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Summary of Driving Through Central America: To Do Or Not To Do

In the spring of 2011, Gibran and I made a spur of the moment decision to drive to Costa Rica instead of flying. It turned out to be the right decision for us, and it was one of those situations … Continue reading

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Life Is Like Being On The Road (In Central America)

After spending quite a bit of time on the road, (specifically in Mexico and Central America), I’ve decided that it’s quite a metaphor for life in general. Maybe that’s the case for being on the road anywhere, but my (recent) … Continue reading

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Latin American Openness

Latin America is known for its openness. A classic example you hear from anyone who spends a longer amount of time in the region is the, “someone we just met took us into their home, fed us, cleaned us up, … Continue reading

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Whirlwind Drive Through Central America

After our wonderful time spent in Chiapas, we said “goodbye” to Mexico and crossed into Guatemala. In the next 8 days, we would go on to cross 5 borders and drive over 1100 miles. We weren’t quite sure what to … Continue reading

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