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Tourist Hotspots in the Caribbean

  Travelling doesn’t always have to be about going to the furthest ends of the earth and finding the most unique and life enriching experiences, it can be about going to places and simply being a tourist. There’s nothing wrong with the doing the whole ‘touristy’ thing, so the next time you want to do […]

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Bocas Del Toro… Total bliss!

After crossing the border into Panama we caught a small bus heading in the direction of Bocas Del Toro. Bocas is a hot destination for travelers, boasting unique party venues and a plethora of activities. The bus only take you half way, the other half is one of my preferred methods of transport (for all […]

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Take the time to learn a new language…

We’ve been invited to write a blog post for the ‘Inspire Language Learning: Blogger Challenge‘ about what we think is the most important benefit of learning another language, is it traveling experiences, career, love life or brain power? You can easily argue that learning another language benefits all of these aspects of your life. For […]

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Surfing Cocles Beach, Puerto Viejo

Whether sunbathing or surfing Cocles Beach is the places to go. Not too crowded but there’s a few people if you like to have a nose and people watch from behind your book, or slyly check out the hot surfers without your boyfriend knowing ;) Just 5 minutes walk from Rockin J’s hostel and about […]

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Puerto Viejo – the perfect hippy town

After our house sit in Costa Rica we headed south to Puerto Viejo, a hippy surfing town just before the border with Panama. Hearing great things about this place we wanted to stop and chill for a while even though we planned to travel through Costa Rica quickly.. as it’s not the most bank friendly […]

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The Best and Worst of Nicaragua

I think we can safely say, Nicaragua has been one of the best countries either of us have ever been too. With the exchange rate at 23 cordobas to a dollar, which equals around 60p it’s incredibly cheap. A slap up meal (if you can find one) will cost around 3 quid and a taxi […]

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