Today I want to talk about travel insurance. It’s an important part of my life as a frequent traveler, and a huge help when I find myself in poor health overseas. I’ve teamed up with VisitorsCoverage, an InsurTech company that created a marketplace that allows international travelers to source the most appropriate travel insurance for their next trip. VisitorsCoverage has sponsored this guide to making a travel insurance claim, and I hope you find it helpful.
The first thing I notice about Granada is the colors. Every house is a bright hue, the sidewalks are paved in patterned tiles, and the roofs are orange with terracotta. Wrought iron railings swirl in front of buildings and glazed ceramics proclaim street names on every corner. I’ve traveled to this part of Nicaragua to take in these details and watch the horses and carriages go by, and I can’t wait to get a taste of life in this Central American city.
I don’t think I’ve formally announced it, but I have a goal of visiting every country in the world in my lifetime. One of the best things about it is that it pushes me to visit places I otherwise wouldn’t travel to. Like El Salvador. This Central American country hasn’t been high on my list, mostly because I’ve never heard anyone talk about it. But now that I’m traveling through the region I can’t help stopping here. And what I find is some of the most beautiful beaches, luxurious hotels, and best surfing in El Salvador.
I didn’t know what to expect from Honduras. Despite having done a report on Tegucigalpa in high school Spanish class, the country has remained a blank on my travel map. But now that I’m on my Central America trip, I’m looking forward to discovering a bit of it. I’m heading to the Bay Islands in the north, and am excited to find all the best things to do in Roatan.