Archive for July, 2013

Stop telling yourself “I can’t”

July 23, 2013 | By | 1 Reply More
Stop telling yourself “I can’t”

You can live in paradise, wake up in the morning, and run on the beach if you want. This isn’t an escape, it’s a lifestyle designed. Instead of saying “I can’t because I’m broke” or “I can’t because I have kids” ask yourself “What can I do to make my dreams come true?” By asking […]

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7 Tips To Reduce Spending On The Road

July 15, 2013 | By | 7 Replies More
7 Tips To Reduce Spending On The Road

I’m hanging out on the beach in Costa Rica working on my blog and thinking about how to lower my expenses. This country is expensive for budget travelers especially coming from Nicaragua or Guatemala where the dollar can stretch further. After being on the go for a few weeks, I decided to take it easy. […]

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Homestay With A Mayan family

July 10, 2013 | By | 3 Replies More
Homestay With A Mayan family

When I was in Guatemala I did a homestay with a Mayan family in the town of San Juan on Lake Atitlán. A homestay is an experience where you can live with a host family to study abroad, learn a new language, and exchange cultures. Families will often host visitors to supplement their income and […]

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Bike Costa Rica, Panama, then sail to Colombia

July 8, 2013 | By | 12 Replies More
Bike Costa Rica, Panama, then sail to Colombia

Hola amigos! I’ve been on the road for almost three months now without using guidebooks or advance planning. I’ve been flying by the seat of my pants asking other travelers about their experiences and volunteer projects, then figuring out where to go next. It’s worked out quite smoothly so far. Everyday has been a new […]

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Epic Sunrise Viewing Fail

July 1, 2013 | By | 1 Reply More
Epic Sunrise Viewing Fail

I love watching the sunrise. It’s a beautiful way to start the day and energize the soul. Every one is so different depending on the clouds in the sky and whats in view of the horizon. A few of my favorite moments where in Tulum Mexico and in the Grand Canyon. I’ve been pretty lucky […]

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