Blue Water

She knew that it wasn’t necessarily important to be strong in life, but to feel strong.  The heartache, lies and deceit from before had finally left her body and replaced it with a longing… Continue reading

A new year, a new adventure

It was Christmas day when I received an e mail from The Garden of Eden resort in Bocas letting me know they wanted me to come and work for them on January 5th… Continue reading

6 Wonderful Humans

I have said this time and time again, but one of the best things about traveling, if not the best thing about traveling is the people you meet along the way. Over the… Continue reading

A very Swedish Christmas

Taganga is a small fishing village 7 kilometres South of Santa Marta which sits tucked away in a little bay. I was happy to get out of Santa Marta, it was a bit… Continue reading

Cartagena to Santa Marta

The next day Emilie, David and their friend Maya who they arranged to meet in Panama City arrived at my hostel in Cartagena where they told me exactly what had happened to them… Continue reading


THE FERRY RIDE OVER FROM BOCAS David and I left Hosteluego on Sunday at 2. Saying goodbye to everyone was pretty sad, especially when it came to Marcus and Linus the two Swedish… Continue reading

Polo Beach Bastimentos

Nearly every day I meet a new interesting person here. The other day this tall tanned girl walks into the hostel with long sun bleached hair, red tinted sunglasses, a flower in her… Continue reading

Next stop Colombia

EMILY DANIELA & I I can’t believe it’s December already, everyone at home is visiting Christmas markets in Dublin and putting up their trees. I’ve never been away from home for Christmas apart… Continue reading

Bocas del Toro

Crossing the border into Panama was a bit of a pain in the ass but I think that was largely to do with the fact that the four of us were hungover, tired… Continue reading

Puerto Viejo

On Thursday Kathrine, Dario and I caught a bus to Puerto Viego just 13 kilometres South of Cahuita for $3. I had heard that Puerto Viejo was a bigger version of Cahuita just… Continue reading