the ocean for the first time in her life. As an aunt I may not get to see their first... Read More

Travel Post by Otts World on the 05-11-15


Under the Sea in Belize

The engines revved as we left the harbor, our bodies got into the rhythm of the boat slicing through the waves and the salty wind and spray covering our faces. Belize... Read More

Travel Post by Otts World on the 03-11-15


3 Ways to Explore Belize Caves

Much of Belize is actually hollow in a way – beneath the surface can be found some of the most extensive cave systems on the planet. Caving in Belize is... Read More

Travel Post by Otts World on the 22-10-15


Taking Flight in Belize

All the air vents pointed towards her blowing full blast, however she was still hot and visibly unsettled as we got about 10 minutes into the first flight. I can feel... Read More

Travel Post by Otts World on the 15-10-15


9 Fabulous Reasons to Visit Nicaragua – aside from the surfing

Countries like Belize, Guatemala and Costa Rica are considered the top destinations in Central America. However, I am convinced that Nicaragua well deserves to be visited and is indeed highly underrated.... Read More

Travel Post by ThePlanetD on the 08-08-15


Five places to never miss on a trip to Nicaragua

Before visiting Nicaragua for the first time, I had really low expectations on this country. I didn’t know many people who had been there before, and anyways none of them appeared to... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 05-08-15


Cuban Food: 30 Dishes You Must Try

This Cuban food post is from Claudia Tavani at My Adventures Across the World. When I visited Cuba, I was positively surprised by the quality of the food there. I usually ate at paladares... Read More

Travel Post by Bacon is Magic on the 04-08-15


Panama

We began our adventures to Panama with a short trip to the border, a walk across a bridge, a few stamps and after a few palms were greased, we arrived... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 04-08-15


Panama

We began our adventures to Panama with a short trip to the border, a walk across a bridge, a few stamps and after a few palms were greased, we arrived... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 04-08-15


Panama

We began our adventures to Panama with a short trip to the border, a walk across a bridge, a few stamps and after a few palms were greased, we arrived... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 04-08-15


Panama

We began our adventures to Panama with a short trip to the border, a walk across a bridge, a few stamps and after a few palms were greased, we arrived... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 04-08-15


Panama

We began our adventures to Panama with a short trip to the border, a walk across a bridge, a few stamps and after a few palms were greased, we arrived... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 04-08-15


Panama

We began our adventures to Panama with a short trip to the border, a walk across a bridge, a few stamps and after a few palms were greased, we arrived... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 04-08-15


Panama

We began our adventures to Panama with a short trip to the border, a walk across a bridge, a few stamps and after a few palms were greased, we arrived... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 04-08-15


Week In-stagram Review Belize

When you turn 16 years old you can choose anywhere in the world and I will take you there; that’s the premise of the Niece Project.  My fourth niece, Allie, chose... Read More

Travel Post by Otts World on the 28-07-15


The Jaguar Rescue Center

Pistachio the pelican greets you as you enter the grounds. He roams the gardens here, and like the boss he is, will warn you when you’re too close. There are... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 22-07-15


The Jaguar Rescue Center

Pistachio the pelican greets you as you enter the grounds. He roams the gardens here, and like the boss he is, will warn you when you’re too close. There are... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 22-07-15


The Jaguar Rescue Center

Pistachio the pelican greets you as you enter the grounds. He roams the gardens here, and like the boss he is, will warn you when you’re too close. There are... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 22-07-15


The Jaguar Rescue Center

Pistachio the pelican greets you as you enter the grounds. He roams the gardens here, and like the boss he is, will warn you when you’re too close. There are... Read More

Travel Post by So Much To See on the 22-07-15