Latin America is enormous and you can easily spend over half a year to explore the surroundings. After I graduated for my tourism degree I wandered around for 7 months, starting in Argentina and finishing in Mexico, and I brought my camera to capture the wonderful views. ...read more!
I arrived at Mar e Iguana hostel not knowing what to expect. Maybe a couple of Rastafarian people hanging at the bar or maybe some Iguanas making this place feel like home once I arrive? However, when I saw the website I knew it was going to be a very relaxed place close to the beach, but I did not know it would be so cool as it actually really was! ...read more!
Having just arrived to Bocas del Toro I thought it would be good to walk around and explore town a bit. At first I wandered around and did not even notice the diving school until I turned around and walked right up to a sign saying “The Dutch Pirate”. I believe the name was very appealing to me but on the other hand also repelling since I tend to avoid Dutch things while being abroad. I decided to enter the Dutch pirate’s office anyway to find out what my destiny here in Bocas was. …read more!
I have just arrived to Panama. I got on a bus in the morning in Costa Rica called Tracopa, which took me from Palmar Norte to David. Well, actually first I had to take a boat trip since I was still on the Peninsula de Osa, followed by a taxi collectivo to Palmar Norte and the Tracopa bus from there off to the second largest city of Panama named David.