Trujillo to Lima on an overnight bus. "We arrive at 8 am" I was told. So I told my host I would arrive around 10 am, fully expecting to be late
We waited as a group to enter Peru. Exiting Ecuador was easy. A quick stamp. Walk across the river bridge and into a new country. Here we had to wait. The immigration officer
Leaving the Salinas peninsula, the weather was cloudy as has become the norm in Ecuador. During my time here there haven't been too many bright sunny days. Mostly grey, patchy sun and occasional
More food photos, from my travels. With descriptions where I can remember. If I eat any more, I will have to roll the rest of the way ! The best Ceviche in Mexico. Served
Still waiting for my parcel, I took a short bus trip to Baños. A small town several hours south of Quito famous as a base for adventure sports. Later though the rain cleared
Ecuador seems to have a problem. As I walk the streets of the capital Quito, It looks like many of the other Latin American cities I have passed through. Modern, like Panama city.
Well I guess it had to be done at some point. I hope you are hungry, because if not, you are about to be! A selection of the many delicious meals I have
Leaving a country is often a melancholy experience. Colombia no different to the rest. Having spent almost 2 adventurous months travelling through from Medellin I was ready to begin again in Ecuador. Ipiales
White powder around my nose. White powder on my lips and chin. I wipe it away, knowing in a few more minutes, sweat will drip and salt will begin crystallising again. It's hot.
The roads here are excellent. Smooth, fast and wide. Except the drivers are not. Fortunately a wide shoulder separates the drivers from the cyclists. Though drivers are generally respectful of cyclists. Arepas are
Meddling in Medellín#### The flight from Panama Pacifico was easy, smooth but annoyingly fast. A mere 1 hour from end to end. In that time I flew over around 2-3 weeks worth of
My hands feel greasy. Like playing with warm candle wax or baking with butter. The heat is oppressive. A fly lands on my neck. I scratch and my fingernails come away black, dirt,