Chillin in Chile

We had made it through the heat and commotion in Central America, managed to ship our bikes from Panama to Colombia, endured the elevation and rain in Peru, ridden through Bolivia, the poorest country in Latin America, struggled in the mud and frozen our butts off in the Andean Altiplano, and finally we had made …

Real-life Forrest Gump

Riding from Alaska to Tierra del Fuego you are bound to bump into some pretty crazy people. Some people have given up their normal life, sold everything and travel for years with no income other than what they can earn on the way. Others ride a push-bike all the way through the 2 continents. One …

Guatemala

We spent our last night in Mexico in Comitán de Domínguez before we crossed the border to Guatemala. On our way to Comitan we passed beautiful countryside with small fields and livestock and people everywhere. Stopped at a delicious fruit stall with pretty indigenous girls. Found a nice little hotel in Comitan with space for the bikes. …

México mi corazón

When we made it out of Barranca Del Cobre (Copper Canyon) we were both extremely tired. We rode into the nearest city Choix to find a hotel. We went around for a while and asked a few people before we found a place. It looked somewhat shabby, but the sheets were clean, there was a …

OH DEER!!

If you have read the previous post, you will know that we have seen a LOT of wildlife on our way through Colorado and Utah – elk, mule deer and pronghorns. We love seeing deer and always stop to get pictures, but we like them best at a distance. In the Morning on September 19th …

Claudia & Paolo

Just before we left Fairbanks, we met this couple from Chile. They’ve driving their old 81′ Volkswagen Beetle all the way up to Prudhoe Bay, Alaska and were now almost at the finish line of their trip. Super nice couple. We exchanged e-mails and agreed to meet up again, once we get to Chile. Claudia …