Nicaragua: How Much Did We Spend?

Nicaragua is an absolutely amazing country, from the moment I stepped off our bus and into the hustle and bustle of Rivas I fell in love. Whether it be the the music, food, history, or people I couldn’t get enough. Nicaragua quickly took a piece of my soul, enveloping me in it’s beautiful culture and […]

10 Realities of Traveling with Your Significant Other

We’re halfway through our adventure through Central America, we still haven’t killed each other, I’ve discovered that there are certain realities that come with traveling with your significant other. Here are ten realities I’ve discovered while traveling with Eli. Privacy does not exist. You will hear, see, and smell things that you wish you could […]

Ballin’ on a Budget: Boquete

Boquete is a small town nestled in the mountains of the Chiriqui Province in Panama. With its landscape packed full of waterfalls and hikes, an active Volcano, and modest temperatures Boquete is an adventurer’s paradise. It was the perfect place for our wallets to take a break after our trip to Bocas. Getting to Boquete […]

How would we survive without Panamanian Netflix?!

Things have been.. different since we have moved from Bocas to Boquete. We arrived at our workaway to an owner who had absolutely no idea we were coming, the lady who coordinates volunteers is out of town, and the owner didn’t think it would be important to read his hostel emails. After scanning through our […]

What NOT to pack when traveling through Central America

Pretty much everything that Eli and I packed (clothing wise). I´m a planner, always have been, so naturally when we decided to travel to Central America I spent hours researching. I know I will always look like a tourist, there´s no way to hide it, I just don’t ever want to be THAT tourist. You […]

Puerto Lindo: The village that drop kicked us right out of our comfort zone

Our first workaway was in the tiny village of Puerto Lindo. I’ve never really thought of how small a village is until we got to Puerto Lindo, with all one hundred residences she is definitely a village. Puerto Lindo was really cool because there was a mix of Spanish and caribe culture. The houses were […]