Exploring Costa Rica with Massi Devoto Chen
Oct13

Exploring Costa Rica with Massi Devoto Chen

Get In The Know About Costa Rica with Massi Devoto Chen Our video Interview I had the pleasure of meeting Massi Devoto Chen at Pann’s in Los Angeles to discuss one of my favorite topics, Costa Rica. What I remember most about my first trip to Costa Rica, a visit t read...

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Actun Tunichil Muknal, Belize, Caves and Superstition
Dec02

Actun Tunichil Muknal, Belize, Caves and Superstition

My guide, Jose, looked around at me and put his finger to his lips, “Shh, can you feel the spirits?” I held my breath. Human skeletons and cracked pottery lay scattered on the ground. Obsidian blades that were once used to pierce the tongue and genitals sat near a slate altar at the far wall. We were more than a kilometer underground. I was in Actun Tunichil Muknal, Belize’s “Cave of the Stone Sepulchre.”...

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A Day in Chichicastenango
Aug14

A Day in Chichicastenango

Chichicastenango Guatemala Arriving in Chichicastenango Early Sunday morning I found myself on an uphill shuttle scaling winding roads and crossing lush terrace fields on my way to Chichicastenango. Every Thursday and Sunday the sleepy little town that lies on a mountaintop crest comes alive through a colorful market filled with local crafts. On Sundays it also hosts spiritual rituals that mix catholic and Mayan customs. Not...

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Volcano Boarding the Cerro Negro, Nicaragua
Jan15

Volcano Boarding the Cerro Negro, Nicaragua

Volcano Boarding in Nicaragua The blazing sun beat down as I tried yet again to adjust my board to a comfortable position with little success. I stumbled over the jutting rocks and felt the heat of the sizzling black sand. The rest of the group were suffering equally as we rounded a corner to begin the steepest part of the climb our feet sinking into the dark earth. Cerro Negro, Nicaragua I was at the Cerro Negro a short drive away...

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Colonial Duo Tour
Nov04

Colonial Duo Tour

  New Colonial Duo Program: El Salvador and Guatemala 6 days Day 1 – Airport to Suchitoto Welcome at the airport and transfer to Suchitoto City. Overnight at Suchitoto. Day 2 – Old City Suchitoto Tour, colonial architecture The city of Suchitoto that offers an essence of ancient city with colonial architecture that seems like the time has stopped. Visit its beautiful cobbled streets, art galleries, crafts and home of...

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Upgrades at Belize’s Gaia Riverlodge
Mar27

Upgrades at Belize’s Gaia Riverlodge

Gaia Riverlodge receives quality upgrade, one of top things to do in Belize One of the top things to do in Belize is relax at a tranquil resort. Luckily, a reputable accommodation that has undergone renovations and a name change is welcoming guests to explore its breathtaking property. The Gaia Riverlodge, overlooking the iconic Five Sisters Waterfalls, has always retained its signature outlooks and ideal location in the beautiful...

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Surprising Nicaragua
Mar25

Surprising Nicaragua

Morgan’s Rock Hacienda & Ecolodge Reveals Six Top Surprises for Visitors to Nicaragua SAN JUAN del SUR, NICARAGUA, Mar. 18, 2013 – The news from Nicaragua’s Morgan’s Rock, the pioneering upscale ecolodge, is that “Nicaragua is peaceful, considered one of the safest countries for travelers in the Americas, and its life-loving people warmly welcome visitors from the U.S.,” says Bismar Lopez, head naturalist guide for this...

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Burning of the Devil in Guatemala
Mar03

Burning of the Devil in Guatemala

Traditional Burning of the Devil in Antigua, Guatemala Every year on December 7th an effigy of the devil is set ablaze in Antigua Guatemala. This signifies the cleansing of evil from homes and a fresh start of the Christmas season. An Annual Event in Guatemala As shrapnel from exploding firecrackers hit my face and head, I ducked behind a food vendor’s table. I wasn’t prepared for the blinding, 30-foot high flames and deafening pop of...

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Finding the Lost River in Costa Rica
Feb17

Finding the Lost River in Costa Rica

A Hidden Thermal River in Costa Rica’s Dry Forest What is Rio Perdido? Floating in the river, I close my eyes and let the hot water wash over me, easing all the stress and fatigue from my body and mind. Blue butterflies drift languidly through the air, floating through patches of sunlight that peek through the treetops and make the river water crystal clear and sparkly. Here, deep in the Costa Rican tropical dry forest and...

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Costa Rica Cruise Season
Jan04

Costa Rica Cruise Season

Costa Rica Cruise Season Destination announces new cruise strategy including the addition of a Mesoamerican route and an agreement with Royal Caribbean SAN JOSE, Costa Rica – October 21, 2013 – With the 2013 – 2014 cruise season officially underway, Costa Rica has announced a new strategy to strengthen and promote the cruise industry. “In addition to reaching important agreements with industry executives, we have concentrated our...

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