Emma Beyn Travel Articles

 
Emma Beyn – Author Biography
Emma Beyn – Author Biography The Premier site for travelling and travel information. Author bio/profile for
BootsnAll photojournalist Emma Beyn.
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Petén: The Guatemalan North
Petén: The Guatemalan North As anyone coming to Guatemala is painfully aware of, if you miss the ruins at Tikal, you might as well not come at all. As the number one tourist attraction in the country, this jungle encrusted ancient city of the Maya is truly worth a visit. Just about everybody you meet on the road is […]
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Where Flamingoes Go To Heaven: Celestún Eager Estuary – Celestún, Mexico
Where Flamingoes Go To Heaven: Celestún Eager Estuary – Celestún, Mexico Where Flamingoes Go To Heaven: Celestún’s Eager Estuary Celestún, Mexico Flamingoes Most travelers visit the tiny, windy beach town of Celestún, Mexico because of the birds. During the right season, Celestún is home to more than 18,000 flamingoes, representing North America’s only mainland flamingo population. Located on the western edge of the Yucatan peninsula, the […]
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Isla Mujeres: A Kinder, Gentler Cancun – Isla Mujeres, Mexico
Isla Mujeres: A Kinder, Gentler Cancun – Isla Mujeres, Mexico Isla Mujeres: A Kinder, Gentler Cancun Isla Mujeres, Mexico I admit it, I hate Cancun. And believe me, it doesn’t take very long for even the most astute drinker and shopper to be disgusted by Cancun’s malls, tourist traps, and general atmosphere of idiocy and deteriorating brain cells. Why not slightly increase your IQ and […]
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Seashells, Lobster, Golf Carts and You – Isla Holbox, Mexico
Seashells, Lobster, Golf Carts and You – Isla Holbox, Mexico Seashells, Lobster, Golf Carts and You Isla Holbox, Mexico Holbox sunset The island of Holbox, (pronounced hohl-bosh) which lies off the northern coast of Mexico’s Yucatan penninsula, is an old-school jewel of character and oddity. Depending on the season, you may be one of a handful or one of a couple handfulls of travelers visiting […]
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Take Me to the Other Side: Cozumel’s Real Wild Side – Cozumel, Mexico
Take Me to the Other Side: Cozumel’s Real Wild Side – Cozumel, Mexico Take Me to the Other Side: Cozumel’s Real Wild Side Cozumel, Mexico A worthwhile excursion to make while you’re on Isla Cozumel is to get some sort of transport (bikes for rent, scooters for $30/day, cars for about $40/day) and head for the island’s "other side." Moving from west to east, you’ll experience an amazing […]
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Emma Beyn: BootsnAll Photojournalist
Emma Beyn: BootsnAll Photojournalist Emma Beyn BootsnAll Photojournalist A Day at the Office Emma lives in the East Village of New York City. Here she spends a lot of time drinking coffee, reading about baseball, and procrastinating. She makes her living as a freelance writer, but considers herself a backpacker at heart. During the summer months she leads cross […]
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