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We happened to be in Flores, Guatemala for Semana Santa (meaning Holy Week, which is the week leading up to Easter Sunday) and t…

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Well folks, I promised (or threatened, whichever you feel best describes your feelings) that I would keep you updated on my hair…

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I just sat in the dining area of our hostel in San Miguel, Guatemala, listening to 4 American dudes fall into pretty much every …

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It's been 10 days here on Caye Caulker, an island that is about 5 miles by 1 mile big. There isn't much to do here except laze a…

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Category: Accommodations

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As Jen mentioned in her post about about Hostel Riviera Maya, we hadn't intended on staying there. Rather we were hoping to stay…

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I've learned a few things so far on this trip that I thought I would like to share... 1. I burn in riduculous ways even when no…

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We've been going for 7 days now. You may ask yourselves how are we faring? Well, we have been faring quite well I think, thank y…

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    I just came across the exchange between me and Jen via Facebook that started it all...   _____________________________…

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My sisters and I have this thing where we text each other bad pictures of mostly each other. It's actually pretty astounding how…

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Jen and I were discussing this the other day and it got me thinking... When you stop to think about it, or rather if you stop t…

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"...I have a degree in Visual Anthropology. This means I dig people. I dig their songs, their customs, their faces, their food, their dress, their worldviews, their cultures. I especially dig that, regardless of how different they might be from me, I’m still constantly proven that we as humans really are one big family, just with countless different traits."

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