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Free camping in Antigua Guatemala

It felt like we were back in Europe, or at least not in Guatemala anymore. We were driving through colorful cobble stone streets, where no building climbed above two floors. The only thing that did seem similar to the other towns in Guatemala were the crazy tuktuks,...

Finca El Paraiso

Tim was on a solo journey to the ruins of Tikal while I was wandering on the only street of El Remate. I was loving the simplicity of the Guatemalan lifestyle; the little food stalls at the side of the street, kids running around, three people riding together on one...

Island reality

In the water taxi on our way to the island Caye Caulker I told Tim that I was going to figure out during our two weeks on the island why people are so much more relaxed when they are far from the main land. Back then I believed I would discover something interesting...

Pirates of Caye Caulker

Pirate: Jasper, Photographer: Tim Boffe.   I hear a lot of ‘YARR!’ around me. Lots of excited voices. Rum flowing. Pirates jumping in the water. We might not be on a raft, as building one for 15 people seemed a bit too much of a hassle for us pirates....
Cenotes

Cenotes

I hear sounds coming from above me, I look up and right above my head I spot a bunch of bats dangling at the ceiling. Their upside down postures fascinate me and almost make me forget why I am here. I leave the creatures to themselves, take a deep breath and dive...