From Alaska to the very south of South America, I’m traveling mostly by motorbike to experience the land and soul of these vast continents. The details of the journey are anything but what I expected, yet the product is so valuable I would change not a thing. Here, I share the details and leave the product for you to discover.
June has me traveling from Cancun, Mexico to Lago de Jojoa in Honduras via Belize, Guatemala, and El Salvador. Notable events include: Traveled about 1600 miles I paid for a place to sleep — bed or camping — every night of the month except for one at a cost of $335 ($11.50 per night) I […]
The border crossing from San Ignacio, Belize into Guatemala is the major crossing point for riders going from Belize into Guatemala and vice versa. The Belizian border compound is organized and well-labeled. The officials often speak English and Spanish. The Guatemalan compound is rather chaotic and lacks the intuitive organization of Belize. The only setback […]
Everyone speaks so highly of Belize that it’s difficult not to have high expectations for the country. World-class diving, a beautiful coastline, incredible nature preserves: these are the wonders I have to expect. Belize is also the melting pot for America if ever I’ve seen one. People of every color course the streets of Belize. English is the official […]
The border crossing from Chetumal, Mexico into Belize is often called easy and straightforward. Officials on both sides of the border speak English. Both countries’ border compounds are well-labeled and attended by mostly-helpful people. Still, any border crossing can go bad without some preparation, and individual experiences seem to very greatly from official to official. […]