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Independent and optimistic, I believe in following your dreams and have been doing just that, traveling the world for the last 9 years. British by birth (albeit in Hong Kong), my personality, outake and accent is coloured by my experiences and connections with so many diverse cultures. I love the ocean and when not submerged on scuba, there´s little better than relaxing with a glass of red wine and watching the sunset over a glassy sea in the company of good friends.
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Legoland, Denmark - it´s all made of tiny plastic bricks. How crazy is that?
Sipping greasy (and disgusting) camel-milk tea with a family of nomads in the middle of a howling desert storm in Mongolia.
Take the plunge and do your own thing instead of taking tours all the time. It can be time consuming but experiences with ´off the tourist-track´ locals will be some of the most memorable.
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Microbuses to Monterrico, costing $1.25, leave every 20 minutes (6 a.m. to 6 p.m.) across the bride in Pueblo Viejo, ......Read More
Most tourists to Iztapa are gunning for sailfish and stay at exclusive lodges near the Puerto Quetzal marina, a two ......Read More
The Pacific Coast is a fairly safe part of Guatemala, as far as this country goes, especially in the small ......Read More
Population: 4,000 A small collection of slowly rusting boats is testament to the dying legacy of the first seaport in ......Read More
Bus connections from the border through to other towns are pretty good so there is little reason to have to ......Read More
The town of Tilapa is friendly and laid back but unremarkable so it’s best to head straight for the beach. ......Read More
Situated on a barrier island in the Pacific Coast, the deluxe and professionally run Sailfish Bay Lodge is well set ......Read More
At Pacific Fins Resort, it is all about the fishing. Boasting a team of experienced and determined captains, six boats ......Read More
Despite its large size, Buena Vista still manages to make you feel at home, largely due to the efforts of ......Read More
La Luna may not be winning prizes for food presentation but the homemade Guatemalan or Chinese meals are tasty and ......Read More
Huge, blue, wooden gates welcome you into a down-to-earth local restaurant with wooden tables and plastic chairs. A variety of ......Read More
For a choice of European and Guatemalan cuisine, Posada Don José is the best place to come to. The food ......Read More
Sailfish. The holy grail of deep sea fisherman and found in such numbers off the coast of Iztapa that it ......Read More
Best seen, if seen at all, on a day trip from Guatemala City, Lago de Amatitlán will leave most tourists ......Read More
The wetlands encompasses 13,500 hectares of different eco-systems including swamps, mangroves, rivers and volcanic sand beaches. It is also a ......Read More
This is the only tour company that has a base in Reu as well as in Guatemala City. The shop ......Read More
INGUAT do not have an office in Reu yet but there is a representative based here who is very helpful. ......Read More
There is no tourist office in Santa Lucía but the Municipality Office (north side of the central park) can help ......Read More
Monterrico is not known for its shopping but there are a couple of special places. Violeta paints watercolors on silk ......Read More
There are four main volunteer opportunities in San Marcos. Soul Projects (www.soulprojects.org) is half forest, meditation retreat and half Mayan ......Read More
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