A Guatemalan Historical Site You Shouldn't Miss - Antigua, Guatemala

A Guatemalan Historical Site You Shouldn’t Miss – Antigua, Guatemala

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A must see Guatemalan historical site is Antigua, Guatemala.  It’s one the oldest and shining examples of early Spanish colonial city planning in Latin America.  A basic grid plan that dates back to 1543!   Its religious, private and government buildings are some of the best preserved Spanish colonial architecture in Guatemala.  Walking on its cobblestone streets […]

The Real Meaning of Pura Vida – Costa Rican Point Of View & Tamarindo

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We left San Juan Del Sur for the Costa Rican border with the usual uneasy feeling of a problematic day. Not because we are pessimists, but simply because it’s like a box of chocolates… you never know what you’re gonna’ get. If we were crossing with a backpack it wouldn’t be as bad. However, a […]

The Colonial Town Of Antigua, Guatemala

The Colonial Town Of Antigua, Guatemala

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Antigua, Guatemala.  A city with rich culture and beautiful cobblestone streets was just the place we were looking for to get away from the hustle and bustle of Cancun and the Yucatan.  The city has mostly cobble stone streets with multi-colored buildings one right next to another. There are 22 large cathedrals, 11 monasteries, and 14 […]