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Uruguay is Just the Place for a Holiday

Uruguay is Just the Place for a Holiday

Pin this for later: Uruguay is just the place to have a nice holiday. Beautiful long sandy beaches, summer when the cold winter hits the northern hemisphere, and good tourist infrastructure for all budgets. The country is safe and the people are friendly. Tired of the...
Wining Our Way Through Northern Argentina

Wining Our Way Through Northern Argentina

After arriving in San Pedro de Atacama, Chile it was time for a legitimate American/Canadian Thanksgiving dinner with Jenine, George, Mallary and Chris, complete with turkey, stuffing, potatoes, veggies, and wine.  We all raised a glass and enjoyed each others’...
Las Leñas and Valle Hermoso

Las Leñas and Valle Hermoso

February 2016 Driving through the irrigated vineyards of Mendoza we marveled at the fancy wineries, it felt like we were in California’s Napa Valley. Malbec You can tour the different plush wineries, taste the Malbec and buy a case. After an overnight stop in...
Santiago

Santiago

It’s a happening place, Santiago. A sprawling capital city of six million people and almost certainly the most modern and ‘westernised’ city on the continent. That’s not to say it is without culture, history and character – it has these in spades too. We had spent a...
Santa Catarina: a Spectacular Mountain Roadtrip

Santa Catarina: a Spectacular Mountain Roadtrip

We published this post to encourage people to leave the coast and explore the mountains in the south of Brazil. The mountains are cool, green, and quite beautiful. Many Brazilians know this and the mountains are a popular holiday destination – mainly for people from...
Jamisons Do Peru: part 3

Jamisons Do Peru: part 3

It was time to ditch the touristy Sacred Valley, and move on to the more remote parts of Peru. Plus, the family had to get a little taste of what overlanding was all about. We picked up the rental car, and in true Peruvian form, it was a humongous hassle. Most simple...
An Entire Winter

An Entire Winter

Handily wrapped up in one post. Once again, for the third year in a row, we spent the entire ski season in Winter Park, CO. Way up at 9000 ft on the Continental Divide. It was a cold one, but the snow was great. Bode was on the local ATP ski team 2 days a week with...
Riding Out a 7.8 Quake in Ecuador

Riding Out a 7.8 Quake in Ecuador

Around 8:00 in the evening on Saturday, April 16, we were sitting in the living room in the house we rent in Puerto Lopez, Ecuador, watching television. As happens about every few weeks in this part of the Ring of Fire, the house started shaking. Usually, we look up...
Northern Argentina , south along the Andes

Northern Argentina , south along the Andes

The eastern slope of the Argentinian Andes is drier than we had expected. However, sophisticated watering systems, some dating back to the indigenous people, allow for irrigating and agriculture. Slowly we worked our way south. We wanted to visit Aconcagua, the...
Pisco tasting and the weirdest night

Pisco tasting and the weirdest night

Valle del Elqui, a beautiful place like no other – green valleys set between steep rocky yellow hills. A place known for its production of famous brandy-like national drink – Pisco, which is also a constant source of dispute between Chile and...
WE MADE IT TO THE END OF THE WORLD!!!

WE MADE IT TO THE END OF THE WORLD!!!

WE MADE IT TO THE END OF THE WORLD!!! Over a year of driving, more than 25,000 miles, 14 total countries, hundreds of new friends and memories that will last a lifetime have led us right here, to this moment and place, to the southernmost city on the planet. We are so...

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