Guatemala – Travel Series – Day 1

I’m finally able to upload my first Youtube video from Guatemala! There was literally no wifi in Guatemala that was good enough to upload to Youtube or to my blog. It even took half a day to upload a picture to my Insta story. I’ve basically been without good wifi now for 2 weeks, so please excuse my delay. The good news though, is that I have so much content to show you guys.

This is the first episode of the Guatemala Travel Series. There will be 3 or 4 more episodes in this series. So stay tuned if you want to see me climb volcanos and have dinner with the locals.

For more pictures from Guatemala, check out my Instagram: @Fashioncams


Our apartment in Guatemala

Hey everyone! I’m so sorry for the lack of posts, but the Wifi in Guatemala has been non-existing. I do however have a bunch of content to share with you guys. So excuse the delays in some posts!

Guatemala has surpassed my expectations! What a beautiful country, with great nature, atmosphere, and people, and don’t get me started on the amazing food. I felt like we left New York in a rush, so it was nice to come to a country that was so calm and warm, some places in Antigua actually felt like time was standing still. Jon and I are both super social people, so just being away from everything for a few days felt pretty good. The only thing that was a bit stressful was the Wifi situation, I really wanted to post to my blog and Youtube, but there was no way to do that. I was almost not able to upload pics and stories to Instagram.

Anyways, back to my headline. Here are some pictures of where we stayed in Guatemala. We had rented a beautiful Airbnb in Antigua, and I couldn’t have been happier. Ricardo our Airbnb host was super nice and eager to help us with whatever we needed. His staff was also super sweet, it put a smile on our face every morning when we ran into them outside.

Safety was a small concern we had before we got there, but when we arrived we saw that the apartment complex was hidden behind a secure gate. A lot of people were telling us that Guatemala was dangerous, and even on the US government site, it said we should reconsider traveling. I can’t talk for all of Guatemala, but in Antigua where we were, it felt super safe. I even left my credit card in the ATM the first day, but the old women that worked in the shop next door kept it safe for me ♥

Where in the world is your favorite Airbnb?