Monthly Archives: May 2014
Capurganá, Santa Fe de Antioquia & Bogotá
I returned to Panama in order to take a boat to Colombia and visit Bogota before ending my South American trip. I had a nice time spending six nights in Casco Viejo (Old Town) in Panama City and three nights in the San Blas Archipelago.
Belize, a small and peaceful country has more similarities with the Caribbean than Central America. I spent six nights in San Ignacio and Caye Caulker enjoying caving, tubing, snorkeling and a scenic flight over the world’s second largest barrier reef and the Blue Hole.
May 13 – 19: Itzapa, Rio Dulce, Poptun & Tikal
Guatemala with its rich history and abundant biologically significant and unique ecosystems has been on my wish-list for two decades. My plan to visit Guatemala and Copan, Honduras in 10 days fell through a decade ago. Being a lady of leisure without a job, I am able to spend more time to discover the country.
Ignorance can be a blessing. I know nothing about El Salvador and have no expectation at all. After having spent four days in Suchitoto, a lovely and tranquil colonial city and Los Cabanos, an authentic fishing village on the Pacific Ocean El Salvador has made a great impression on me and I love to return … Continue reading