Author Archives: Marina Kuperman Villatoro
I love travel journals. For some reason, they seem to be a highlight during my travels. And traveling with kids, you can’t really sit down next to a computer with a baby in hand, yet you can easily sneak in … Continue reading
Vegetarians, close your eyes and nose, cause this is a full on meat blast. We may not be visiting Argentina or Brazil, but Nicaraguans enjoy their meat just the same. Read more about the restaurants of Nicaragua. I am not … Continue reading
Hi Marina, The trip was really lovely and we all had a great time. 10 days was perfect for the girls and although it rained a lot, we had plenty of things to do. In Manuel Antonio, we went to … Continue reading
This volcano became a national park in 1995 and is located really close to La Fortuna tour of Costa Rica. This is the place where Blue River is born. It turns blue because of the volcanic residues. Read more info … Continue reading
Masaya Volcano Crater, Nicaragua. For More Great Info Get Your Book NOW! .
Guatemala has 92 protected areas making up over 28% of its national territory. Most of these protected areas were created 1990’s. Read about more places to visit and things to do in Guatemala. All volcanoes are protected areas, including biosphere … Continue reading
Did you know that the Copan Ruins in Honduras are considered one of the most important Maya Ceremonial cities and ruins along the Maya route. 4 Reasons why the Copan ruins are SO important in the archeological world: Find some … Continue reading
Ten years ago I took off for a solo journey that changed my life forever. I had the travel bug so bad that itching it simply wouldn’t make it go away but made it worse. And the only cure was … Continue reading
I love Indian cuisine! That is one of the foods I miss most living in these countries. Since being in Central America, I haven’t seen many people from India and if they do come they don’t really miss their home … Continue reading
Hi Marina! Our trip was just absolutely wonderful! Just trying to come back down to life in the real world-wondering who is enjoying my beach chair in MA now 🙁 Absolutely everything went smoothly! All the transportation you scheduled was … Continue reading
Is there gold at the end of the potholed road from Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica? Yeah, and you just struck it! Manzanillo is an idyllic spot for clear waters, snorkeling and pristine beaches. Check out some other cute towns you … Continue reading
Panoramic View of Antigua from Cerro de la Cruz, Guatemala For More Great Info Get Your Book NOW! .
El Mirador is the most recently discovered Mayan City in Guatemala and is believed to be the largest one. It is also where you will find the biggest Mayan pyramid ever found. It’s located north from Tikal but it’s still … Continue reading
Copan Ruinas town is as tiny as they come, so aside from the ruins they are working hard at keeping tourists from fleeing after one day. They have done a good job. Aside from the typical things to do like … Continue reading
I’m hosting a great giveaway. So join in the fun now! All you have to do is tweet me, write on my facebook & leave a comment on this post saying why you’d like to have this journal. Here’s what … Continue reading
Unlike most western countries, Central American countries have one major staple food that they eat religiously daily and sometimes at every meal. Find out some more fun facts about the El Salvador food. El Salvador is no different. Pupusas are … Continue reading
THANK YOU! so much for all of your help! We could not have done it without you! It made life so easy just having things scheduled for us!! We had just the most wonderful time!!! We had an amazing time, … Continue reading
You will never get bored in Costa Rica’s Gulf of Payagayo. It is formed by 12 beaches outlined by great resorts and rain forests filled with wildlife. Here are some adventures that can be had in the area: Air Activities … Continue reading
The famous Steleas at Copan Maya Ruins, Honduras For More Great Info Get Your Book NOW! .