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On a Saturday night we fly out of Buenos Aires, bound for someplace north….it’s a long and winding road home to South Dakota from here for me, and this will be the first step of many.  I find other than... <a href="https://sturgischick.wordpress.com/2015/07/02/seattle-shortstop/">Read More ›</a><img alt="" border="0" src="https://pixel.wp.com/b.gif?host=sturgischick.wordpress.com&blog=49567018&post=5882&subd=sturgischick&ref=&feed=1" width="1" height="1"/>

Seattle Shortstop

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On a Saturday night we fly out of Buenos Aires, bound for someplace north….it’s a long and winding road home to South Dakota from here for me, and this will be the first step of many.  I find other than…
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Getting back to North America

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After nearly two years on the road, we have finally reached the end of our planned travel in South America. We could go on and on, I think, as far as riding this continent or moving on to others.  There…
These spendy, spendy toll roads around the outskirts of Mexico DF are as close as we got to driving in the city.

Mexico

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It was only a matter of time before we were sucked into the vortex that was Mexico City. Although driving around the country of Mexico you soon realise that locally, the city is simply referred to as  ‘Mexico’, or ‘DF’…
Colonia del Sacramento is the only UNESCO world heritage site in all of Uruguay, and we have already heard that this village of cobblestoned streets and remnants of forts is a lovely place to visit.  It was originally settled in 1680... <a href="https://sturgischick.wordpress.com/2015/06/21/colonia-del-sacramento-uruguay/">Read More ›</a><img alt="" border="0" src="https://pixel.wp.com/b.gif?host=sturgischick.wordpress.com&blog=49567018&post=5821&subd=sturgischick&ref=&feed=1" width="1" height="1"/>

Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay

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Colonia del Sacramento is the only UNESCO world heritage site in all of Uruguay, and we have already heard that this village of cobblestoned streets and remnants of forts is a lovely place to visit.  It was originally settled in…
Brian and I have a bright spot on the horizon in Uruguay, and his name is Pete.  He is a friend we met back in Mexico and who graduated with the same class of Stahlratte travelers. Pete will be last... <a href="https://sturgischick.wordpress.com/2015/06/18/montevideo-uruguay/">Read More ›</a><img alt="" border="0" src="https://pixel.wp.com/b.gif?host=sturgischick.wordpress.com&blog=49567018&post=5804&subd=sturgischick&ref=&feed=1" width="1" height="1"/>

Montevideo, Uruguay

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Brian and I have a bright spot on the horizon in Uruguay, and his name is Pete.  He is a friend we met back in Mexico and who graduated with the same class of Stahlratte travelers. Pete will be last…
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Alpine Delight in Creel

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We always love a good mountain town, whether it be someplace stylish a’ la Whistler, somewhere close to home like Government Camp, or the adventure capital of the Copper Canyon, Creel. Leaving our spectacularly situated hotel on the rim of…
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Van sin van : Istanbul

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Our honeymoon in Turkey and Greece was a completely different travel experience from our last journey abroad. We started out by taking a mercifully direct flight from San Francisco to Istanbul on Turkish Airlines, 14 hours that went by quickly…
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Tres Fronterras and the Swampy Cow

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The falls at Iguazu are only a few miles up the river from the triple international border shared between Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay.  On the way back from the Brazil side of the falls, Brian and I ride out to…
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Iguazu Falls

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When I think of Brasil, I think of Iguazu and the great goliath of waterfalls that is so exotic to me.  Riding east from Paraguay and into Brasil drops you nearly on the doorstep of the great cascades.  The falls…
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Riding into Brazil

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There are only about 100 miles to cross to get from Walter’s place to the border with Brazil at Ciudad del Este.  Walter gives us some great ideas about places to camp and some sites we should try and get…
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The Reason We Went ~

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While a big birthday was the impetus for planning the trip, Mexico’s Copper Canyon was the draw. While we were very pleasantly surprised to fall in love with Alamos and El Fuerte on the way, the Canyon was the planned…
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Asuncion, Paraguay

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Our ride to Asuncion is a long one, and seems to burn through the day quickly.  Having had to deal with a hard-starting bike this morning no doubt has set the tone for the day.  We arrive in Asuncion later…

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