Semuc Champey and the ruins of Tikal presented me with some of the best memories I’ve collected over the entire 8 months trip.
I can’t believe that it’s been 7 months of this trip of mine now. The time flows its own mysterious ways. It really is relative, this time thing. For example one minute during the last hour at work could take longer than that 20minutes of extra sleep in the morning when you need to wake up.
Has it happened to you many times like me that a mate recommended a movie in the pub and within the avalanche of other subjects mixed with few drinks – you have forgotten all about that recommendation?
Much has been written about both places, Lake Atitlán as well as the town of Antigua Guatemala, mostly in a positive fashion. I will try to explain what I’ve liked about both places and why one of them is special.
Some might believe that May Day is some sort of Bolshevik propaganda. Growing up in the totalitarian regime on the other side of Iron Curtain,
This is an extension of a previous piece written on Granada vs León. It describes some crazy events from Nicaragua’s vibrant history.