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Just a quick hello and a short  update , before I start writing again and finally  bring the blog up to date , which I hope to start tomorrow , I am safe and sound in the city of Jerusalem…

Top 5 fotos – Berlin, Alemanha

Com tantos lugares bacanas em nossa viagem, resolvemos separar cinco fotos de alguns lugares que passamos, fotos que não necessariamente retratam bem o lugar, mas sim momentos que saíram bem na foto e que gostamos… simples assim o processo decisório,…

What a Perfect Day at La Campana

Hi, Yasha here, the third member of dare2go. This past week I have joined up with the other two, Juergen and Berta, to do what we worked over a year in Germany for, and I’ve been working six months in…

Δείτε στο επόμενο επεισόδιο (Μποτσουάνα)

Περιμένοντας ν’ ανέβει το βίντεο για τη Μποτσουάνα, θα ήθελα να σας υπενθυμίσω πως το Σάββατο 27 του μήνα, αυτό το Σάββατο δηλαδή, είναι και η μεγάλη συναυλία κατά της εξόρυξης χρυσού στην Ιερισσό Χαλκιδικής. Θα είναι και η Lady…

The old new road to Sudan

Scorched, arid, barren, there aren’t enough words in the thesaurus to describe the Nubian desert. It’s very hot, very hot, and there aren’t many trees to hide under. If there is a tree, it’s usually already occupied by a camel.…

Heading west >>> ……..

Day 135 – S: We had decided to go to Donabate as Lesley had so enjoyed meeting with the ladies last Thursday for a couple of hours doing their various crafts. I would visit the library for that time. We…

A different weekend

A different weekend for a change, a boat trip on the Firth of Forth on Saturday leaving and returning from South Queensferry, stunning day out with a bit of a history lesson. We visited Inchcolm Island which was home to…

The Southwest Circuit of Bolivia

After the Salar de Uyuni, our next destination was the “southwest circuit” of Bolivia. It’s well known for it’s Mars-like landscape on a very high-altitude plain around 15,000 feet (4500 meters). The southwest circuit was everything we expected – bad…

A home away from home in Ecuador

There’s an old Newfoundlander proverb (actually a few different places take credit for this one…) that says “There are no strangers in life, only friends you haven’t met yet.” And in my opinion, meeting people is the best part of…

South America!

This is the Agata M, the vessel that we used to ship our vehicles. This is a picture from the web; we never actually saw it. $166 per mile. That’s what it cost us to ship around the 30 miles…

The pope is waving at me!

Trigger-happy with a lasergun I’m driving through southern Tanzania, and it’s pretty relaxed. Apart from the odd unexpected pothole to keep you alert, the road is reasonable to good. There’s a speed limit of 50 for the villages, and there…

El Salvador

Getting an early start from Monterrico Guatemala, we arrived at the border of El Salvador with high anxiety, a fear of the unknown and not knowing what to expect as we had read and heard from other overlanders how difficult…