Las niñas sonrientes de Santa Rosa de Copán

Let me explain the situation: it is the end of October 2017. We have bought our flights home, so we know exactly how much time we have in Central America, and it’s not a lot. And we have three countries left to explore. Sounds like a challenge, doesn’t it? Para finales de octubre de 2017 … Continue reading Las niñas sonrientes de Santa Rosa de Copán

Xelajú: revolución e independencia Si había dos cosas que nos quedamos con ganas de hacer en Xela fueron las siguientes: Subir al mirador y salir de fiesta. Two things we hadn't done on our previous visit to Xela and we wanted to do this time around were getting to the famous viewpoint and going out at night. Por … Continue reading Xelajú: revolución e independencia

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

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

Palenque, más que un lugar de paso

We already wrote about how our school works: the kids are there for two weeks of intensive studies (that's what we call a "plan") and then work at their homes for another two weeks. March had the longest plan, it was 3 weeks long because otherwise Easter would catch the kids at school, so we … Continue reading Palenque, más que un lugar de paso

Our Magical Mexican Day

It started just like every other day in Tulum. Waking up, getting dressed, having breakfast, talking to people. The only difference was us packing our bags, as we knew we had to keep heading south if we wanted to get to Guatemala in time. Our plan was to arrive at Chetumal, by the border, where we … Continue reading Our Magical Mexican Day