Tag: Argentina

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.

10,000km: the stats so far

10,000km: the stats so far

In the blistering heat of the Sechura Desert we celebrated cycling 10,000km since we left Rio de Janeiro. In the process we have survived the traffic in Buenos Aires, cycled up the Andes in the snow and sweated it out in the Atacama Desert.

Wimps into the wild?

Wimps into the wild?

Before we started our trip, wild camping was one of the things we were most looking forward to. But so far we have spent less than ten per cent of our nights in a tent.

Up and over the Andes

Up and over the Andes

The idea was to cycle up and over the Andes in the spring. However, it’s still winter and we ended up snowed-in for several days waiting for the road to reopen.

The kindness of strangers

The kindness of strangers

As we pedal about South America we meet many friendly people. At times though, the kindness of strangers can go beyond the norm, such as the help we received from the police crew in Fraga.