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Equilibrio Festival • El Salvador: Under The Sun thumbnail

Festivals, it seems, have become somewhat of a passion of mine. I’ve made my way now to several around the world – Burning Man in the Nevada desert, Tomorrowland in a Belgian neverland, Sunjam on the shores of Honduras, Mardi Gras in the heart of New Orleans, and Batabano in the streets of Grand Cayman, to…

Bermuda

Hello old friends! Is it just me or it does it feel like it’s been ages? Due to some behind-the-scenes technical difficulties (apologies to those who have tried to check in and found the site down!) I’m a little behind on posting this week. But we’re all up and running now, and I think you’ll agree…

Beachfront Bliss: Kicking Back in El Cuco thumbnail

El Salvador is kind of the pre-glass slipper Cinderella of Central America. Most backpackers bypass it entirely, and those that do pause to get their passports stamped tend to stay for just a few days, most often to surf along the Costa del Bálsamo or to take in the colonial Ruta de las Flores. I have…

Nomads Nomad

I was not so much “running away” from anything as I was “running towards” everything. It’s been far too long since I added a virtual title to the book shelves of my Travel Porn book review series. Truth be told, up until recently, it had been a while since I read something in the wanderlust genre…

Let’s Go! Volcano Boarding in León thumbnail

Long before I ever booked a flight to Nicaragua, there was one activity I knew I’d be signing up for: volcano boarding. Like partying at Sunday Funday in San Juan del Sur, volcano boarding in León is just one of those things backpackers go, do, and get the t-shirt for — literally. Though you could book…

Roatan

I can’t believe I’m writing this sentence, but… this is my final Photo of the Week from Central America… at least for now! Fifteen weeks have gone by since I first touched down in Nicaragua, and this final one had me waving goodbye to the region from the Honduran island of Roatán. I first vacationed in…

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