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Enquanto o Ferry não sai…

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Continuamos em Cartagena para resolver a novela da travessia para o Panamá. Como esse assunto tem consumido boa parte dos nossos dias, não temos muito o que escrever (mais tarde faremos um post sobre a travessia). De diferente fizemos apenas…
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Argentina’s Lake District

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After getting some good sleep in Junin we pack up and move south another few hours, about 100 miles, through San Martin de Los Andes and on to Villa la Angostura.  Our friend, Pete, is there and we hope to…
We did a day trip to Puyo (in the jungle) by bus where we visited a monkey reserve and learned a little about medicinal plants

Monkeys, Vicuñas and Snow-covered Volcanoes

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We spent another four days near Baños, staying with Sue and Marc at their campground about 20 minutes down the valley from town. Their place, Pequeña Paraiso, is set in a cloud forest with lots of birds. Marc is, among…
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Blame It On The Gringos

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So here is the thing, I am a tourist, but I hate being around other tourists. It is a syndrome many overlanders get I think. With the ability to do our own thing, and for the most part becoming a…
Perito Moreno glaciar, Argentina

Ice, ice baby

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Perito Moreno glaciar, ArgentinaPunta Arenas, Chile [by Paula] It would be fair to say that Christmas Day 2014 did not begin with a cheery festive smile. Anyone that knows me will be aware that without an early morning cup…
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Salvador de Bahia

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We got up today to pouring rain despite it being bright and sunny outside, only in Brazil. But unlike Vancouver where this would last for days here it usually lasts less than 30 minutes.We planned to go up the…
This picture is on every postcard and travel magazine for a reason. It is spectacular!

Machu Pichu With Friends

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One of the things we most dreaded and most looked forward to was Machu Picchu. We dreaded it because it is has turned into an overpriced tourist black hole. We looked forward to it because, hell, it is Machu Picchu!…
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Riding south through Argentina

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After Christmas we decide to try and cover some miles and ride south through Argentina, which is less expensive than Chile.  We ride south on Ruta 40 through San Rafael and on to Malargue the first night.The road leads…
Farmland on the hills

On the Road in Colombia

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For us, the landscape was the star in Colombia. We’ve met other overlanders that gawk at the speed we’ve been travelling, but we’ve come to accept two things on this journey. One, we get bored after a few days in…
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Cartagena

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No dia 23/01/15 chegamos em Cartagena de Índias ou simplesmente Cartagena. Situada no norte da Colômbia, na costa caribenha, essa cidade com cerca de 1 milhão de habitantes é a quinta maior cidade colombiana e um dos mais importantes portos…
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Wine tasting in Mendoza, Argentina

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When in Rome….do whatever Romans do.  And when in Mendoza, drink wine.  Yes, please. Sign me up. Toby and Chloe, friends we met on the road who have a blog going – Carpe Viam – have been given a contact…
From Paracas, we headed towards Cusco, but it was a long drive that took us several days.  This photo is of the Plaza de Armas in Cusco.

Nazca Lines, Cusco, and Sacsayhuaman

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From Paracas we headed to the sacred valley, an area around Cusco where the majority of the more touristed Incan archaelogical sites are (including Machu Pichu). We expected that this drive would take us several days because there was a…
Wev'e been trying to figure out the difference between llamas, vicuñas, and alpacas. So far we've decided that vicuñas are smaller and less scruffy looking than their cousins.  Their long slender neck is an easy way to identify them.

Volcanoes and Waterfalls in Ecuador

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We left Salinas and drove across a high plateau toward Parque Nacional Chimborazo. In what was becoming a pattern, we were supposed to be staring straight at the Chimborazo volcano for the whole drive, but all we saw was fog,…
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4 vídeos que voce tem que ver no VLE!

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- O primeiro vídeo de todos! Como tudo começou…– Chegada Ushuaia, nossa primeira meta cumprida na viagem!– Visita a Machu Picchu no Peru.– Nossa participação no Programa Papo Reto do Woohoo.Related posts:Novo vídeo – “Peru…
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Hacienda Venecia

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Hacienda Venecia sits in a valley of the Colombian coffee region. We camped there two nights and were given an excellent tour of the coffee plantation including a coffee history lesson, roasting and tasting session. The red and white buildings…
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Buzios & Corcovado

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Poor Dan had to do the oil changes on one of the hottest days we have had, luckily the guys at the local service station let him use their bay so he was inside in the shade. The worst part…

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