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Bonaire

Greetings from the Caribbean! As those of you following along on Instagram and Facebook know, I've spent the past week on the island of Bonaire, one of the world's top dive destinations. This Dutch outpost, neighboring more developed neighbors Aruba and Curaçao, has been high on my bucket list for quite some time due to…

Caye Caulker

"There's not much to do on Caye Caulker." I heard it over and over again while planning my family trip there, and have read it and heard it more since departing. People don't say it as a complaint, just a characteristic of this tiny, charming little island. If you're looking for action, convention Belize tourism…

Lake Atitlan

Month 46 was dedicated entirely to Guatemala, as I slowly worked my way from El Salvador toward the Belizean border. Guatemala was the last Central American country I had yet to visit, and probably one of the most anticipated arrivals. Perhaps that's too much for a place to live up to, as I don't gush…

Caye Caulker

Before arriving in Caye Caulker, we had next to no plans on our agenda. While there's plenty to do on the island (a post of all that we got up to on Caye Caulker is coming up soon), we figured we'd just wing it. But there was one thing I knew for sure we'd have…

Yoga

One of the things I love about blogging is it forces me to sit quietly and reflect on my travels; to aggressively over-analyze my trips, and to recognize changes in myself and my travel style over time. Upon reliving my recent five months in Central America, I’ve come to the undeniable conclusion that this trip…

Week 215

Happy Sunday! This morning, I woke up on the beautiful Caribbean island of Bonaire for the first time ever. I'm so excited to be exploring a new country... from above and below the water. But more on that in a minute. I spent the past week upstate in Albany, preparing to leave on this trip…

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