Month: February 2017

Still cringing about Semuc

Still cringing about Semuc

We arrived at the Utopia Lodge, just outside of Semuc Champey after dark which I always love as you wake up the next morning to a place full of life that you are yet to explore. Utopia is set in the midst of the forest […]

Tikal: Temples & Tarantulas

Tikal: Temples & Tarantulas

Guatemala is often referred to as The Mayan Heart of the Americas. There are endless historical sites where you can wander around the remains of what were once Mayan empires. After travelling for fourteen months though, the travel fatigue well and truly kicks in and […]

Beautiful Belize but beware of the beach

Beautiful Belize but beware of the beach

“If you came to Belize in search of sparkling blue waters, delicious fresh seafood, fauna-rich forests and affordable prices, look no further than Sarteneja” said The Lonely Planet. Hence why we are here. This beautiful little fishing village on the northern tip of Belize is undoubtedly […]

Blissful Bacalar

Blissful Bacalar

I have never been what you would call a nature girl and camping has always been quite firmly out of the question but when I saw Hunab Ku campsite online, I knew I had to wake up to this view every morning and the prospect […]

Hello Mexico!

Hello Mexico!

So we have arrived in the land of fajitas and margaritas (eeeee!) Hello Mexico! We decided to bypass Cancun and Playa del Carmen in the hope of finding somewhere a little less touristy down the coast so we ended up in Tulum, a thirteenth century Mayan […]

Austin Powers – I’m not gonna lie, it grabbed me

Austin Powers – I’m not gonna lie, it grabbed me

Sorry about the title but it just had to happen. Before arriving in Austin, state capital of Texas, I had no expectations or preconceived ideas, which is usually the best way and as soon as I arrived I felt good vibes from all directions. On […]