No more chicken buses, you get robbed on those. I´m back to the roots and hitchhiking my way down Central America.
I have to admitt hat after the last time I traveled in Guatemala and got robbed atu gunpoint I didn´t feel safe on the road nor on a chicken bus. But getting lost, robbed, sleeping poorly sometimes, meeting people and saying goodbye in a matter of days, they are all part of the job and you have to take the best out of every situation.
Continue reading Hitchhiking Tales #4 – Back in Action
Don´t you get lonely? Don´t you miss your friends and family? How can you enjoy an experience without someone to share it with?
These are just some questions people have asked me in the past. Very understandable and I can relate at some level.
I have been called Lone Wolf by some nice people, I have been called weird or strange by some others not so nice.
Continue reading Why do I travel Solo?
If you are following me you know I travel as low budget as it comes. If you are still not following me, what are you waiting for? I write about how I am traveling on a budget, spending my dollars only on basic needs and getting the most out of every cent.
I´ve been doing this for a while and I think I am getting the hold of it. Sometimes I struggle with this policy of spending only in the needs and not the wants but I think I am managing it as best as a wannabe nomad can.
Continue reading Low Budget Travel Tips #2
I learned so many lessons yesterday. Damage report: 150 USD and my cellphone lost and a more experienced Nomad.
Introducing the Plot
Guatemala city is known for being a bit dangerous, as any other big city in the world. I went there in the morning to exchange some bitcoin with a local guy because I ran out of money and my card hasn´t arrived yet.
Continue reading Getting Robbed at Gunpoint in a Guatemalan Highway
At base camp, we were having a great conversation by the fire, I was practicing my hebrew and my german with these people sent from heaven when it happened…
The volcano started to erupt
Continue reading Defeating the Summit of a 13,000 ft Volcano in Guatemala