Camping in the ancient Mayan city of Tikal in midst of Guatemala’s rainforest

Ever since we planned to come to Central America, we knew we wanted to see the ancient temples and remains of the Mayas and learn more about this fascinating culture. Knowing that Tikal was one of the biggest agglomerations back in 200 to 900 AD, we took a long 5-hour bus ride from Rio DulceContinue reading “Camping in the ancient Mayan city of Tikal in midst of Guatemala’s rainforest”

Red frogs, sloths and muddy feet in Bocas Del Toro

Bocas Del Toro is our last stop in Panama before we will sail north to Honduras. Compared to other places in Panama, Bocas town was a busy, colorful small town filled with international tourists and backpackers. It was a nice change to have unlimited options of supermarkets, bars and restaurants. The Bocas archipelago consists ofContinue reading “Red frogs, sloths and muddy feet in Bocas Del Toro”

Dodging a hurricane and hiking in Grenada’s rainforest

Our time in Carriacou and Grenada slowly comes to an end. In Carriacou we have experienced our first hurricane, named Elsa, which center hit further north and only brought us heavy rain showers and wind shifts. Carefully monitoring the weather forecasts we decided together with other sailors to sit it out at anchor in TyrellContinue reading “Dodging a hurricane and hiking in Grenada’s rainforest”