25 Days in Aztec Nation

It is Thursday afternoon and I am preparing for my excursion. I am kicking off this trip in Guatemala City and that I hear it is a bustling capital city filled with markets, parks, and temples. This past month will bring a few challenges such as the heat and the grueling transport schedule to pay as much ground as possible Although I’ve traveled for more. I will only be halfway performed with this Central American experience once I am delivered to the El Salvadorian border.

25 Days in Aztec Nation

A fantastic new in travel clothing, Scottevest, is currently sponsoring me. You seen me wearing this apparel in my movies or may have heard about the new. I am excited but much more excited to try out all my new equipment when exploring Mayan ruins and colonial cities.  Scottevest Travel Clothing makes each traveler clothing for almost any weather.

The bits I am taking include: performance tee, performance polo, travel vest, camp shirt, and bamboo polo. That is over 37 pockets! The clothes are best for movers. The manufacturing equipment I am taking comprises: Flip Mino HD Camera GoPro Camera, Nikon P-7000 Camera, tripods, Steadicam Smoothee, digital drives, notebook, along with I-phone.

 

25 Days in Aztec Nation

Here is the path of my excursion. I think these paths are a good way for anybody to encounter these countries. They do, however, require floor transport.

Guatemala

25 Days in Aztec Nation

Guatemala City, Panajachel, Chichicastenango, Huehuetenango, Quetzaltenango, Pacific Coast, Volcan de Pacaya, Monterrico, Antigua, Quirigua, Livingston, Rio Dulce and Peten (Tikal)

25 Days in Aztec Nation

El Salvador

25 Days in Aztec Nation

San Andres, Santa Ana, Tazumel, Casa Blanca, Nahuizalco, Salcoatitan, Juayua, Apaneca, Ataco, Tacuba, Puerto de Liberta, San Salvador, , La Palma, Suchitoto, Suchitan, Perquin, , Alegria, Berlin, and Laguna de Alegria.

Both tourism boards have been currently providing transport and a guide to me. I can’t wait to take hours of video along with my GoPro secured onto the car, snap graphics that are amazing and blog about my time invested in Central America. There has been an increase in tourism to these areas, since it is the year that the Mayans predicted the world would end. Their civilization has left its mark on the planet and I can’t wait to bring it into you in movies and my own town guides.

25 Days in Aztec Nation

Hasta mañana,

David