Colores, pureza y sincretismo

Si hay algo que siempre me ha flipado muchísimo, me fascina y codifica gran parte de mis viajes, son los templos religiosos. Criado con el programa de Peridis: ‘Las claves del Románico’, al cual llegué a agarrar bastante manía, desde pequeñito me enseñaron (al principio sólo lo intentaron) a valorar estos centros de espiritualidad y … Continue reading Colores, pureza y sincretismo

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The Nicaraguan Pacific: A Turtle Paradise

Hi there! This is a bit of a different post - we will tell you about everything we learnt at the gorgeous beach of La Flor, at Nicaragua's Pacific Coast because we need to share all we know about sea turtles, fascinating animals who endure a life full of dangers and risks; we believe raising … Continue reading The Nicaraguan Pacific: A Turtle Paradise

Exploring Huehuetenango

When we got to Huehue we knew one thing: we had a place to stay overnight thanks to Couchsurfing. That was all. We didn’t know how much time we’d stay there or what we would see around there. We had actually just come as a step towards the border, as we needed to stamp our … Continue reading Exploring Huehuetenango

Voluntariado en el Ixcán, Guatemala

El curso de Música en ‘La Casa de la Esperanza’ acabó en junio. Aunque enseñar música no era la única tarea que yo llevaba a cabo en el Instituto, es cierto que era la principal. Por ello, acabado el plan de junio, decidí embarcarme en una nueva aventura educativa y social. Gracias al apoyo de … Continue reading Voluntariado en el Ixcán, Guatemala

El Caribe Hondureño y los Garífunas

‘Honduras es muy peligroso’, decían. ‘Os van a secuestrar las maras’, nos advertían. ‘Encantado de haberos conocido’, se despidieron. ¿Sabéis cuál fue el gran error que estas personas cometieron al hacer tales afirmaciones? No habían visitado Honduras. Honduras is extremely dangerous’, they said. ‘You’ll get kidnapped by a mara’, they said. ‘It was nice meeting … Continue reading El Caribe Hondureño y los Garífunas

Wonderful Waterfalls in Chiapas II: Agua Azul

We knew that it would be impossible for us to visit Agua Azul ("blue water") before leaving Palenque, because they were too far out of the city and we were running out of time. We said good bye to Ale and headed to the petrol station, where a very special boy we'd met the day … Continue reading Wonderful Waterfalls in Chiapas II: Agua Azul

Wonderful Waterfalls in Chiapas I: Roberto Barrios

Our initial plan was staying in Palenque for a relatively short time, just enough to see the town and the ruins. However, we found out there were at least two waterfalls near Palenque that we could visit. Apparently, the most impressive ones were Agua Azul ("blue water"), but they were quite touristy and very far … Continue reading Wonderful Waterfalls in Chiapas I: Roberto Barrios