international

April 29, 2015

Paddling the Sarapiquí, with monkeys and metaphors

There’s something objectively odd about whitewater rafting. You sit in an inflated rubber boat with the current pulling you over boulders bigger than your body, and […]
April 27, 2015
El Salvador Waterfall Jump

El Tunco, El Salvador For Beach Bumming Travel

Read parts one, two, and three of four from Saludemos El Salvador. EL TUNCO El Salvador, for us, would end on the beach. Perhaps appropriately so since what tourism has […]
April 23, 2015

Why You Should Forget Politics When Traveling

Travel, in my view, is one of the best tools in our arsenal to come to terms with one another’s existence. Considering how terrible humans have […]
April 20, 2015

Hiking the Volcanic Ruins Surrounding El Salvador’s Cerro Verde

Read parts one and two of four from Saludemos El Salvador. CERRO VERDE Our next stop promised a stark contrast to the cozy colonial town situated on an equally calm […]
April 13, 2015

Suchitoto, El Salvador: Colonial Tranquility Where Guerrillas Once Ruled

Read part one of four from Saludemos El Salvador. SUCHITOTO One of El Salvador’s selling points is its density. Not only does it have the highest population […]
April 11, 2015

9 U.S. Habits I Lost Living Abroad for a Year in Costa Rica

Originally published with Matador Network. 1. Thinking that just because I’m from the US, I’m American. We Americans from the United States have forgotten that the […]