Category Archives: CENTRAL AMERICA
While waiting on our lunch to be served at the seafront Creole restaurant, La Rhumerie du Pirate, located on Grande-Terre, I decided to walk towards the shore to look around and admire the views of Atlantic waves crashing against limestone rocks.
Behind the cliff-perched restaurant were over a dozen abandoned conch shells. A local passing by noticed my surprise and shared–after inquiring about my Guadeloupe trip–that fishermen leave these behind regularly for anyone who wants to take them home. “They’re beautiful, but you can’t travel with them,” she cautioned, unaware that I visit the Caribbean often enough to >> Continue reading
I’m back from Guadeloupe Islands. What a breath of fresh air!
An unpretentious, surprising archipelago with incredible soul and passion—reflected in the people, the food and landscape across seven islands. Colors, flavors and magnificent vistas bursting out of every corner. I can’t say much more yet on the blog, as I’m working on material for other outlets, but I’ll share what I can in a few postcards from my trip—including my experience diving outside of Belize for the first time.
In the meantime, here are publication updates from the past month:
- “MOON BELIZE CAYES” for Moon Travel Guides: I am thrilled to share that I’ve signed a second contract with Moon Guides, to author a new edition focusing on Belize’s offshore islands. “Moon Belize Cayes” has a planned release date of Fall 2014. The guidebook adventures continue!