Travel Tips & Tricks: Hailing a Cab in Central America

Nervous to take a taxi in a Central America? I feel ya. Before leaving for Central America I read many blogs warning to stay away from taxis, that the drivers will lie and steal from you. Luckily this never happened to me and I found my taxi rides to be quiet informing and enjoyable. Bumping […]

Only in Central America Pt. 2: Things that Would Never Fly at Home

Hello lovelies! A few weeks ago I wrote a list of things that happen in Central America that would never fly at home (Part One). They are the quirky little things that make Central America well.. Central America. And with that really great, detailed description here is part two! Nicaragua When I first started driving […]

Only in Central America Pt. 1: Things that would Never Fly at Home

After three and a half months of traveling through Central America I’ve seen and experienced a lot. I’ve immersed myself in different foods, cultures, and langauge. I’ve seen the similarities between countries and the extreme differences. I’ve found that there are a lot of quirky things that go on in Central America that would never […]

DIY Border Crossing: Panama to Costa Rica

After two weeks of eating way too much, devouring all that Netflix had to offer, lots of kitty snuggles, and straight up laziness Eli and I decided it was time to go. Though we love to have our lazy days that’s something we can do at home and we felt like we were wasting time […]

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 […]

Bocas del Toro: We’re never leaving 

Eli is officially better (has been) and we are lounging in island paradise, all is right with the world once more. After leaving Puerto Lindo we spent days trying to figure out where exactly to go from there. Our next workaway wasn’t for ten days. We decided to go to Bocas del Toro earlier that […]