Tag Archives: underground

Subterranean Naples

Anyone who knows me knows I have a wanderlust. There are even books written about my travel adventures. My latest voyage took me to six countries in and around the Mediterranean, including two I’d never been to before. One of … Continue reading

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Rio Camuy Caves, Puerto Rico

Deep below the surface of northern Puerto Rico, lie the impressive Rio Camuy Caves. Formed over millions of years by the Rio Camuy subterranean river, the third longest underground river in the world, the caves really are sight not to … Continue reading

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Mexican Underworld

Today being Cinco de Mayo got me thinking of a fantastic trip I made to Mexico’s Mayan Riviera back in 2011. And I especially keep coming back to our underground exploits from that visit! The northern half of Mexico’s Yucatán … Continue reading

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Pyramids, eco-tourism and hanging out… upside-down!

Note from Jaspa – So, we have a confession to make. We promised ourselves that we would try and write a blog every weekend, and here we are, late on only the second attempt! I blame Bisckits myself. Anyway, if … Continue reading

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