• Dakar Rally

    One important deadline had been hanging over our heads throughout the journey: The Dakar rally rest-day in Copiapo in Chile on Jan 8th. A Danish participant Jes Munk, #86 was in the rally for the second year in a row. We really wanted to meet Jes and support him the best we could. Lars had …

  • Altiplano adventure

    Before entering Bolivia we knew that this was probably going to be the toughest part of our Pan-American journey. Bolivia is very poor and underdeveloped and the part we would go through, the Altiplano, has limited infrastructure. The Altiplano is a large area where the Andes are widest. It stretches from southeast Peru to northwest Argentina and …

  • Peru – the Beauty and the Beast!

    We crossed the border from Ecuador to Peru at Macara, a small border crossing in the mountains. It was funny how the scenery was repeating as we moved through the continent. The scenery around this border was very similar to the Sonoran desert in Arizona and northern Mexico, very dry with little vegetation. There was …

  • Blasting through Ecuador

    Ecuador offered the most amazing perfect 4 – or even 6 lane highways. We had an important deadline in Copiapo, Chile for the Dakar race rest day on January 8th and finally we could make some decent mileage. We still had to go through Peru and Bolivia though and needed to keep the pace up …