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Stats Georgia

Stats Georgia

Stats Georgia Miles walked: 78.5 (126.3km) Money spent: $589 ($65.44/day) CAD Days in State: 9 Mountains climbed: 18 Trail Magic: 2 Beers Tried: 9       Filed under: Appalachian Trail, Hiking, Trails, USA Tagged: Backpacking, budget, hiking, jfdi,...
Trip Stats

Trip Stats

Days on the road: 572 Countries visited: 15 Money spent: $61039.15 (daily average of $106.71) [This is in Canadian which would currently be approximately $10 US or £5] Distance driven: 61274km/38074miles Longest drive: 937km/582miles Average distance per day:...
Stats Argentina

Stats Argentina

Days in country: 73 Money spent: $5987.96 (daily average $82.03) One time payment of $2786.94 for flights back to Canada and $260 for Zarate port fees. Distance driven: 10359km Longest drive: 756km Average distance per day: 148km Books read: H=5  D=6 Audiobooks=6...
Stats Chile

Stats Chile

Days in country: 30 Money spent: $3881.02 (daily average $129.37) Distance driven: 3213km Longest drive: 438km Average distance per day: 107km Books read: H=2 D=0 Audiobooks=2 Beers tried: 21 Distance hiked/ran: 100km/62miles Elevation gained: 4682m/15360ft # of times...

Budget: Chile

We spent about 55 days in Chile and spent a total of $6,200.  That means that we spent on average about $112 per day. Our expenses were heavily skewed towards transportation which accounted for %63, or $3,875, of our total spend. This was mainly due to three factors:...
An excellent budget resource for full-timers.

An excellent budget resource for full-timers.

One of the blogs I follow is an awesome travel group of two humans and two dogs.  They traveled in a rig named Skyhorse.  If you explore their blog, you will discover why that name is perfect! Recently they posted one of the most detailed, well-documented set of...
Bolivia: Life in the sky.

Bolivia: Life in the sky.

Coming into Copacabana, we found a road that looked passable to take us down to the lakeside. The steep incline ended with us in a swarm of cars along the lakeside. Following the GPS, we turned away from the edge of downtown and the swarms of food stalls and cars, and...

Budget: Bolivia

We spent 18 days in Bolivia and spent a total of $1,570.  That means that we spent on average about $87 per day. Our expenses were pretty evenly split: $500 on food and drink (about 30%); $340 on transportation (about 22%); $340 on entertainment (about 22% —...

Budget: Peru

We spent 35 days in Peru and spent a total of $2,815.  That means that we spent on average about $80 per day. Our largest expense was transportation ($1,462 – about 51% of the total budget), followed by food and drink ($832 – about 30% of the total...
A very ferry New Year in Panama

A very ferry New Year in Panama

Happy to have made it across the border in less time than expected, we set off down the Panamanian highway. According to our GPS we were a few hours away from our destination for the night, but soon it had us turning off the main highway and said we were only 20 miles...
You Better Belize It!

You Better Belize It!

Motoring out of Corozol, we were in high spirits. We were restocked, we’d made it through the border without issue, we were back in an English speaking country [which meant Ike could actually do some of the conversing!], and the car issues were either resolved...
America’s cooler brother to the south

America’s cooler brother to the south

We had a leisurely night in our hotel room in Cancun the night before we flew back to Chicago for our friend’s wedding. The next morning we picked up the remnants from our mojito-fest the night before and did other glamorous tasks, such as washing dishes in the...

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