Travel Blog

“Traveling – it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.” – Ibn Battuta

Guatemala

Guatemala

So, its been quite a while since I have last shared stories from our travels. As most of you already know, we took a couple months off, worked a bit, celebrated holidays with friends and family, and are now back…

We’re Baacckkkkkk!!!!

The People have spoken! So, we best give the people what they want! Last time we last spoke we were just about to leave our beloved Mexico to enter Guatemala! Well, a lot has happened since then, in fact a…

Chiapas

Exploring Chiapas

As you may know from reading my previous blogs, Chiapas is the state in Mexico I had been looking forward to most. It’s the southernmost territory bordering Guatemala, and I was introduced to this place before we left for our…

As many of you may know, I love to geek out on the band Phish, and I am sure there are many other phans out there that can relate. Our website is intended to be a travel blog, but in…

Yucatan

*Disclaimer: Long term travel is certainly not for the faint of heart! This blog is about the not so fun parts of traveling in a truck; the way we often glorify travel, and the reality of its ups and downs,…

Oaxaca

Inland Oaxaca

We spent three weeks cruising the coast of Oaxaca and enjoyed every second of it. It had been months since we had been on the pacific coast and we were longing for the ocean. When it was time to say…

Volcan de Fuego

Important Note: Before I share this story, I would like to let you all know that in conjunction with a group of students in Antigua, we have created a GoFundMe campaign in an effort to raise funds that will go…

Oaxaca

The Oaxaca Coast

Intro If you were to see our overall travel route on a map you might look at it and think to yourself; huh? That doesn’t seem right. Well, in order to meet up with family vacationing in Belize, we had…

Yucatan

Cenotes As much as I enjoyed all the places we visited while exploring the Yucatan, I think my favorite part of the peninsula were the cenotes. Cenotes, if you are unfamiliar, are underground caverns, caves and swimming holes filled with…

Celestun

The Yucatan Peninsula

Our month in Belize was a real treat. We got to spend time with family, party it up on a couple laid back Caribbean islands, explore some amazing national parks, and even spend a week camping on a beautiful secluded…