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Month 48

What a crazy month this one was. I transitioned from my Central American spring into my North American summer by tropical island hopping north-bound, from Roatan to Grand Cayman to Bermuda. That was the first half of the month. Then, after a quick spin around Upstate New York, I was island bound again, this time…

Month 48

Getting back on my roundup game! Thanks for putting up with my very tardy monthly wrap-ups. These are some of the juiciest, most comprehensive and most detail-filled posts I write, and hence, they take me a long time to put together. Hope you don't mind that they come served like fine wine... well-aged and with…

Diving in Barefoot: Scuba Diving Roatan with Barefoot Cay thumbnail

Five days in Roatan flew by. And while compiling my notes and photos for a post about my time there, I had to admit that quite frankly, I didn't squeeze much into them. I could blame the weather, or my partner-in-crime Rika (with whom I was too busy gossiping and giggling to be bothered to…

Roatan

It may not seem possible to those that are following along with my seemingly never-ending coverage from this adventure, but my four months in Central America felt like they truly flew by. As my plane touched down in Roatan, it felt like just yesterday that I'd landed in Managua. It was a meaningful place to…

Copan

Macaws. Mayan ruins. Men who wear cowboy hats unironically. Who wouldn't want to go to Copan? Actually, a lot of people. According to some statistics, Honduras is the least visited country in all of Central America. With under one million international visitors each year -- and the vast majority of those heading to the Bay…

Four Years of Travel

June is a pretty big month around these parts -- the 9th (yup, this post is a tad late, what else is new) marked four whole years in Wanderland. Four years since the day I took off from New York on a one-way ticket. Fourty-eight months since alexinwanderland.com went live. One thousand, four hundred and…

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