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Are we in a hurry?

Greetings from Oaxaca with mole negro on my face. We landed at a comfortable place (overlanderoasis.com) a few days ago and have stayed longer than we intended. I think we were in a hurry. Or something. Last time I wrote here, we were crossing into Baja with the...

Borders, borders, borders!

We were able to wrap up business and pleasure in the Verde Valley within good time. The weather was amazing for us, while we were there which allowed us to get a lot of work done. This visit had some highs and lows, losses and gains along the scale of human...

El Salvador

First we got a bit confused by a misinformation about a bordercrossing to El Salvador by a family from Quebec, who read on a blog about some low clearance bridge at our chosen aduana. Luckily we got a feedback from our friends Mike and Shannon who crossed a day before...

Alta goes to the spa (or the dogs)!

The slow car fast house momentum has ceased. We are pleasantly surprised to know that some of you noticed, and wrote us to check in.  Thanks for caring!  We packed up the dogs and headed Rocky Point (Puerto Penasco, Mexico) to meet up with Mom and hang out at the...

Arepas Boyacenses o Arepas de Boyacá

Haga click para ver el pase de diapositivas. Otro tipo de arepas diferentes a las venezolanas y a las de choclo, son las arepas típicas del departamento de Boyacá. Las hacen con una harina de maíz más fina que la harina Pan, pero también precocida. Lo mejor de todo es...