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An Unwanted Egyptian Souvenir

Last year I was lucky enough to go to Egypt. I was also unlucky enough to bring back with me a souvenir that I never really wanted and has definitely outstayed its welcome. Ten days into our two week trip I was struck down with something. What started with a bit of a dodgy feeling Read more about An Unwanted Egyptian Souvenir[…]


Valladolid – Chicken Ibiza and other ruins

We arrived in Valladoild from Tulum and we checked into the world’s best budget hotel – La Aurora Colonial. Seriously, this place was awesome. Air conditioning, swimming pool, roof terrace and a great location only a few blocks from the main square. A few of the skanky hostels I’ve stayed in could learn a bit Read more about Valladolid – Chicken Ibiza and other ruins[…]


Tulum, Part 1 – Seaweed, hippies and Mexico’s most over rated ruins

After much hesitation and the fact our hotel was booked up, we decided to leave Cozumel and head for Tulum. As luck had it there was a bus leaving as we arrived at the bus station so we weren’t sitting around in the heat. Driving into Tulum the scene that greeted us on the wide Read more about Tulum, Part 1 – Seaweed, hippies and Mexico’s most over rated ruins[…]


A Night at Belize Zoo

Now I’m not much of a zoo advocate, especially after watching “Black Fish” but the Belize Zoo is all about education and conservation and is home only to animals that have been rescued from injury or collectors, including jaguars, a puma, crocodiles, lots of birds and many other unusual fury looking animals Located half way between Read more about A Night at Belize Zoo[…]

The one in the middle not eating the coral is me. The guy on the left is 1980s Action Man - scuba dedition

An idiot’s guide to diving Cozumel, Mexico

Tip Number 1 – Do your research & try and find a dive shop before you go I’m all for walking into a dive shop and meeting the people their first hand. It’ gives you a good idea of how they run their operation and find what kind of people they are – dive factory, Read more about An idiot’s guide to diving Cozumel, Mexico[…]


12 Tips for Surviving Cuba

Before you get all excited about having your photo taken next to a 1950s Chevy smoking a cigar, here’s a few things to keep in mind…  Bring an up to date lonely planet or reputable guidebook ● Bring cash – more than you’ll need and then some. Nowhere takes card and there’s only a few Read more about 12 Tips for Surviving Cuba[…]

Flores, Guatemala – Eat, Sleep, Drink, Do

Sleep Flores is tiny so it doesn’t really matt er where you stay. It depends only on your budget. Los Amigos Hostel 8/10 $160QT double room with shared bathroom it’s one of the best value private rooms on the island. Freinds of ours stayed here, they didn’t appear on hostelworld/bookers, we were already in town Read more about Flores, Guatemala – Eat, Sleep, Drink, Do[…]


Havana – Cigars, Old cars & windows with bars

We were greeted on arrival at Havana International airport by an overwhelmingly Soviet atmosphere, both in the building itself and the rigid immigration officials. Outside the usual airport touts were hustling to get you to take their taxi into town – a mix of yellow taxis new and old and pre 1960 Classic American Cars. Read more about Havana – Cigars, Old cars & windows with bars[…]

Cuba – Baptism of Fire

Old Havana: Buzzing and lively, music wafts down the cobbled streets from bright buildings fenced by beautifully restored 55 Chevys.  The cluster of streets tourists are steered through in Old Havana live up to their post card reputation. The real Havana, but a stone’s throw from the picturesque plazas, 5 star hotels and over priced bars, is Read more about Cuba – Baptism of Fire[…]