Sometimes you meet people who teach you things in such a subtle manner that you don’t realize they have profoundly changed your core being.
Day 106: Fortuna Cloud Forest, Panama I met Rocky my second night at the Lost and Found Lodge. Rocky is a kinkajou and while I thought he was a type of monkey, he’s actually a type of raccoon. Kinkajou’s are also known as honeybears because of their soft light brown fur. Rocky has had an interesting […]
Day 92: Ometepe, Nicaragua I met Andres on the ferry from San Jorge to Ometepe. As he boarded the ferry, people immediately started talking about him. You see there is a hierarchy amongst travelers and the ones who choose the most difficult path are on the highest echelon. So in the world of backpacking, Andres […]
One of my favourite countries, I always urge people to go but share this story about how many people are robbed in Nicaragua when in Managua.
Day 35: San Cristobal, Mexico Perhaps it’s not accurate to call him Tupac. His name is Carlos but he explained that there are too many Carlos in San Cristobal and a Finnish girl gave him the nickname Tupac – I asked why but he didn’t >