Many say that visiting Central American countries is asking for trouble. Hundreds of stories about drugs, cartels and common crime circulate in the media.
And while these dangers cannot be denied, my feelings turned out to be quite different. The inhabitants seem to live slowly, seemingly unaware of the lurking dangers. The truth is that these situations take place in large cities, such as the capital of Honduras or the larger towns of Guatemala.
Residents, when asked about this situation, can sometimes laugh, comparing their country with Western Europe.
The album contains my observations about life among green palm trees, blue beaches and phenomenal sunsets.