Surfing Siargao

This in popularity increasing Philippine island Siargao (shar-gow) is most famous for the surf and palm trees. These two really appeal to me, so perfect to visit this place for six nights. I booked this lovely and hippy style island in the beginning of my trip in January. Why? Because in Siargao it is rainy season in January and February … Read More

Tips before you travel to Peru

Before you travel to Peru make sure you are well prepared. See here my tips and inspirations that will help you to plan your holiday. Visa As a Dutch citizen we don’t need to request a Visa, we get one in our passport for 90 days, within any 6 month period when we arrive in the country. You have to … Read More

Route for two weeks Cyclades including Athens

The Greek islands of the Cyclades have it all!! Beautiful nature with rugged rock formations (Milos and Santorini), azure blue sea, picture perfect white beaches, traditional white villages with blue-domed churches, ancient archaeological sites (Athens and Delos) and all in sunny warm weather with blue skies. Next to that, taste the traditional Greek food with fish and meat with fresh … Read More

Tips before you travel to El Salvador

I traveled to El Salvador after Honduras, it was an easy transition. At similar cost, maybe even cheaper, Spanish speaking country, same kind of food and kind people. I experienced that El Salvador is less touristy than neighbor Guatemala. El Salvador is usually skipped mainly due to the negative and violent headlines in the news; of which I didn’t notice any … Read More

Easygoing El Zonte

I’m a beach girl for the ones that don’t know me. Beside the beach I love the ocean too and love to surf the waves as long they are not too big. I was getting to my last part of my nine weeks travel trip and I always plan a holiday within the holiday; how I call it. Time to … Read More

Surf, Chill and Party in El Tunco

There is a lot going on in El Tunco!! You can find accommodation for every budget here in El Tunco. And the same for the restaurants; trendy healthy places to eat, drink at one of the cocktail bars, drink a coffee at a cool café and eat the fresh fish at the local BBQ restaurant. If you need a massage … Read More

Tips before you travel to Honduras

I traveled to Honduras after Guatemala, it was an easy transition. At similar cost, maybe even cheaper, Spanish speaking country, same kind of food and  kind people. Here I will describe my experiences and hope you find this useful tips. Visa As a Dutch citizen we don’t need to request a Visa, we get one in our passport for three … Read More

Explore Ruta de las Flores

I love flowers; that is why the Ruta de Las Flores (Route of Flowers) in El Salvador appealed to me. But I didn’t see that many flowers along the route but it is a beautiful string of villages in amazing volcanic surroundings. Each town has its own charm and mix of colonial architecture and indigenous building. The small villages are … Read More

Tips before you travel to Belize

After traveling through Mexico and Guatemala first; I really had to adjust a couple of days to the different way of traveling, culture, people and costs in Belize. Here I will describe my experiences and hope you find this useful tips. Visa As a Dutch citizen we don’t need to request a Visa, we get one in our passport for … Read More

Route for 2-3 weeks Belize

Belize is on the 2019 top 10 countries travel list of Lonely Planet! Panama is on the same list too, check my blogs on Panama here. And for a reason, Belize is beautiful and different than the rest of Central America. It has the second largest barrier reef in the world including the famous Blue Hole!! Belize has the Caribbean … Read More