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Fire and Water

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DanWe departed the beach and headed to Lago de Apoyo (lago meaning lake in Spanish and Apoyo means, well Apoyo) a large permanently warm volcanic crater lake (but you already knew it was a lake). Our accommodation, the slightly…
Picnic stop with a view

Because I’m worth it

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Picnic stop with a view – Lago Nordernskjold, Torres del Paine national park, Chile.Esquel, Patagonia, Argentina [by Jeremy] Well, we’re here now. I suppose we better go and see what all the fuss is about. There are some places…
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El Salvador Christmas Vacation

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Dan Can’t say that crossing into El Salvador was difficult but it was worryingly disorganized, with the exception of the official that met us when we first entered and guided us through the initial part of the process. After that…
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The End of Vacation

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Rice. Beans.Tortillas. Beer. Rice. Beans. Tortillas. Beer. Rice. Beans…..Fried Chicken….Beer…. It’s two months into our trip and this diet has been on repeat for weeks. For anyone that’s travelled in Latin America, you may know what it feels like to…
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Hiking Half Dome – Yosemite National Park

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We are on the rim of the immense glacier carved valley in the bright sun and wind, gripping steel cables through rubberized gloves, barely balanced on an arching back of pale granite, breathing thin air that catches in our lungs…
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You Shook Me All Night Long

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HeatherWe rolled into the Antigua tourist police compound with our brakes steaming a little, our first task was to chat to the policeman and find a mechanic.  While our rotors were being turned and front brake pads sourced, we…
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Tikal My Fancy

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Dan There is not too much to say about Tikal, it is stunning, the jungle, the ruins, the monkeys, it rightly deserves its place as a must see destination. The drive there was long but we had great company in…
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Costa Rica: Bring your camera

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A short drive past the border from Nicaraugua found us turning off the main road onto rough gravel, winding through a small town with kids out playing, back through woods and small concrete bridges, eventually pulling into the driveway of…
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Take a Guide or You Might Die

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Dan After having limited success independently hiking in Mexico, we were apprehensive about the opportunities that awaited us in Guatemala. We lined up three potential hikes for the first week, two out of the three recommended guides, both because of…
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On the road to Whistler

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Not being fans of crummy weather, the advantage of living in a house with wheels is that you can relocate to drier climates as it takes your fancy.This is why we left Banff slightly sooner than initially planned, but…
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Trekking in the High Tatras

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Walking up to Morksie Oro, the famous crystal blue lake in the Polish Tatras had been something that we had looked forward to throughout our time in the country. Upon arrival, however, we learned that dogs are not allowed into…
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Camping For Dummies

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The Canadian Parents Our original idea when we were planning our trip to join the kids in California with Ann, Gaz, Dalton and I was to rent an RV and drive it from Vegas to San Francisco along with the…
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2 Limeys Yanked around America

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The English ParentsImpressions of Las Vegas…. Well, should it be Las or should it be Flash Vegas? At any rate it’s certainly bright, brash and loud and in amongst the tourists are some of the weirdest people to be…
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Baños, Ecuador

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In my tourist guide book for South America there are highlights listed for each country. And while I try to visit some of them, it’s not always possible to get to see them all. There six places listed for Ecuador,…
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Yosemite

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Dan   We arrived in Yosemite via the Tioga pass, the drive was stunning, I am sure there were oooh and aahhhs from the parental car, but can’t be sure as they turned their walkie talkie off not the first…

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