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D.A.T.L.D in L. America - Fishing in Golfito
7th November 10
Whether you are a fanatic of fishing or just enjoy being on the water, Golfito is a prime spot to visit. This quiet town, about 7 hours south of San Jose on the Osa Peninsula, is very close to the border with Panama.
D.A.T.L.D in L. America - Bocas del Toro
10th October 10
Spending time on the islands of Bocas del Toro on Panama’s Atlantic side is the perfect medicine for relaxation. Here there’s no hurry and no worry, you’re on island time. It’s a perfect get-away for a few days, or as well a few months, as many get hooked and never want to leave.
D.A.T.L.D in Latin America - Wine Tasting
5th September 10
If you happen to be staying or passing through northern Baja California, Mexico, I highly recommend a stop in Mexico’s wine country, the Valle de Guadalupe (Guadalupe Valley). It’s situated 90 miles south of San Diego and about 30 minutes north of Ensenada, Mexico.
D.A.T.D in L. America - Hiking in Costa Rica
15th August 10
If you enjoy hiking, you’ll never be bored in Costa Rica. There are hundreds of great spots, from easy walks to more strenuous hikes, in forests, up mountains and volcanoes, and along beaches.
D.A.T.L.D in Latin America - Panama Canal
8th August 10
The Panama Canal is a man-made wonder of the world, and if you ever get the chance to cruise it, take advantage, it will be one of the most interesting adventures you do.
D.A.T.L.D in Latin America - Beaches in Costa Rica
1st August 10
Most vacationers headed to the coast in Costa Rica hit up hot-spots like Playa Hermosa, Jaco, Flamingo, and Samara. But there’s a little gem tucked just slightly south of Samara called Carrillo that is often overlooked.
Do As The Locals Do in Latin America - Isla Mujeres
25th July 10
When most people mention “vacation in Mexico”, you think of pumping clubs with all-night dance parties, tequila shots and margaritas by the yard. But for those of you looking for a get-away that’s a bit more tranquilo (chill), or at least a brief respite, I invite you to check out Isla Mujeres.