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Brasilia

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We were very happy to receive an invitation from Erick and Danielle in Brasilia and so we made our way there today a short 311 km to the Capital.Danielle and Erick are supper hosts. They fed and housed the…
Sam at the geysers Sol de Mañana (as the name implies, the geysers are the biggest in the morning before the sun heats up the air temperature).

Southwest Circus Part 2- Life on Mars

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I had been looking forward to driving through southwest Bolivia for years, and even with all the stress of the tire situation, I was determined that we take our time and enjoy it. Little did I know that while being…
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Ushuaia, Argentina

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Ushuaia, Argentina is often referred to as the southernmost city in the world. There are small towns further south, but this is a differentiation that most people don’t bother to mention.  Signs, shops and t-shirts all over town exclaim this…
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Honduras

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We supposed to skip Honduras and do the two border crossings in a day directly to Nicaragua. Then we took a deep breath and started to drive around in Honduras. So far, so good, glad that we did not skip…

Crossing El Salvador

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From Cerro Verde basically we crossed El Salvador, mainly on a good quality split highway which led us through San Salvador, the capital city. First feeling was “oh no!” when the gps pointed that way, then the whole thing turned…
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Tortuga Verde

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Tortuga Verde is one of a kind in El Salvador. A Hotel/hostel/camping combination on the black sand Pacific beach where you can catch the sunrise and sunset basically from the same point.…
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León

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No dia 02/03/15 deixamos a capital nicaraguense com destino a León. Como mencionamos no post sobre Granada, a cidade de León disputou por muitos anos o título de capital nicaraguense com a cidade de Granada. Esse conflito teve um período…
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THE MYSTERIOUS FLIGHT OF THE MONARCH

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MONARCH BUTTERFIES IN THEIR WINTER HABITAT ON CERRO PELON, MEXICO.Butterflies feature in the carvings and friezes uncovered in the ancient Mesoamerican cities. Cultural myth honours them as a symbol of transformation. The Aztecs believed them to be the spirits…
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Tika Tika Tikal

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The drive to the Mayan Ruins of Tikal takes 2 days from Antigua – going across hills, jungle, some plains and rivers to the other side of the country. Rather than being a waste, our overnight stop was a highlight. A…
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Riding across Tierra del Fuego

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After a cup of hot chocolate at a restaurant near the ferry dock on the north side of TDF we ride south toward Cerro Sombrero where we plan to fuel up and then choose one of the several gravel roads…
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Masaya e Managua

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No dia 26/02 deixamos Granada. Nossa primeira parada foi na Laguna de Apoyo que está situada entre as cidades de Granada e Masaya e foi declarada reserva natural em 1991. Apesar de ser uma reserva, diversos quiosques, hoteis e pensões…
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Antigua to Lake Atitlan

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We arrived in Guatemala’s colonial city (and ex-capital) Antigua on the 15th of December, giving us just about enough time to scout out the best place to buy a coffee before Bridget’s brother Mike arrived on the 17th and sister…

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