What’s all the buzz about night tours and nocturnal animals? Not sure, but when you arrive to the Monteverde Cloud Forest area that’s all you hear about (Aside the regular stuff about reserves, cloud forests and ziplining). Since I can’t miss out on … Continue reading
I’ll let you in on a little secret – I’m not at all a Horseback Riding Tour fan. It’s one of those tours I can take it or leave it. However, the buzz around town if you want to visit … Continue reading
Without a doubt the number one activity(ies) in all of Monteverde is ziplining and hanging bridges in the cloud forest! Very little compares to this adventure and is a must do. In my opinion only Sky Adventure Skytrek really delivers … Continue reading
The secret is ‘almost’ out. Among the Hotels in Antigua Guatemala there is an unbelievably lovely, super affordable, very central hotel that is a must visit! D’Leyenda Hotel, a six room, hotel is located half a block from the Central … Continue reading
Few places through out Central America can fall into the category of a B&B. And let me tell you, I’m a huge fan of Bed and Breakfasts. It’s usually my chosen mode of traveling throughout the United States and whenever … Continue reading
La Bocona Hotel in Granada, Nicaragua is one of the most unique and grandest hotels we stayed at while traveling in Central America. For More Great Info Get Your Book NOW! .
Antigua is famous for it’s hidden finds. Either a great restaurant that is tucked in some corner or a hotel that looks tiny and opens up into a huge place with a courtyard. We just happened to ‘happen upon’ a … Continue reading
For the past few months, I’ve passed Inca Restaurant on many occasions. Each time I tugged on my husband’s shirt and said – “We have to try this place out, it looks fantastic!” But, as we all know, life gets … Continue reading
El Convento hotel in Leon Nicaragua maybe not be the real convent that stood in the same spot over two centuries ago, but they sure did a good job recreating it. For More Great Info Get Your Book NOW! .
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