Tag Archives: Central America
As I mentioned in a previous post, before I traveled to Guatemala I read the warnings and tips on the U. S. Department of State’s website. Here’s one: Large demonstrations occur throughout Guatemala, often with little or no notice, and … Continue reading
During our trip in Honduras, there was a waterfall we wanted to hike to. Unbelievable Falls is double drop waterfall that’s 100 feet high. In order to reach it, you have to enter the Pico Bonito National Park, one of Central … Continue reading
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I’m starting a new book this evening. I don’t want to mention which one since I’ll have to admit how far behind I am in writing my book reviews. But I will say that I wish I was here so … Continue reading
Since WordPress finally posted the theme for this week’s photo challenge I am combining my daily travel photo and the theme, which is blue. As I sat by the pool in Guatemala I watched this volcano smoke And then I … Continue reading
One of the most difficult hikes I have ever done was hike to the top of Pacaya, an active volcano in Guatemala. The views were amazing though. This photo was taken near the top. And this photo is of the … Continue reading
This week’s letter for Frizztext’s A-Z archive photo challenge is M. While in Guatemala, we hiked the Pacaya Volcano, which is an active volcano. The hike to the top was quite a challenge, but seeing the molten lava flowing from this … Continue reading
Yesterday I posted a photo of a snake to see if you could spot him. Here is a better photo of this delightful creature. I’m not a huge fan of snakes, but I thought this one was cute.