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OMG I flushed the toilet paper!

OMG I flushed the toilet paper!

Enter reverse-culture shock, as alive and well as ever. We are familiar, of course, having previously endured it. But it prevails. Even knowing what it will be like. Even having previous experience with this strange idea. Even feeling prepared. It’s here. The...
Beautiful Baja Part 2

Beautiful Baja Part 2

The town of Loreto was next for a restock and it was a lovely historic town! Sundays see the locals out in force to enjoy “Carnitas” – a once a week pork cook-up served with corn tortillas – Yum!! As usual, if there is a cue of locals then you’re guaranteed to be in...
Shipping

Shipping

The final hurdle for us was what to do with the landrover when we had finished.. We had toyed with selling it in South Africa however despite this being possible, due to the import laws we would have been unable to sell it for 2 years after it was officially imported....
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...
Ongelofelijke Natuur (B1702)

Ongelofelijke Natuur (B1702)

De kust en Guayaquil Voordat we naar de absolute highlight van Ecuador, de Galápagos-eilanden vertrekken zijn we een paar dagen in Puerto Cayo aan de kust. We wandelen naar het dorpje waar weinig te beleven is, langs het strand en naar het nationale park...
Ongelofelijke Natuur (B1702)

Ongelofelijke Natuur (B1702)

De kust en Guayaquil Voordat we naar de absolute highlight van Ecuador, de Galápagos-eilanden vertrekken zijn we een paar dagen in Puerto Cayo aan de kust. We wandelen naar het dorpje waar weinig te beleven is, langs het strand en naar het nationale park...
A Culinary Conundrum in Guatemala

A Culinary Conundrum in Guatemala

Life at Lake Atitlan involves a lot of great food. Life in San Marcos la Laguna involves a lot of vegetables. This is not a problem for us as we eat vegetarian at least half of the time. However, after months of street tacos, vegetables and chicken being our main diet...
Belize

Belize

To avoid our mistake before getting to the belize border head over to Belize Agricultural Health Authority and download their application form to import animals and email this to animalhealth@baha.org.bz Ensure vaccinations against rabies, distemper, hepatitis,...
Reaching 55th Parallel South SO2Ep3

Reaching 55th Parallel South SO2Ep3

Uruguay has always been something like a child of a lesser god .Nowadays  after two centuries living in the shadow of its neighbours ,Brazil and Argentina South America’s smallest country is finally getting a little well-deserved recognition. Progressive, stable, safe...
The Eastern Seaboard, USA

The Eastern Seaboard, USA

A red-eye flight from Buenos Aires to Miami brought us back into North American life literally overnight.  As we sat at the airport in Buenos Aires, we talked about how strange that moment was — in a mere 9 hours everything was going to change.  The culture, the...
Lake Nakuru National Park – Kenya

Lake Nakuru National Park – Kenya

  Lake Nakuru National Park Camouflaged Buffalo Lake Nakuru is one of the Rift Valley soda lakes at an elevation of 1754 m above sea level and is protected by an area of 188 km2. Nakuru town in the distance Created in 1961 around Lake Nakuru, near Nakuru Town. It...
Op de motorbeurs!

Op de motorbeurs!

Dit weekend is één van onze motoren te zien op de motorbeurs, nergens minder dan bij Honda! Leonie haar motor staat daar vol bepakking op het podium. De motorbeurs is van 23 tot en met 26 februari in de Jaarbeurs in Utrecht en wij zijn daar het hele weekend. Wie weet...
Ross’ Stories – Two – My Hometown

Ross’ Stories – Two – My Hometown

I’m Ross, long-term traveller, digital nomad and borderline alcoholic. Over my years of worldwide adventure travel I have collected a large set of stories. The content of each varies wildly, from hilarity to destitution, from kindness to fear and from mishap to...
Volunteering Abroad ~ Guatemala

Volunteering Abroad ~ Guatemala

We knew that when we headed out for a life on the road that we wanted to spend time volunteering in the places we explored. We had done a variety of volunteer work back in Oregon from Habitat to Humanity to Fences for Fidos to cooking for the families at the Ronald...