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The two craziest weeks of our trip

The two craziest weeks of our trip

As Buenos Aires faded into our rearview mirror, we excitedly awaited our coming weekend in Mendoza. We had skipped the wine capital of Argentina so far on our trip, but were excited to plunge into the Malbecs, Cab Sauvs, and other great wines the region is famous for....
Nomadizens Photo Book

Nomadizens Photo Book

To our devoted readers and followers: We are considering making a coffee table style photo book comprising our favorite pictures from the trip. We want to gauge interest. So let us know if you would be interested in purchasing such a book, and if so, what is your...
Bolivia: Life in the sky.

Bolivia: Life in the sky.

Coming into Copacabana, we found a road that looked passable to take us down to the lakeside. The steep incline ended with us in a swarm of cars along the lakeside. Following the GPS, we turned away from the edge of downtown and the swarms of food stalls and cars, and...
Colombia: Proof that the world is awesome

Colombia: Proof that the world is awesome

Colombia “Ike, wake up. People keep jogging by and looking into the car.” And with that, my short few hours of sleep was over, and I groggily pulled myself out of the car. The sun was out and it was already getting warm. Looking around, it was clear we were the only...
Bogota Graffiti Tour

Bogota Graffiti Tour

Christian and the group over at BOGOTA GRAFFITI led a 2.5 hour tour around the La Calendaria district, explaining the history of street art in Bogota and the unique position artists here have with it not being ‘technically’ illegal, but...
A very ferry New Year in Panama

A very ferry New Year in Panama

Happy to have made it across the border in less time than expected, we set off down the Panamanian highway. According to our GPS we were a few hours away from our destination for the night, but soon it had us turning off the main highway and said we were only 20 miles...
You Better Belize It!

You Better Belize It!

Motoring out of Corozol, we were in high spirits. We were restocked, we’d made it through the border without issue, we were back in an English speaking country [which meant Ike could actually do some of the conversing!], and the car issues were either resolved...