Tuesday
Apr242018

Mexico City: How Big, How Blue, How  Beautiful

Flickr | Paul SullivanThe first thing you notice, touching down in Mexico City, is the blue. Splurges of it, all over the city, like British bluebells in May. These are the jacaranda trees. Unlike bluebells they bloom in Mexico and Central America from late February to early April, a narrow window of opportunity which we were fortunate enough to experience.

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Tuesday
Aug082017

Scenery and  Sunburn

This week has been quite simply amazing, filled with incredible scenery, breath-taking experiences and embarrassing sunburn!

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Friday
Jul282017

Jumping From  Bridges

Latin America is not a concept that you can describe in a couple of words. It’s more a phenomenon that you need to be part of, if you ever want to understand it. It might be the singing couple in the river town Rio Dulce, kid who plays with his dog in San Pedro Sula, or an old woman climbing up the stairs in San Cristobal de Las Casas – you won’t understand it, unless you experience it.

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Wednesday
May312017

Trail Volunteers Join Camp  Osita

After 6 weeks of high intensity travel through Central America, I arrived at Camposita. The turtles, primates and big cats conservation project in Costa Rica practically wired me to expect the unexpected - or at least feel a constant uncertainty and excitement.

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Tuesday
May232017

Top Tips For Travelling Central  America

We have been travelling through Central America for six week and in this precise moment we are on our last transfer to Puerto Jimenez, in Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula, where the group will start their volunteering with the Costa Rica Big Cats and Primates project.

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