Feeling like we hadn't climbed many volcano's in Central America I was on a quest to conquer a few more. Telica is only an hour outside of Leon so we thought we would battle the dirt road to the entrance so we could watch the sunrise from the top. We had been waned about the... Continue Reading →


Nicaragua – Leon & Sand Boarding

As we were driving through America an uprising against the Nicaraguan government was beginning. Boarders were being closed, tourism was slowing if not stopping and it was looking like we would not be able to drive through. We were broken hearted to see and follow the uprising that was occurring; local students and journalists were... Continue Reading →

El Salvador

We ended up spending longer than expected in Antigua due to a rain storm in El Salvador. Our friends had arrived in El Tunco a few weeks earlier and it had rained non stop! The roads had flooded and landslides had occurred, we loved Antigua and even though the weather was grey, we decided to... Continue Reading →

Guatemala – Acatenango Hike

Hiking Acatenango to watch Fuego erupt is the must do activity in Guatemala. After having visited South America two years ago and paying a lot of money for guided hikes I was adamant that we would do this unguided. Majority of the treks are well maintained and easily accessible if you have your own camping... Continue Reading →

Guatemala – Antigua

We stayed in Antigua for almost two weeks enjoying the beautiful cobble stone city which is nestled in between mountains and active volcanos. Antigua has a camp spot dedicated for overlanders located next to the police station making for a free secure location in the city. The camp site has no facilities but is a... Continue Reading →


When looking at the map of Central America we decided we would cross Mexico to visit the small country of Belize. A lot of people who visit Mexico either choose the Pacific or the Caribbean side to visit due to the size of Mexico. We both felt like if we didn't go to Belize we... Continue Reading →

Agua Azul & Sumidero Canyon

After spending so many days in San Cristobal we decided to go and check out the Sumidero Canyon and Agua Azul waterfall on the way to Belize. We both felt like we hadn't seen enough of Mexico's waterfalls and nature after spending so many weeks along the coast line. Sumidero Canyon is located just outside... Continue Reading →


Not only were we lucky enough to go to Cuba with Gill and Alan we then flew straight to Tulum. We landed in Tulum in June hoping for beautiful beaches and lazying around in the sun. Unfortunately we did not know that the Caribbean side of Mexico and Central America have been suffering from a... Continue Reading →

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