Category: Latin America

By Preston Nix

#35 Belize

Belize is one of my least favorite countries. The beaches are nice, and I should say that the Cayes in the north, especially the Blue Hole, are supposed to be great, but on the whole, I feel like this country separates itself from its neighbors only because it is English speaking. Other than that, it…

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By Preston Nix

#37 The Dominican Republic

  The Dominican Republic is a fantastic country to visit. I highly recommend it. Especially for long weekends. Direct flights from the states for under $500 round trip, beautiful beaches (my favorite in Latin America so far) and really great people. They don’t hassle you, it’s safe, and still very authentic.   Santo Domingo (Spent…

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By Preston Nix

#40 Panama

Panama City (Spend 24-32 hours here, I did 38) Panama City, the capital of Panama, and home to the Panama Canal (they really just took a name they liked and stuck with it didn’t they), was a fine country where I felt save and welcomed. A good friend lived there for a time, told me…

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By Preston Nix

#38 Chile

Chile is an incredibly safe and developed country. Honestly, I felt like I was just in Chicago or Houston, but where the languages were swapped (plenty of people spoke English too, just like plenty of people in America speak Spanish).  I went to Chile with the MBA program at TCU, but a few good friends…

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