I was sitting in a dark and quiet street of San Salvador at 3:45 in the morning, waiting for the 5am bus coming from Mexico. Just me and my friend and a bunch of fellow backpackers filling out immigration papers, left in the empty streets of a big city in the middle of the night. Gotta love adventures! [...]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D4yI4jFU6GY The surf of El Tunco, El Salvador.
The night bus from Flores to Guatemala City was cold and uncomfortable. AC blowing out from every possible slots and very tightly fit seats made it impossible to sleep. However, we made it to the city at 5am where we transferred by taxi to another bus terminal. The streets were already busy with working chapins who got ready for [...]
Guatemala is home to 2 mountain ranges, a multitude of rivers, tropical jungles, lakes and 33 volcanoes (3 still active). The country offers a rich and distinctive culture due to a millennium of Mayan civilization and 3 centuries of Spanish colonial rule. Along with the diverse history, the economy, politics, crafts, architecture, natural beauty of the [...]
YVR-LAX-IAH-BZE I naively thought that with all those years of travelling I somewhat got immune to the traveller's bug. Well apparently not: I got poisoned in my own country with some old Chinese food that was surviving the day in the chaffers at the airport's food court. It was a battle of all travels, between [...]