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Tips for celebrating Día de los Muertos in Guatemala (Day of the Dead)

While in most countries the culture is to shy away from discussions of death, Guatemalans (and other Latin Americans) embrace death. They use The Day of the Dead (El Dia de los Muertos)… Continue reading

Tips for visiting The Chichicastenango Market in Guatemala, a day trip to Chichi

One of the largest and most well-known markets in all Central America can be found in the small indigenous Mayan town of Chichicastenango, located in the western highlands of Guatemala. A market that… Continue reading

Bucket list Lake Atitlán, Guatemala (Lago de Atitlán)

Looking for things to do at Lake Atitlán, Guatemala? Then you should read this Lake Atitlán bucket list! Lake Atitlán (Lago de Atitlán) is one of the most visited destinations in Guatemala by… Continue reading

15 Things nobody told me about traveling in Guatemala

It has been eight months since I moved to Guatemala. I still remember when I arrived in this diverse country. By not preparing my trip and just traveling to Guatemala with an open-minded… Continue reading

All you need to know for performing the Hajj (pilgrimage to Mecca) while being pregnant

One of my close friends, intanpghofur, traveled to Saudi Arabia last year while being pregnant, to perform the Hajj together with her husband. The Hajj (pilgrimage to Mecca) is one of the five… Continue reading

Travel bloggers’ most impressive travel photos ever made and the stories behind it!

Do you know that feeling? When you’ve been traveling around, upload your photos on your computer and discover some perfect travel photos you’ve taken during your trip? Or seeing some photos which make… Continue reading

Discovering the Wonderful Wildlife in the Cayman Islands

On the surface and under the warm waves, the three golden islands of the Caribbean are home to numerous wildlife species roaming the earth as well as the skies and the seabed. For… Continue reading

Daytrip from Guatemala City to Tecpán to explore the Iximche Mayan Ruins and nearby park

About two hours away from Guatemala City, you can find Iximche, a small Mayan archaeological site in the western highlands of Guatemala (Tecpán). The well-preserved ruins are the closest Mayan ruins to lake… Continue reading

The ultimate guide to remote living along with your dog

Remote life as itself has a lot of good sides. First of all, you are able to choose your workplace and to manage your schedule all by yourself. In other words, you have… Continue reading

The Panajachel, Guatemala bucket list with 30 things to do

Looking for things to do in Panajachel, Guatemala? Then you should read this Panajachel bucket list! Panajachel is in the Western Highlands of Guatemala. Panajachel (also called Pana) is a small town on… Continue reading

3 Essential Experiences in Marietta, Georgia

Marietta is a thriving suburb that is just a 30-minute drive from Atlanta. There are several things visitors shouldn’t miss doing while in town. If you’re planning your own itinerary, make sure to… Continue reading

Giveaway; win an Annual Subscription to GPSMyCity – closed

In conjunction with GPSMyCity, we have the opportunity to provide 10 of our blog followers a chance to win an annual subscription to its Travel App, a $18.99 value. Contest Rules: All you… Continue reading

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