Stuck in Guatemala, April 20 – 28th

Yesterday we received an email from friends back home in BC. Barb & Mike drove the Pan American highway 15+ years ago. Her reply to our hold up was “if nothing goes wrong, it’s just a holiday!” During their journey, they were without their truck...

Guatemala – by Charley

Well, when left Belize, they took my temperature at the border place when we crossed into Guatemala. They were looking to see if I had the Corona Virus, but I didn’t, my temperature was normal and I got another stamp in my passport. Our first stop in Guatemala...

Lockdown in Guatemala, April 1 – 19th

The past 2 weeks have passed by surprisingly fast, though the hours seem to sometimes drag. Judging by reports online it appears that the virus hasn’t yet reached its peak in Central America, numbers are slowly but steadily climbing & how accurate they are...

San Marcos & Quarantine March 16 – 31

San Marcos is a pretty lake side town with dual identities. The Mayan community of fisherman & farmers, who have been here since the beginning of their time and the travellers who come here seeking a ‘higher sense of being’. Believed to be a place of...

Belize – by Jaxon

“I went hiking in the jungle. It was very colourful, the roots of the trees were very thick, if we tried to chop the roots in half it wouldn’t work. The roots are too thick. ” “My family and I went on a hike to find some birds, on the way we...
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