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San Miguel de Allende – GoPro 4 Black

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Well I took my fancy Gopro Black 4 on town to SMA for a quick spin on my way to centro and back. From my point of view the “pro” part of the name can be left off, the camera…
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A night at Tecolote Beach

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Tecolote Beach is just a short drive outside of La Paz, B.C.S., Mexico.  All the Mexicans from La Paz love Tecolote and so do the all the travelers.  It offers a few miles of sandy beach, crystal clear water, spectacular…
This was one of the days with sunshine. A few days earlier the wind was so strong that this lake had mini water tornadoes rolling across it.

Torres del Paine, Chile

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The Tehuelche Indians, Patagonia’s original inhabitants, called the wind Shamej Gooshe, translated as “The Wind Which Goes Round”. Shamej Gooshe was a mythical being who would drag animals and people into his underground liar and kill them. I thought we…
We walked from our hotel The Sugar Loaf Lodge to uptown Sedona

21 days on the road…

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As I write these words, we have been on the road for 21 days and have driven 3 790 miles! Everyday is a new adventure and we enjoy every minute of it. We still can’t believe that this is our…

Rainy Costa Rica

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As the truck was now in order and our hotel room was becoming much too comfortable, we set off for the Caribbean Coast of Costa Rica.  Who could resist the tropical beaches, warm breezes, and fresh seafood?  We were pumped…
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“Real” Colonial Charm

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Dan After winding our way through the tight one way streets of San Gil, where I may or may not have clipped a bus with the wing mirror, this remains a matter of debate between driver and navigator, we congratulated…
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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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SCDLC

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One of those Mexican cities where is always exciting to arrive, San Cristobal de las Casas. At high altitude, colonial architecture, good campground, one of the best and affordable artisan markets. These are all GoPro 4 Black photos.…
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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…
The road we took to Sucre was an unexpected surprise, winding through beautiful countryside.

Sucre, Bolivia

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After crossing the border into Bolivia, our next stop was to be the city of Sucre where we intended to stay and work. We had a choice of routes and weren’t sure which was better, and in the end followed…
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FROM DUST TO DELUGE

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6th May: I’m the first to admit I’m not much good when it comes to household repairs, car maintenance, working the DVD or plugging a leak … but this is getting ridiculous. Today I can’t even turn on the shower.…
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GOOD MORNING AMERICA

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1st May: I feel a certain trepidation as we approach the US border. And for good reason, I believe. After all, the United States of America lock up more of their own population than any other country. There is a…
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School Report 9

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Man Made and Natural Wonders of the World There are things in our world that are truly amazing. They may be something that man has built or they may be something natural. Grumpy and I have been lucky to see…
Lights of Las Vegas

Are we now on a holiday?

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 Lights of Las VegasAfter a few days of chores including washing our riding suits in San Diego and Los Angeles, we made use of the excellent interstate highways to move on to Las Vegas to meet up with…
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Honduras to Guatemala

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After three extra days at D&D Brewery at Lago Yojoa it was time again to drive to the Guatemalan border, El Florido. With no intention to spend another night on the dusty futbol field across from Copan ruins, at 7:30…
Chegando em El Pinacate

É isso o que queremos fazer com o financiamento do CATARSE!!!

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Escrevemos este POST para dividir um pouco a feliz experiência que tivemos ao criar a campanha de financiamento coletivo CATARSE, que teve o intuito de recuperar-nos do roubo que sofremos na Colômbia, quando perdemos praticamente todo nosso equipamento eletrônico (máquinas…
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Kanādieši | Canadians

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[Please scroll down for the English version][LV]Kā reiz teica populārs latviešu dzejnieks: “Mums skaidri zināms ir mērķis un mēs uz to ejam.” Arī būt par Kanādiešiem un daļai no šīs fantastiskās nācijas bija viens no mūsu mērķiem, vai…

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