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Copan

Macaws. Mayan ruins. Men who wear cowboy unironically. Who wouldn't want to go to Copan? Actually, a lot of people. With under one million international visitors each year -- and the vast majority of those heading to the Bay Islands -- Honduras still retains an air of off-the-beaten-path authenticity that can be a little trickier…

Earning Abroad Surfing

Welcome back to Earning Abroad! In this series I’ll introduce you to some inspiring and ambitious friends I’ve met on the road — friends who have found viable work away from their home countries. I met some truly fantastic humans on recent travels through Central America. One of my favorites was a girl named Noelani…

Guatemala City

This might be the post I've been most excited to write from my entire six weeks in Guatemala -- it's also, fittingly, the last, which is usually what the best is saved for. Why am I so animated over this one? Well, Guatemala City doesn't have much of a reputation among travelers. Most, in fact…

Aruba

Ahhhhhhruba. That's how I felt when I got off the plane. I know this might sound funny to some people, but diving trips are hard work! We left Bonaire happy but exhausted -- in seven days we did seven dives, went on two snorkeling adventures, took a yoga class, survived a cave tour, drove up…

Semuc Champey, Guatemala

I remember the first time I heard about a magical place called Semuc Champey. I was literally on the other side of the world, in an idyllic swimming hole in Laos, and a Scandinavian girl I'd met on the road was telling me about a place she'd been that was even more beautiful, even more…

East Guatemala

With my two weeks in Belize up, it suddenly felt like I was in the home stretch of my Central America trip. With exactly three weeks left before my flight from Roatán to the Cayman Islands, it was time to sit down and plot a route that would eventually get me to that departure gate…

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