If you ever worked in tourism in Costa Rica, Michael Kaye, the founder of Costa Rica Expeditions, who passed away last week aged 76, influenced… Read More »Michael Kaye: A Titan Of The Costa Rican Tourism Industry
Lakes Coatepeque and Ilopango are the two “great lakes of El Salvador” and both hold dear memories for Patricia Trigueros from childhood through adolescence. This… Read More »Coatepeque And Ilopango: Memories From The Great Lakes Of El Salvador
Clayton, Panama was once Fort Clayton in the Panama Canal Zone. Now it’s La Cuidad de Saber, “The City of Knowledge”. That said, Lee Elliott… Read More »Clayton, Panama: Irish Pubs And Big Fences
This week the 21st annual Placencia Lobsterfest gets underway in Placencia, Belize. Local resident Gary Peterson talks about how the Lobsterfest has evolved over the… Read More »Are You In Belize This Week? If So, You Can’t Miss The 2019 Placencia Lobsterfest!
I didn’t want to care about this World Cup. In fact, I shouldn’t care about this World Cup. I should be feeling whatever the opposite… Read More »An England Supporter’s Central America World Cup Story
Ever since I moved to Costa Rica in 2009, fishing has been my passion. And as I reflect on my time in Costa Rica, I recall… Read More »How Fireball Helped Us Nearly Win The 2018 World Offshore Championship
Punta Gorda, Belize lies at the end of the Southern Highway on the Caribbean Sea. Often forgotten by tourists, this fly-fishing haven offers up the… Read More »Welcome to Punta Gorda, Belize – A Taste Of The Real Belize
Punta Pacifica, Panama City is perhaps the most luxurious piece of real estate in Central America, home of the regions tallest building, and with its… Read More »Punta Pacifica, Panama City: Central America’s Mini-Dubai?
Once they cross the Rio Grande and find themselves in Latin America (AKA Mexico), the state of the roads surprises many gringos. They expect donkey… Read More »What Country Has The Best (And Worst) Roads In Central America?
Is Nicaragua safe to visit right now? That’s a question we’ve been asked a lot over the past two weeks. Nine days ago, as Nicaragua burned and… Read More »Nicaragua Update: Is Nicaragua Safe To Visit Right Now?