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 […]
I’m in Antigua for a few days, enduring the rainy afternoons and enjoying walks on the cobblestone streets. I eat breakfasts in the market from ladies who practically yell at me to eat in their stall. The market in Antigua is also home to the most abundant selection of tropical fruit I’ve seen yet. Star fruit, […]
I can’t say enough about the amazing hospitality, food, and accommodations at Zephyr Lodge. Everything about the place — a full restaurant and bar, swimming pool, billiards table, hammocks — makes it easy to stay and never leave the comforts of the property. In this video, a group of us from the lodge take to […]
The pyramids at Tikal are my new favorite Mayan ruins. Palenque previously held this title over Kabah and even over the world-famous Chichen Itza for many of the same reasons that I now call Tikal the best. Set in the jungle and rolling hills of northern Guatemala, the Tikal ruins sprawl over enough land to […]