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Itinerário América Central

Um resumo da América Central

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  América Central   Trajeto realizado em nossa passagem pela América Central.   Quilometragem total: 6.948km Panamá – 2.266km Costa Rica – 1.144km Nicarágua – 820km Honduras – 656km Guatemala – 1.447km Belize – 615km   Dias total: 72 dias…
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Nicaragua-Honduras: Un peu de tout!

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De plage en plage, nous traversons le Nicaragua du sud au nord. Il fait très chaud sur la côte Pacifique au mois de mai mais de belles rencontres nous rafraichissent l’esprit. Au Honduras nous varions les décors, passant par la…
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Honduras

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Oh Honduras ! This also is Honduras. Banana Republic, Mosquito Coast, drug highway and danger. That is what came to my mind when we crossed the border from Guatemala to Honduras. We had enjoyed Guatemala for the most part and…
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Honduras to Guatemala

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After three extra days at D&D Brewery at Lago Yojoa it was time again to drive to the Guatemalan border, El Florido. With no intention to spend another night on the dusty futbol field across from Copan ruins, at 7:30…

Almost crossed the border

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Almost crossed the border from Honduras to Guatemala, almost. The Copan crossing is quite different from all the other ones in Honduras, it’s clean, civilized and fast. Checked out from Honduras in ten minutes and got passport stamped in to…

Honduras to Guatemala drive

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After three extra days at D&D Brewery at Lago Yojoa it was time again to drive to the Guatemalan border, El Florido. With no intention to spend another night on the dusty futbol field across from Copan ruins, at 7:30…

Tigo vs Tigo

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As you blast down the Panam Hwy sooner than later you’ll realize that having a constant internet package in pocket is more affordable and easier than one would think. Coming from Canada one just cannot wonder how come that a…

Honduras -Nicaragua- Honduras border crossings

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You noticed it well, did it both ways. Leaving Honduras is pretty straight forward and fast . Get exit stamp for passport and turn in car importation paper. I mean you hand over the car paper, the guy looks at…
International border between Panama and Costa Rica

Bordering on insanity?

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International border between Panama and Costa Rica (in a Portacabin) (this post is a little longer than most – just in case you want to make a coffee before reading it) It is well known amongst overland travellers with vehicles…
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Pico Bonito National Park Honduras

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There are several roads going up to Pico Bonito National Park, we drove up from La Ceiba few times along the Cangrejal river. The road is a decent ride, unpaved but acceptable surface in dry weather. There is a visitor…
the pyramid of the sun, the world's third largest pyramid, in Teotihuacan, Mexico

Close-up

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While having to wait between dentist appointments I scooped out my macro lens and took some close-up photos of whatever laid around arm length. I use a Tamron 90 mm F/2.8 lens with 1:1 life-size magnification. For larger than life…
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Ants

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I watch these ants every night marching down from an almond tree and cutting through the field, taking home a bit of food. It’s like a two way traffic on a busy interstate highway. First I tried to catch them…
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Extending CA-4

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So yeah, we ended up extending our CA-4 visas in Honduras. The whole thing was very simple and easy at the local tourist office in La Ceiba. If you go early in the morning, by noon you will walk out…
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Ruínas de Copán

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Hoje (26/03/15) visitamos as Ruínas Mayas de Copán, que foram declaradas patrimônio da humanidade pela Unesco em 1980, mas para chegar lá tivemos primeiro que cruzar a fronteira para Honduras, já que o sítio arqueológico está localizado no Município de…
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Compreendendo a América Central

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A América Central, nossa localização atual, é um istmo (estreito) que une a América do Sul a América do Norte. Este subcontinente americano está dividido em duas partes: a continental e a insular. A parte continental se constitui de 7…
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Heartworm

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We picked up some heartworm medicine for Blaze from the vet in La Ceiba and finally we had the chance to see what would happen if we would neglect the monthly treatment. The vet had some real dog heart kept…
From the doors of San Miguel de Allende to the artisan crafts of Guatemala and now garifuna boats. There is always sonething to lay the camera lens on without resuming […]

garifuna boats

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From the doors of San Miguel de Allende to the artisan crafts of Guatemala and now garifuna boats. There is always sonething to lay the camera lens on without resuming to endless selfies. I got even asked once “you don’t…

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