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Chapter 52: On the Road to the End of the World

Chapter 52: On the Road to the End of the World

  The following post details the Nowhere Men’s journey from April 13 – April 15: In the final days of our trip, as we tip-toed to Tierra del Fuego, the Land of Fire, we let all that we’d seen and done sink in. A couple of nights left sleeping in the car...
Chapter 51: Torres del Paine Prevails

Chapter 51: Torres del Paine Prevails

  The following post details the Nowhere Men’s journey from April 6 – April 12: Story Highlights: We took an accidental detour from Calafate to Puerto Natales en route to Torres del Paine National Park Day 1 – The winds fought us hard in our introductory...
USA: los imperdibles de Utah

USA: los imperdibles de Utah

For the english version see below Los imperdibles de Utah Antes de entrar a Utah sabíamos muy pocas cosas sobre este estado, como por ejemplo que era el estado Mormón y que la cerveza tenía menos graduación alcohólica (al menos eso nos habían dicho por ahí). Pero...
Chapter 50: A Glacial Undertaking

Chapter 50: A Glacial Undertaking

  The following post details the Nowhere Men’s journey from April 3 – April 6: Back in Argentina, we sailed through a vast sea of nothingness. A beige blend of sun-scorched yellow shrubbery and wind-whacked green weeds dotted what was an otherwise dry, lifeless...
Chiloé: Part II

Chiloé: Part II

After seeing the cities of Chiloé, we wanted to see a bit more of the nature as well. We had our ferry tickets booked, so now we had peace of mind and could enjoy some middle-of-nowhere peace. We headed to National Park Chiloé and set camp. All the time, we could hear...
Tug’s Film Debut!

Tug’s Film Debut!

So in our last post introducing Tug, we got a lot of emails and comments that we didn’t include enough pictures of Tug. So we went back and asked Tug if he would like to share some words with everyone....
Transylvania Restaurant

Transylvania Restaurant

While everybody is raving about the German bakery by Lake Arenal, Costa Rica and camping/boon-docking by the lakeside, as we did a year ago, we just came across a new possibility at the Transylvania Restaurant. The friendly European owners of the place offer excellent...

Nicaragua border gong-show

Nicaragua border crossing into and out from the country is one of the biggest gong-shows in Central America. While last year it took lots of “no, no, no, noooo!” to stop them from spraying their carcinogen  fumigation inside the van, which ended up with...
4. Wedding – Campo 9, Paraguay

4. Wedding – Campo 9, Paraguay

The story of our fourth wedding began in Brazil, where we tried and tried to find a wedding. At last, we succeeded – and this was mainly because of the amazing Paz Casamentos agency. Welcome to the wedding of Gisele and Kevin. :) But before we get to the...
Pulhapanzak

Pulhapanzak

From a one night stay D&D Brewery became a multi-night station. If one of the fastest internet is not enough reason to stay a bit more, there is the food, the relaxing atmosphere and of course there are lots of things to see around. Pulhapanzak waterfalls is one...
Chiloé

Chiloé

Chiloé, namely it’s biggest island “Isla Grande de Chiloé” – is the second largest island on the South American continent. As you will see, it’s a quite different from the rest of Chile and our last stop in the lake district. The...
Juayua Food Festival

Juayua Food Festival

There is something special about small mountain towns.  They feel so secluded from everything else and typically are rich in culture when compared to the major cities.  Each one seems to have its own unique thing and rarely is it obvious.  Maybe it’s a certain...
North-west Argentina

North-west Argentina

At 15,500 ft we crossed from Chile into Argentina over the Paso San Francisco. We’d enjoyed our three days waiting in the high Andes for the border to open, but were looking forward to descending down to rejoin the Ruta 40 highway and the more temperate climate of...
Cabin Hopping with Richard’s Mom, Chile

Cabin Hopping with Richard’s Mom, Chile

We had some chores to take care of in Santiago before Richard’s mom arrived for a visit.  Santiago de Chile (in case you get confused with which Santiago I am speaking of) has a population of around 5 million people.  Manicured parcels of grass fill the...
Mexico – Yucatan to Oaxaca

Mexico – Yucatan to Oaxaca

< ?xml version="1.0"?> After our two weeks in Cuba we need some rest and drive once again to the nice campground in Xpu-Ha close to Tulum. This is a beautiful place to relax and enjoy ourselves at the Caribbean beach. We meet a few other couples from Germany and spend...

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