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Is Guatemala City Safe

Checkout my latest adventure. We’ll take a walking tour of Guatemala City’s infamous Zone 1 and find out if it’s safe for tourists.

Hello, my name is Buffer

I am an avid traveler and adventurer who loves nothing more than exploring the world.

A pic of Buffer Boesch and his Surly Ogre

Me and my Surly Ogre

As a passionate traveler, I believe that there is no better way to see the world than by embracing all forms of travel, whether that be by bicycle, plane, train, or any other means. Each mode of travel allows you to experience the world in a different way and see things that you otherwise would have missed.

From the quaint villages and rural countryside to the bustling cities and hidden gems that are often overlooked, travel gives you a unique perspective on the world and the chance to create unforgettable memories.

I hope to inspire others to experience the joys of travel. So, sit back, relax, and let’s explore the world together.

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