What I Learned In Boating School Is . . . How To Avoid Getting Seasick

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Tips For A Smooth Flight And Airport Experience

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Someone Should Have Told Me This Before I Left

Before I left for my trip, I dug to the depths of the Internet for tips and tricks on how to have a smooth two and a half months in six countries where I don't speak the language.  The were basic packing tips to what to do in each city.  While these were all mostly helpful,…

A Few More Things I’ve Learned in Central America

As the days go by, I learn more and more. Some interesting, some not. I recently learned I love Guatemala. It has everything to offer, well maybe not beaches, but it has almost everything: volcanos, Semuc Chanpey, coffee, lakes, mountains, everything. Coffee in Guatemala is delicious. I had two coffees today. That good. There are…

First Lessons Learned in Central America

The time has come, the internet is finally powerful enough, the pictures are here! After almost two weeks in Mexico, Belize, and Guatemala, I've learned a few things. Driving is confusing. Lines don't really matter, as long as your car fits, it's a lane. Two lane road? I think you mean five. Honking can usually…