A rainy New Years on Bastimentos Island

We woke up to a miserable rainy day, packed our bags and caught the bus to Bocas Town in order to get a boat to Bastimentos Island for New Years. Bocas town was… Continue reading

Lazy days in Bocas Del Toro

We said goodbye to Leigh and Jerry and set off for our New Years stay on the Islands of Bocas Del Toro. It was long and windy 4 hours through the foggy mountains… Continue reading

Christmas in Boquete, Panama

As Christmas approached we started looking into accommodation options on the Caribbean coast of Panama to spend Chrismas, 1 week out was obviously leaving it too late as there was nothing left online.… Continue reading

Panamas Pacific Coast: Santa Catalina and Coiba Island

Santa Catalina on Panamas Pacific coast is a small beach side town where long haired surfers walk the streets with boards under their arms and dive shops out number restaurants. This laid back… Continue reading

Splashing out in Panama City

Panama City – a huge busy modern concrete jungle was believe it or not a sight for sore eyes, even after spending 4 days in the paradise of the San Blas Islands. We… Continue reading

Colombia to Panama via the San Blas Islands

The San Blas Islands, comprising of 365 Islands and cays lie off the northern Panama coast in the Caribbean. These Islands are so ridiculously beautiful, covered in white sand, palm trees and surrounded… Continue reading

Cartagena – Colourful days and hot nights on Colombias Caribbean Coast

Cartagena, located on the Caribbean coast of Colombia is one of the prettiest cities we have ever seen. Founded in 1533 by the Spanish, this port town became the gateway for transporting the… Continue reading

Paradise on Earth at Tayrona National Park, Santa Marta

Beads of sweat soaked our clothes as we trekked the muddy dirt paths and up the steep wooden steps under the cover of dense rainforest in the Colombian jungle. Huffing and puffing we… Continue reading

48 hours in Medellin

Our first impressions of Medellin were of a clean, modern, forward thinking society. A far cry from the drug and murder capital of the world as it is still known to this day… Continue reading

Coffee and Palm Trees in scenic Salento, Colombia

We headed away from Quito in search of some peace and quiet, which we would eventually find in Salento, – located in the Colombian coffee region. As we boarded the bus in Quito… Continue reading