Category: South America

Bolivia – Chile

It was a short ride from Puno to Kasani to cross from Peru into Bolivia.  The crossing was straight forward, and took about 45 minutes to process the bike and us through.   After the border we rode the 8 km to the resort town of… Continue Reading “Bolivia – Chile”

Peru III

We left Chalhuanca with the decision to ride only as far as Abancay as the ride from Abancay to Cusco had been billed as a ride not to miss, so we didn’t want to find ourselves doing it at night fall.  The ride was a relatively short… Continue Reading “Peru III”

Peru II

We left Cajamarca on December 10th to make our way to Truillo to visit the Chan Chan ruins, capital of the Kingdom of Chimu.  As we neared the coast we ran into a back up of transport trucks that went for about five kilometers.… Continue Reading “Peru II”

Peru 1

Finally we get back to documenting the rest of our South American trip.  Missing are Peru, Bolivia and Chile… many experiences to summarize, so while we focus on the blog we will be getting swept away with the beauty of the Australia. We arrived… Continue Reading “Peru 1”

Ushuaia – Buenos Aires

  After a brief sojourn, back on the road again, on our way to Iguazu Falls via Buenos Aires to get a new back tire for the bike.     We arrived in Buenos Aires before Tom and Tracy as they had made a… Continue Reading “Ushuaia – Buenos Aires”

el Calafate to Ushuaia

Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015. We packed up our bike, enjoyed a homemade brownie at the lo de Haydee  Bakery then rode to el Calafate. The road was paved all the way and the wind was at our back. After setting up camp we rode the 70km to Perito Moreno Glacier. We were… Continue Reading “el Calafate to Ushuaia”

Argentina, part one.

It is the 31st of January and we are enjoying some off road time in el Calafate, Argentina.  We are quite far behind on the blog so have decided to start in the present and work on the missing bits in the background, posting… Continue Reading “Argentina, part one.”


Crossing the border into Equador. First stop Ibarra. From Ibarra we made a day trip to the Saturday market in Otavalo and rode to Laguna de Cuicocha in hopes of seeing Volcano Cotacachi …unfortunately the ceiling was too low, but we had great views of the… Continue Reading “Equador”

Happy New Year from Bolivia

Wishing you all a Happy, Prosperous and Healthy 2015. xx      

Merry Christmas from Peru

Dear Family and Friends, Wishing you a Merry Christmas and All the Best in 2015.  May your Christmas be filled with family, good friends and warm hearths and your New Year be Healthy, Happy. xx