Antigua Guatemala streets

We spent almost three weeks in Guatemala, and are by no means experts but we were surprised by many things and wish to share our findings with you! From being a country we didn’t know much about, Guatemala grew to be a favourite of ours. We’ve lost track of the amount of times we’ve said things…Continue Reading “6 things we wish we would’ve known before visiting Guatemala”

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Time really does fly when you’re having fun. We can’t believe its already been two months since we waved goodbye to Sweden and all its comforts. Staying busy and not having a Monday-Friday, 9-5 sort of lifestyle does mix things up and the weeks and days seem a lot shorter right now compared to “our…Continue Reading “Our first 2 months on the road – the highlights, problems and plans”

Cerro de la Cruz

Imagine narrow cobbled and beautifully colourful streets, a local (and incredibly cheap- 10 pence avocadoes!) fruit and vegetables market, a great view point and maybe best of all: its three majestic surrounding volcanoes. Antigua truly is one spectacular place.  This small city is a haven for expats, students and tourists. Everything is westernized and therefore so easy…Continue Reading “Antigua Guatemala”