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Tag Archive: Travel guide

Make Your Summer Vacations More Fun! A Mini-Guide!

Probably, you are buzzing since summer vacations are about to come. It is a time when most of the students spend time sleeping, playing their favorite video games or watching cartoons/TV shows. And,… Continue reading

A Mini Travel Guide to Spain: Language, Customs & Etiquette

Who doesn’t want to visit new places, learn about other cultures, and have a thrilling experience while they can? I know every single person on the face of this world wants to feel… Continue reading

What to do in Panajachel? 20 Amazing activities to do in Panajachel, Guatemala

What to do in Panajachel? Panajachel is in the Western Highlands of Guatemala. Panajachel (also called Pana or Gringotenango) is a small town on the North shore of Lake Atitlán and is one… Continue reading

20 Authentic things you absolutely must do in San Juan La Laguna, Guatemala

San Juan La Laguna is one of the smaller villages around Lake Atitlán, Guatemala and is a great day-trip destination from Panajachel or San Pedro. It is one of the less-visited towns around… Continue reading

Hotel Tolimán: The perfect place to unwind at lake Atitlán

It has been two months since I arrived in Guatemala. Spending most of the time in Panajachel, I was looking for a different experience and a different place to unwind nearby lake Atitlán.… Continue reading

Travel Guide Vlieland – the Netherlands

Visiting one of the Wadden islands should definitely be on your bucket list for The Netherlands. The five little islands are located just above the Netherlands and are part of the other Wadden… Continue reading

Celebrating Guatemala’s Independence Day in Panajachel, Guatemala

Last weekend author Daphne celebrated Guatemala’s Independence Day in Panajachel! On 15 September 1821, Guatemala City proclaimed independence from Spain. Year after year, the independence is widely celebrated with prideful festivities and traditions.… Continue reading

4 Greatest Road Trips of Canada

From the scenic wilderness, timeless towns, all the way to urban hotspots, this Northern queen of countries sure can keep a traveler occupied no matter the route you choose: there’s something for every… Continue reading

Beach packing list with 20 items to bring to the beach

The sun is out and it is time to enjoy! Heading to the coast for a vacation? Or to the beach to sunbath? Use our beach packing list with 20 items to bring… 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

A day trip to Valkenburg – including 15 exciting things to do in Valkenburg

Traveling through the Netherlands and looking for a cozy, beautiful, historic and natural town in the Netherlands? Planning to go south anyway? Combine your visit to Maastricht with a visit to Valkenburg aan… Continue reading

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