Central America II August 16th 2008 So where were we...oh yes, when last we spoke I was busy poking fate in the eye with a red hot poker, rambling on about the virtues of some tough travel for the long term benefits of the memory banks...that which does not kill you only makes you stronger...etc, etc.
So there we were in Granada, a couple of volcanos, rivers and a tad of the carribean away from the Corn Islands, no big deal rig ... read more
Central America Caribbean » Honduras » Bay Islands » Utila Once part of Spain's vast empire in the New World, Honduras became an independent nation in 1821. After two and a half decades of mostly military rule, a freely elected civilian government came to power in 1982. During the 1980s, Honduras proved a ha... ... read more
Two New Yorkers (one native, one South African) who decided to put our ¨normal¨ lives on hold for about a year and see the world. Without much of an agenda, we quit our jobs, gave up our apartment, and left behind all but what we could fit into two backpacks in hopes of expanding our minds, broadening our horizons, and possibly creating a new sense of normal for ourselves. We hope you enjoy reading about our travels.
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