Monthly Archives: March 2014

Nicaragua

Nicaragua is mainly about volcanoes, so here follows a few pictures of Leon and Granada – the main tourist towns on the pacific coast – followed by several pictures of volcanoes both active and dormant. The most strenuous volcano hikes … Continue reading

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Honduras

We arrived in the charming town of Copan in order to visit the Copan ruins – a ten minute walk out of the town centre. This was the furthest south the Mayans came during their empire. Though there is little … Continue reading

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Guatemala

The classic view of Antigua Guatemala with the Arco de Santa Catalina in the foreground and the Volcán de Agua in the background. Reliable Joe posing as a drunk, though not all that unrealistically. Antigua is one of the few … Continue reading

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Caye Caulker, Belize

Welcome to paradise… or Caye Caulker as it’s better known. Luckily, the only things that are required to enter paradise once you actually get here is that you kick off your shoes and remember the island’s motto, which is “Go … Continue reading

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Tulum ruins, Quintana Roo

The ruins at Tulum are famous mostly for their location, looking out onto a pristine beach and the azure waters of the Caribbean. We darted through them (you do get ‘ruin fatigue’ after a while), and threw ourselves into the … Continue reading

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