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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’...
Thali Time!

Thali Time!

My hands-down (hands-in!) favourite feed in India was the Thali. These ‘set meals’ were always the best value and represented an assortment of typical, local food of the area, varying enormously between states and regions. Thali’s were always the...
South Indian Breakfasts

South Indian Breakfasts

There is simply no better way to start your day in the South of India than feasting on one of the regions fresh, mouth-watering breakfasts. Roadside, beachside, village, town or city, tiny cafes, restaurants and street stalls churn out simple breakfast staples to a...
Le Corbusier In India

Le Corbusier In India

Not having done much research prior to arriving in Ahmedabad I was pleasantly surprised to discover that the city had four Le Corbusier buildings. With a love of architecture and full of intrigue I had to find out more about why these buildings were here. In...
Kerala Man 

Kerala Man 

​As we travel overland we often notice quirky idiosyncrasies about the world around us. It’s no mystery that India is unlike any other country and respectively our observations here are quite unique.  In Kerala state in particular the Indian...
Family, Friends & 5000 Miles

Family, Friends & 5000 Miles

Driving across the U.S. was not just about breaking in the Jeep, it was about the people we would see, both those we know and those we would meet along the way.  After leaving our gracious hosts, Pradeep and Bev, in Florida our next big stop was New Orleans, Jared had...
Taking it Easy in Salt Lake City

Taking it Easy in Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City, the high-elevation capital of Utah, draws visitors from around the world. With its close proximity to both snow for skiing and the Great Salt Lake for water sports, this Western city’s scenic setting is matched with world class activities. Whether you...
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...
Angekommen

Angekommen

Die Klimaanlage schnurrt leise vor sich hin, es ist angenehm kühl. Wir liegen in einem bequemen Bett und schauen an die hohe Decke des wunderschönen alten Hauses. Es ist ein gutes Gefühl. Wir sind zufrieden. Wir sind in Singapur angekommen. Gestern Abend haben wir...
The Reality

The Reality

Yesterday someone commented on a blog post I did, telling me, in effect, that I was a whiner. I spammed his comment, not even bothering to engage in any sort of dialogue with such nonsense,  but it was actually a perfect setup for this post, which I’ve had in...
Nossa última semana…

Nossa última semana…

Já faz uma semana que estamos em Ulaanbaatar, capital da Mongólia. Assim que chegamos, nos hospedamos em uma pousada e tiramos alguns dias para relaxar, colocarmos as coisas em dia e fazermos uma faxina em nossa casa. É primavera por aqui e esta não é uma boa estação...
Preço do combustível no mundo

Preço do combustível no mundo

Você sabia que é possível saber o preço dos combustíveis de quase todos os países do mundo pela internet? Sim, é possível e isso é muito bom, pois possibilita-nos ter maior acertividade em nosso orçamento. Esta informação também nos ajuda enquanto estamos viajando,...
Grandes amigos na Rússia

Grandes amigos na Rússia

De todos os países que já visitamos em nossas viagens pelo mundo, a Rússia foi onde mais amigos fizemos. A dificuldade de comunicação não impôs barreiras para entrarmos em contato com pessoas maravilhosas, que queriam nos receber da melhor forma possível em seu país....
Joshua Tree

Joshua Tree

We had to escape. San Diego was sucking us dry emotionally and financially and with the addition of a rainy weekend forecast, we knew it was head out or lose our minds. The answer: Joshua Tree. We had heard of Joshua Tree National Park, of course, and Ken and Wendy...
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...
North Thailand

North Thailand

The mountain roads in the north west of Thailand had been recommended to us, so we headed to the Myanmar border at Mae Sok and started what was to be nearly a week of stunning roads. Pretty much all were in superb condition, with endless sharp corners and steep...

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