Ecuador

20,000km the stats

20,000km the stats

We reached 20,000km just south of Salvador on the Brazilian coast. Idyllic sounding, it was actually the rainiest day of our cycle trip around South America so far, and we only stopped for a few minutes to celebrate.

Farewell to the Andes – moving memories

Farewell to the Andes – moving memories

As we say farewell to the Andes after several months we look back with a short video at some of our favourite moments.

Never-ending hills on the way from Quito to Colombia

Never-ending hills on the way from Quito to Colombia

“Are you the people who were on TV last night?” asked our hotel manager in Quito. We were, having spent one of our days off in the capital answering questions from the national media about our trip. After a busy break, we weren’t totally rested when we set off towards the Colombian border, through Ecuador’s never-ending hills.

Video message from the middle of the world

Video message from the middle of the world

We took a break at the Equator to record a short message for friends and family.

Cycling through ‘volcano alley’ from Riobamba to Quito

Cycling through ‘volcano alley’ from Riobamba to Quito

Having climbed back into the Andes, we were excited about the next stage of our journey towards Ecuador’s capital, which would see us pedalling through ‘volcano alley’. We cycled slowly, admiring the stunning views and stopping off at the many attractions on route.