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The 4Runner Revolts – Day 2

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Tossed and turned all night wondering what pleasures tomorrow would bring. I eventually saw the sun come up, kissed Lauren goodbye and hiked out the road. Not much traffic flowing…
One of my main goals before we left our apartment in Huanchaco was to finally get caught up on our perpetually lolly-gagging blog. Well… needless to say that didn’t happen. In fact our blog is now hitting an almost laughable … <a href="http://homeonthehighway.com/adios-huanchaco/">Continue reading <span>→</span></a>

Adios Huanchaco!

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One of my main goals before we left our apartment in Huanchaco was to finally get caught up on our perpetually lolly-gagging blog. Well… needless to say that didn’t happen.…
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The Gauntlet

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Driving through Central America is pretty cool, you can drive from one side of a country to the other in a single day or decide to stay a month or…
I awake from a groggy nap in the back of the truck. We hit the winding road. I honk at my bar friends still going hard. I wonder just how long they have been partying? Nacho and crew are caravan’ng …

Villa De Leyva

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I awake from a groggy nap in the back of the truck. We hit the winding road. I honk at my bar friends still going hard. I wonder just how…
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Leaving El Cocuy…

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Leaving El Cocuy was interesting… Our truck was secured in a nearby parking lot. I went to go pick it up one Sunday morning around 7AM, hoping the garage owner…
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Budget #6

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BUDGET FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE COUNTRIES VISITED– Panama, Colombia PORT FEES- $127.77 GAS- $484.84 TRANSPORTATION- $182.77 Includes insurance for the car, taxis, parking fees, and tolls.  There were A…

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