Oops I did it again?! After a brief hiatus to recharge, rest and reconnect with family and friends. I am now feeling a little hungry.... While South America has a huge and diverse
As much as I have tried to remember everyone who has helped me along the journey, I have no doubt forgotten someone. But in name only, I promise you!### If your name is
What have I done?! I sit in a Café in Buenos Aires and try several times over, to write this chapter. I rewrite it in Lisbon, Huelva and finally in Madrid. How do
http://www.adventure-life.com/patagonia/articles/tierra-del-fuego-culture Tierra del Fuego or ‘ Land of fire’ gets its name not from some volcanic geological phenomenon, but from the myriad of fires lit by the native
I turned on my mobile, as I have an Argentina SIM card. And sent a message to my host somewhere in this darkening little border town. But they never replied to my messages.
I had decided to cross back into Chile. The Carratera Austral is on many cycle tourists “checklist” of world famous rides. While I was now too far south to do the complete 1250
This already feels like a completely different journey. The Road South A sad and tearful departure from Cordoba was masked my the torrential rainstorm I had to ride in. I was sad to
In Mendoza, I was hosted by Lucas. A friend of Devora. He was a nice but slightly odd chap. Though friendly and accommodating as was "She" his girlfriend and her son.
Those following my blog will know the general brief for my adventures. It is to document the tales, sights, sounds, smells and various experiences I have had along my way. These little miracles
I thought the English were famous for drinking a lot of tea. They are famous for it. I thought my Sister was famous for drinking more tea than the English. She is famous
Just a quickie. There is a proper blog page coming soon. But here are a few statistics to date. As before, I am not a huge collector of data. It is more important
A desiccant and a sudden cold wind is what greeted me when I arrived in Desaguadero. The frontier town with Peru. It is a dirty place. Litter all over the streets and a