There are many good Antigua Guatemala Hotels of all sizes and kinds. Living here I have discovered many different options worth checking out. Hotel Casa Cristina is an adorable, quaint hotel in Antigua Guatemala. You will find it in Barrio … Continue reading
When traveling rarely do you have the right combination of Perfection. So when you get it, you want to hold on to it forever. That is just what I found in Ambergris Caye while looking for a vacation rental in … Continue reading
Our absolute most favorite place on the mainland was Placencia Belize. This tiny village at the tip of the peninsula is known for two things: 1. The Longest beaches in the Belize 2. The longest and narrowest main street in … Continue reading
Belize is never ending with places to visit and see. At first glance, the country looks so tiny, but – Oh My God! – there is simply so much to do and see. Our first coastal stop was Hopkins Village. … Continue reading
The Maya Ruins in Copan Honduras are beautifully depicted as to how they once were, in the Museum. For More Great Info Get Your Book NOW! .
What do you do while watching sunsets and sipping on tropical drinks, in a beach front restaurant, as you vacation in Belize? You eat, and eat well! We stayed in Hopkins Village and had a chance to truly explore the … Continue reading
Traveling has become almost a norm for my family and I. It’s true, I’m the one pushing everyone either in the car or plane, but when we get to the different locations we’re all equally excited about it. Needless to … Continue reading
When I originally made reservations for our lodging in Belize, in Chaa Creek specifically, I chose to stay at Macal River Camp for our whole stay. Knowing my kids, they would absolutely love camping and roughing it (to some degree). … Continue reading
Xpark in Guatemala City is out of this world. It’s got the best and safest extreme attractions for kids of all ages. My husband can’t get enough of their climbing wall. For More Great Info Get Your Book NOW! .
Roatan is the largest and most popular of the Bay Islands of Honduras – and for good reason. It has the most beautiful beaches, great snorkeling and diving, top notch resorts and hotels. It’s also the easiest to get to … Continue reading
Utila Honduras is known for three things: 1. Diving 2. Budget Hotels with a sense of style 3. Diving My son and I aren’t divers, but we are explorers and the fact that we were so close to Utila during … Continue reading
Santo Domingo Hotel in Antigua Guatemala is considered one of the most luxurious and unique hotels in Latin America. It has ruins and museums with a delicious restaurant. For More Great Info Get Your Book NOW! .
Utila is one of the smaller Bay Islands of Honduras but is ranked number two in the world when it comes to diving and becoming PADI certified – which is no easy feat to attain! Utila is also known for … Continue reading
When traveling eating out is one of the highlights of the trip. It can go in two directions: you strike gold with a great place or you end up being pretty pissed you just shelled out too much money. Gratefully, … Continue reading
A few months back I read an article somewhere online that in the world there are only four passenger submarines that can take you on a deep sea exploration to depths of up to 2500 feet under water. I’m not … Continue reading
Antigua, Guatemala is considered the capital for Salsa Dance classes in Central America. And it’s not only for adults, kids will have a blast learning how to move their hips and get in step with their partners (even if it … Continue reading
To find an eco friendly hotel or losge is difficult in Central America, so when an opportunity arises, I try all I can to work it into my traveling itinerary. Tranquilseas in Sandy Bay on Roatan Island, was a must … Continue reading
Snorkeling and Roatan can almost be synonymous. With crystal clear blue waters and the second largest barrier reef in the world what you end up getting is simply one of the most perfect spots to snorkel. These are the two … Continue reading
Ages ago I remember watching shows like ‘Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous’ and thinking that would be a super cool way to travel. But chances are, I thought, that they are totally out of my price range and unattainable … Continue reading
My brother, a photo junkie, is extremely into his camera. He refuses to get it cleaned professionally, in fear that they will ruin his lens. So he was very excited when I gave him the Delkin Devices Sensor Scope and … Continue reading