Our Last Two Weeks Heading…. North

We had planned on getting a good start to our day, maybe even driving 600km, but at least making it to the coast. Well, none of the above happened. We left hours later than planned, debating on even staying another night in El Calafate, but we forced ourselves to go. The Last Gravel Road That…

Summery of South America

Although we still have some time left here in Buenos Aires we wanted to share with you our favourites from the second half of our trip. This is the summery of the Good, Bad and Ugly from Colombia to Argentina! We hope you enjoy!

Border Hopping Between Chile And Argentina

We have moved away from the beach and into the forest and we could not be happier! Officially we have entered the Norther Patagonia mountain range, bouncing back through Chile and Argentina driving through their famous Lake Districts, National Parks and Rutas. I hope you enjoy the photos!

Offroading Through Bolivia

Bolivia is a beautiful country which we wish we could have explores more of if it weren’t for our lack of patience at the particular time we visited. However what we did see was amazing, the Salar de Uyuni and the Lagunas route. If you are thinking about going give this a read, and if not give it a read anyways and the pictures just might convince you ro.

Mexico and Central America summed up

Well it has been such a great journey thus far in our Landcruiser starting in Mexico 3.5 months ago and making it down to Panama. We have enjoyed our time and all the experiences, the good ones and the bad that have made up this trip. In summary of our drive through Mexico and Central America we have created a list of the best and the worst with, don’t worry, lots of pictures. Hope you might find it useful and interesting!

Volunteer Trip to San Miguel

We got a little to comfortable hanging out in Erica’ s complajio for the week, sleeping in late, having Game of Thrones marathons (we just started!), making dinners in a real kitchen and even baking cookies! Everyone spoke English and were so kind in helping us find a local mechanics to get our windows tinted,…

Our Travels Through Guatemala 

Although we have a timeline of when we would like to ship our car across the Darien Gap to Columbia, and an economic one, the privilege of driving your own car across the Americas allows you to change that timeline however you see fit on the go. No booking or changing tickets or finding different…

Southern Mexico 

After Mexico City we entered the regions of Peubla and Chiapas known for their many volcanic lines, lush jungle, Mayan ruins and great culture. We have been fortunate enough to continue meeting kind and endearing locals and travelers from all walks of life, some really helping reverse the awful western stereotype. If only more people…

Making a car-based leisure battery system

So we say that we made our car our home, but what did we actually do? We installed curtains, a backup-battery system for leisure use, a storagesystem and a bed, dismantled the third row jumpseats and sold them, installed new mudflaps, new shocks and adjusted the brakes. We did all this in a matter of…