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San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua: What To Do & Where To Eat

I recently spent three days in San Juan Del Sur, a colourful beach town in the South-West of Nicaragua. It was my first time in Nicaragua and I must say I was pleasantly surprised. Because of all the negative rumours… Continue Reading…


Day 58-62/180: The Beach Day – Living Life in Costa Rica

By the time my stay in Montezuma was coming to an end, I was more than ready to get back on the road. Even though I’d had a pretty good time there, worsening allergies and isolation (try living car-less on… Continue Reading…


Top 5 Things To Do When Visiting Montezuma, Costa Rica

Montezuma is a small but quaint village in Puntarenas, a province on the Pacific side of Costa Rica. At first sight, you wouldn’t think there’s much to do in a quiet place like this, but I have found that the… Continue Reading…


Montezuma Waterfalls, Costa Rica: A Complete Guide

Montezuma may be a tiny fishing village, but it harbours a magnificent network of waterfalls, natural pools and mountain rivers. It’s the number one activity in this town that you simply cannot skip. I think I visited a total of… Continue Reading…


Day 26-57/180: The Cute Couple – Living Life in Costa Rica

I’ve decided to write one single diary post about my month in Montezuma, because I’m simply too behind with everything to divide it up any further. Wish me luck in trying to fit in all the details without making you… Continue Reading…


Must-See in Bocas Del Toro, Panama: Red Frog Beach

I wasn’t THE biggest fan of Bocas Del Toro, but I will never forget my trip to Red Frog Beach. When it comes to secluded jungle beaches, this is a true hidden gem amongst the Caribbean coast. I have another… Continue Reading…


7 Fun & Affordable Activities In Bocas Del Toro, Panama

If you’re planning on visiting Bocas del Toro, I can already tell you that you’re in for an adventure. From spotting dolphins in the wild to exploring deserted islands: Bocas del Toro has a lot more activities to offer than… Continue Reading…


Living In A Tent On An Island In Panama – Daily Routine

Did you know that the first Airbnb I booked for my 6-month trip to Costa Rica was a tent in Panama? Are you confused, because I am. No, it’s actually pretty simple. I knew I had to cross the border… Continue Reading…


Day 21-26/180: The Camping Experience – Living Life in Costa Rica

My week in Panama went by in a haze. If I didn’t already feel like I had stepped into another world then I sure felt like it now. Remember how I was talking about the poor state of the houses… Continue Reading…


Day 14-21/180: The Downpour – Living Life in Costa Rica

It’s remarkable how quickly humans adapt to a new environment. If you’ve read my previous diary entry, you’ll know that I was struggling to adjust to the undomesticated lifestyle in Puerto Viejo. Yes, I love nature, but I never really… Continue Reading…