“…travel was my other extreme passion. It wasn’t even a passion; it was more like a necessity for me.”
Marina started traveling over 15 years ago and has since settled down with her husband and two young boys in Guatemala after traveling solo to around 40 countries and living in Europe, the United States, and Costa Rica. They now travel as a family about 2-3 months out of the year.
In this episode we talk about some of those travels; including the time she experienced blatant corruption by government officials when crossing the border into Nicaragua.
“After that, it really put us on edge and we were constantly looking for where there was more corruption coming up.” – Marina Kuperman Villatoro
She uses her extensive knowledge of Central America to provide recommendations for those wishing to travel to the area and, especially, to those traveling with children.
“El Salvador does not get the proper respect that it should. It’s a really sweet place.” – Marina Kuperman Villatoro
She also provides advice for those looking to get started on a life of travel and exploration.
“Once you start doing it, you just have to readjust your mind. You just have to be flexible.” – Marina Kuperman Villatoro
Mentioned in this Episode:
→ Marina’s Facebook Group: Society of Day Trading Women
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