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2014 has just started so what are our plans? 2013 was the year that our travels really started, more than three years have passed since we decided together to travel around the world, and in October of last year it finally began. How did it all started? It all started three years ago with our […]

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There are so many ways one can chose to travel. We prefer to surf. We don’t surf with a board, actually, we are not even qualified to jump on top of one. No, we surf couches. Couchsurfing, or CS, is a global network of travellers and hosts who share their need for adventure and meeting new […]

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When you think of Guatemala, an image comes to mind, a colourful, messy, folky picture of old American school buses converted into the country’s backbone transport system: the “chicken” bus is an experience in itself. Often the cheapest way to travel, though not the safest, the chicken bus offers the unique opportunity to see inside Guatemalans’ […]

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Unpretentious like its name, Pasta per Caso (literally meaning “pasta by chance”) is a small italian trattoria, selling a simple menu and offering a petite and very cozy outside dinning area. There’s just a few seats, 12 in total, and the place gets full easily, which means you will eat side by side with other […]

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The day starts early and with the first sun rays and the birds’ chirp, the last few remainders of the night’s magic fly away. It’s time to prepare breakfast, there’s plenty of hungry mouths waiting to be fed. She left the masa resting during the night, covered by a cloth, and now it’s time to start moulding it into […]

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“For every ailment or difficulty on earth, the Spirits have provided a cure – you just have to find it.“ Don Elijio Panti. Elijio Panti was the last Maya Shaman or Doctor-priest of Belize. He died at the age of 103, after a rich life devoted to healing others, physically and spiritually. In our trip […]

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On the Western Highway, between Belize City and Belmopan and a few miles after Belize Zoo, there’s a little haven “where friends meet”. Amigo’s Restaurant and Bar is a relaxed place, with a simple but tasty menu offering local dishes, like tamales and burritos, or more westernised burgers and sandwiches, also being a hangout point […]

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