The One In Panama (aka The One with the Broken Fingers)

After finishing our incredible trip through the San Blas islands from Colombia, we decided to stay put in Panama city for a few days. We wanted to be able to relax, recharge and enjoy some city living for a little while before heading on to our next stop. A big group of us from the … More The One In Panama (aka The One with the Broken Fingers)

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Travelling from Colombia to Panama with San Blas Adventures

Shortly after deciding that we were going to travel up from Ecuador to Costa Rica, we realised that it is nigh-on impossible to cross the border from Colombia to Panama over land, unless you have a death wish and want to trek for 9 days across the Darien Gap. We met a girl in Montañita who … More Travelling from Colombia to Panama with San Blas Adventures

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The First One In Colombia (aka Where We Hiked 10km in the Wrong Direction)

So, we made it into Colombia! If you’re crossing the border to/from Ecuador anytime soon, definitely have a read of my step-by-step guide, ‘cos it was confusing as hell! But anyway, we made it. The town of Ipiales doesn’t have a huge amount to offer, and it felt a little sketchy when we went out … More The First One In Colombia (aka Where We Hiked 10km in the Wrong Direction)

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The One Where We Didn’t Want To Leave Montañita

So we were supposed to stay in Montañita for 2 nights. It’s now 6 days later and we’re still here. Whoops. But if you were sat here, where I am right now, in a beautiful hostel, surrounded by good people (and don’t forget the donkeys), looking out at the beach and waves, you wouldn’t want … More The One Where We Didn’t Want To Leave Montañita

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The one where I account for the last year of my life

So, once again, this blog has kind of been left alone for, woah, almost a year. And that’s mainly because I just haven’t been doing a lot. Or at least I wasn’t, until about 5 months ago, when I suddenly got insanely busy and didn’t have time to write anyway. After my epic trip to … More The one where I account for the last year of my life

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