GoNOMAD travel articles about Central America.
One Hot Tamale Filled with Page-Turning Fun By Kathleen Broadhurst Hot like salsa, smooth like tequila and romantic as a moonlit serenade, Lucy Neville’s Oh! Mexico is a wonderful literary trip into the heart of Mexico City. When Lucy graduates college she finds herself not quiet ready for what some would call the ‘real world’. […]
Nicaragua: Taste the Flavors of a Culture
Jon and Loulou ascend a Mayan Pyramid. Educating through Travel: Pave Your Own Path By Peter Sacco Spend your nights in a seedy Panama City hostel at the age of 22, and a beachside Floridian resort when you’re 42. Travel when you’re young, then settle down, get a steady job, and quietly raise a family […]
“Un-Belizable”, Belize Inland and By The Sea By Tab Hauser With a family interest in adventure, archaeology, jungle, caves and coral reefs it was not hard to pick Belize as our destination. After much research I booked an inland package with the Chaa Creek Lodge for first half of our trip. We were pleased with […]
In Boca del Tomaltan, a slow pace and time to paint, dance and relax By Max Hartshorne GoNOMAD Editor My partner Mary loves to paint. Her kind of painting takes her and her oils out into a landscape….she paints from real life, not from photographs. It was her interest in plein air painting that brought […]
Projects Abroad gives high school students the opportunity to travel abroad during summer vacation and experience new cultures through volunteering
Panama: Climbing a Volcano With Views of Two Oceans By Ron Mitchell The taxi driver drops us off in the dark forest at two o’clock in the morning. He promises that somebody will come around to pick us up later in the afternoon. I find the trailhead with the help of a flashlight, and we […]