I attended the destination wedding for my college friends in the northwest of Costa Rica and had a blast. Click here to read about the multi-day event.
Before venturing to the coast for a wedding, I spent 2 days in the northwest Costa Rican town of Liberia and the surrounding UNESCO World Heritage forests and volcanoes. Click here to read about my trip.
For the second half of my El Salvador trip, I saw more of San Salvador and ventured to the country’s famous beaches.
Over Christmas, I ventured to the complex Central American country of El Salvador with business school friend Roberto as my guide. I visited the busy capital and a nearby lake.
My final day in Honduras was spent in San Pedro Sula, the economic engine of the country and former most dangerous city in the world. Click here to read about my adventure in this non-touristy part of Honduras.
Copan is the star attraction of mainland Honduras. In addition to some of the world’s best Mayan ruins, Copan also has a cute colonial town. Click here to read about my trip to and around Copan, Honduras.
Just 90 minutes south of the US/Mexico border in San Diego is the chill port city of Ensenada and Mexico´s most famous wine region. Click here to read about this undiscovered gem that is so close to Southern California.
I took two weeks of Spanish classes in the beautiful town of Antigua Guatemala. If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like, click here.
New blog post on my two-day climb of Guatemala’s 13,045 ft tall Acatenango. Not only did I summit the third tallest peak in Central America but I also go to watch an active volcano erupt!!! Click here to read the story.
I took a day trip to the Texas/Mexico border. There, I saw an unusual lake and had an intense encounter with the US Border Patrol. Click here to read about it.