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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...
Mission: Middle Brazil

Mission: Middle Brazil

A brewery, a palace, a gold mine, a football stadium, a police selfie, a floating angel, broken glow-plug, a desert lagoon and a foot swallowing sand-bubble. Our last post saw Rio and fab beaches, now we’re on a mission to see the great mix of middle Brazil, with the...
It’s Brazil, Baby!

It’s Brazil, Baby!

You like beaches? Brazil’s got trillions. You like jungle? They’ve got the world’s biggest. You like mountains and caves? Yup, they’ve got those. Waterfalls? Tick. Deserts and dunes? Err… yes. Wildlife? Yah, plenty dat too. And of course, the football… many shed-loads...
Antigua

Antigua

Cabaña Suiza, unglaublich hilfreiche und overlander-freundliche Schweizer Familie.   Nachdem wir uns mit aller Gemütlichkeit langsam durch das wunderschöne Guatemala bewegten, hiess es nun endlich auch mal wieder aktiv zu werden. Geistig aktiv um es genauer zu sagen....
CROSSING THE ATLANTIC OCEAN SO2-Ep2

CROSSING THE ATLANTIC OCEAN SO2-Ep2

  Getting vehicles across high seas has always been a headache for overlanders. In our case, this was the first issue we had to solve since crossing the Atlantic is the only way to get to South America from Europe. The freight company of Grimaldi was the solution...
Overland Travel: The first snow

Overland Travel: The first snow

What to do after celebrating Christmas and the New Year with family? Return to the road!   Where did we travel to? We first spend a few days wild camping nearby Baraque Michel in the Belgian Ardennes. Baraque Michel is third highest point of Belgium (674m /...
Istanbul not Constantinople

Istanbul not Constantinople

Istanbul, the seventh largest city proper in the world and the largest city in Europe, was our home for almost a month. Straddling the Bosphorus Straight this city has one foot in Europe and one foot in Asia. Riding the motorcycles in Istanbul was a nervous affair and...