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How do you spell paradise? CORN ISLANDS

How do you spell paradise? CORN ISLANDS

We decided to take a break from Granada and explore the Corn Islands for a few days. We’ve only been here for the day and we’ve already extended our stay because it is so nice here! For those of you who have read our blog entries, last year, regarding the...
Belize

Belize

  Corozal Nach dem grandios verkackten Grenzübergang mussten wir uns erst einmal 2-3 Tage ausruhen und einfach mal nichts machen. Da kam uns das kleine verschlafene Corozal gerade wie gerufen. Bis auf einen kurzen Abstecher zur ortseigenen Ruine (Marke lohnt sich...
Mexiko, Land der Gegensätze

Mexiko, Land der Gegensätze

Vor lauter blauer Bubbel (welche durch den unglaublichen Google-Hack nur noch grösser wurden) ist unsere Reiseroute durch Mexiko kaum noch wahrnehmbar – nutzt den Schieber und spielt euch schlau ;)   Das war es also. Mexiko liegt hinter uns. Nach 180 Tagen (ok,...
Belize: Are we ruining it?

Belize: Are we ruining it?

Belize has been our briefest journey yet of all of our stops. We were in country for just a few weeks, but our experience there has left a lasting impact. I have been thinking about this for weeks, and finally decided to put thoughts to “paper”.  This is...
Belize

Belize

< ?xml version="1.0"?> We leave Guatemala and enter Belize a country which is completely different from the rest of Central America. The language in the former British Crown Colony is English and instead of kilometers or meters they have miles, yards and inches. Also...
Belize

Belize

< ?xml version="1.0"?> Wir verlassen Guatemala und betreten Belize, ein Land in dem alles anders ist als im Rest von Zentralamerika. In der einstigen britischen Kronkolonie (British Honduras) spricht man Englisch, Kilometer heißen hier Meilen und Meter sind...
60 miles off-road on the Madass

60 miles off-road on the Madass

So its been a while since we have shared a motorcycle story, so here goes one from Belize. We are a little behind on the blog, so bare with us :) We were camped for a few days in the very fun San Ignacio, Belize. It’s the jumping off point for a ton of touristy...
60 miles off-road on the Madass

60 miles off-road on the Madass

So its been a while since we have shared a motorcycle story, so here goes one from Belize. We are a little behind on the blog, so bare with us We were camped for a few days in the very fun San Ignacio, Belize. It’s the jumping off point for a ton of touristy...
Bringing a dog to Belize

Bringing a dog to Belize

Traveling with Syncro has been one of our highlights of this experience.  He is a part of the team and we spoil him like a little child.  We go through hoops to make sure he is well taken care of.  Whether that is making a sacrifice on where we stay so he can be with...

Desk to Glory Sticker Sale!

Stickers are now on sale for $3.00 including shipping anywhere in North America!  Stickers are available for purchase for a limited time only – until February 16, 2016. 500 4″ Diameter circle stickers will be available. The post Desk to Glory Sticker Sale!...
México: con los colores del Caribe

México: con los colores del Caribe

Belice hola y chau Todavía encantados con todo lo que nos pasó y conocimos en Guatemala, cruzamos la frontera con Belice, un país incógnita para nosotros que así se mantuvo ya que lo atravesamos en el día. Lo que pudimos ver en esas horas de carretera dentro del país...
Into the mouth of the serpent

Into the mouth of the serpent

After a somewhat snap decision to leave Belize, we found ourselves back in Mexico sooner than we had planned. First stop, the same campground we had stayed in prior to visiting Belize. It had been pretty windy on our first visit: And it was still windy the second time...
Machu Picchu and the humanity of it all.

Machu Picchu and the humanity of it all.

This is Mike…Quechua is the native language of the Inca and is still widely spoken in this region today. Machu Picchu in Quechua means “House of too many tourists trampling over each other for a photo op.” Just kidding, Machu Picchu actually means...
A journey into the underworld

A journey into the underworld

Like all good journeys into the depths of the underworld, this one started with a stay at a nice campground. San Ignacio did not disappoint. Sure, the town itself wasn’t anything spectacular. A typical tourist hub—full of restaurants, tour agencies and touts....