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Beautiful Baja Part 2

Beautiful Baja Part 2

The town of Loreto was next for a restock and it was a lovely historic town! Sundays see the locals out in force to enjoy “Carnitas” – a once a week pork cook-up served with corn tortillas – Yum!! As usual, if there is a cue of locals then you’re guaranteed to be in...
Beautiful Baja Part 1

Beautiful Baja Part 1

Other than our GPS counting down the kms to the Mexican border, the only other indicator that you’re almost at the edge of US Sovereign Territory is the snaking cue of snowbirds eagerly waiting their turn to enter the Badlands! Why would that be I hear you ask? Well...
Positive Intent

Positive Intent

Dan “I wonder if they like what they do?”  “I’d ask but they probably don’t speak English” “This probably isn’t even a charity, just another scam to try and get money out dumb tourists” This was an overheard...
First border crossing in new rig!

First border crossing in new rig!

The initial test runs went smoothly throughout the Arizona desert.  So we were ready to cross the border and head to Puerto Penasco (Rocky Point), Mexico.  This is a crossing that we have used hundreds of times in the past 30+ years.  Rocky Point has fallen into and...

Behind The Scenes of The Baja Diaries

A behind the scenes look at the challenges of filming a Adventure Travel Series and producing video Off Grid in the back of a VW Bus. The post Behind The Scenes of The Baja Diaries appeared first on Kombi...
Beginning to roll, again.

Beginning to roll, again.

With my mothers house sold and all our belongings distributed again, we were ready to roll.  It seems that it was harder to get rid of it all the second time around.  But it’s gone and we are ready to go.   We began with stops to see the kids.  And we spent some...

Is it Safe to Travel to Mexico?

There is good reason why you have heard that it is not safe to travel to Mexico – but here we will show you why you shouldn’t listen to that advice! The post Is it Safe to Travel to Mexico? appeared first on Kombi...
The Eastern Seaboard, USA

The Eastern Seaboard, USA

A red-eye flight from Buenos Aires to Miami brought us back into North American life literally overnight.  As we sat at the airport in Buenos Aires, we talked about how strange that moment was — in a mere 9 hours everything was going to change.  The culture, the...
Back to Ecuador

Back to Ecuador

After using up our visa and an extension in Colombia, we crossed back to Ecuador just one day before our visa extension expired. That means we spent a total of six months in Colombia. Some people drive from Alaska to Patagonia in this timeframe. But everybody with...