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Great Advice if you are planning on slow traveling, moving to, or volunteering in Central America.
This guest post is by David Bloom. Mr. Bloom is active on the Couch Surfing boards for Central America and I’ve been communicating with him over the past year. I thought this article would be great travel advice to our readers and with his permission, we are posting it for you. If you have any questions or wish to contact the author directly, please send him a note here.
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Belize, Food, Miro Unedited »
A $2 plate of food in Nicaragua
Written by Miro:
With the exception of Costa Rica and Nicaragua, the food on our travels have been pretty good.
Mexico was all kinds of different explosions of taste, Belize was loads of heavenly fried jacks, Guatemala was like Costa Rica and Nicaragua but a little better, Honduras had an amazing bean and cheese dip. El Salvador was probably my favorite though.
For one word.
A pupusa is basically a thick tortilla with several ingredients inside and then they fry it. My mouth is watering.
There was also a …
Being in Service, Belize, Central America, Global Citizenship, Guatemala, Inspiration, Nicaragua, PodCast, Podcasts, Show Notes Page »
Lainie & Miro Discuss their Volunteer Work with Animals + an Interview with Children’s Education Volunteer at NGO Safe Passages
Lainie and Miro talk about their passion for animals as they share a few of their volunteer experiences in Belize, Nicaragua and Guatemala.
In Belize, the pair volunteered at P.A.W. Cat Sanctuary & Humane Society on the beautiful paradise island of Caye Caulker.
In Nicaragua, they volunteered in a make-shift triage at a temporary spay and neuter clinic. And in Guatemala, they have a regular following of street dogs, all whom all wag their tails when the see the pair approaching.
Belize, Central America, Mexico »
We set out early in the morning, reversing our journey. Water taxi crossing, bus terminal in Belize City, then bus to the border. We reached the border, and waited to pass through the immigration. Belize requires an exit fee, so if you want to get out of this country, you must pay the $15 per person. I shelled out the $30 bucks for both Miro and I. We were picked out of the line by one of the immigration officers. He was a handsome black man with a Caribbean accent. …
Belize, Central America »
We had arranged to meet up with Cyndi, who had left a couple of days earlier, back in Caye Caulker for our remaining time in Belize. We took the bus back to Belize City, then the water taxi across the ocean until we arrived back on that familiar sandy dock, on the island we’ve come to love. We headed straight back to the kitty reserve to share the cabana once again with Cyndi. We spent a day relaxing at the split, taking pictures and loving the Caribbean sun. After …