Hidden Secrets of Santiago de Chile

Hidden Secrets of Santiago de Chile

The guy in standing a few meters in front of me was the president of Chile. Chema’s tour turned out to be a comprehensive overview…

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The End of an Era: Santiago, Chile

The End of an Era: Santiago, Chile

Our first morning in Chile was a lovely and hot. We woke up after our day of rain, border crossings, flat tires and crashes. We…

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FOR SALE

FOR SALE

It is with a heavy heart and a tear in my eye that I reluctantly announce that Cricket is FOR SALE.     Make and…

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The End of The Road

The End of The Road

We interrupt your regularly scheduled service for a very special announcement:   It’s been a crazy adventure, and we’re both having pretty mixed feelings about…

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An Unlucky Stretch of Road: Crossing into Chile

An Unlucky Stretch of Road: Crossing into Chile

“Calgary!!!” Boomed a loud male voice. I looked up from where I was organising my tank bag and saw two men I’d never seen before…

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Gravel and Grapes: Belen, San Augustin Del Valle Fertil & Mendoza

Gravel and Grapes: Belen, San Augustin Del Valle Fertil & Mendoza

Once again I rode away from Phil with mixed emotions. It felt great to be back on the road heading towards the unknown, but Phil…

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A Tale of Nine Motorcyclists: Salta, Argentina

A Tale of Nine Motorcyclists: Salta, Argentina

Soon after Alan, Arun, Andre, Josh, Jordon and I had arrived in Salta, Ryan and Mark joined us from their jaunt through Chile. That made…

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The Hobbit Road to Salta, Argentina

The Hobbit Road to Salta, Argentina

It was a pretty long, straight road to Salta, but there were some nice views, and lots of llamas. We all rode our own pace,…

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Goodbye Cold and Rain: Crossing into Argentina

Goodbye Cold and Rain: Crossing into Argentina

I had one of my earliest ever starts the day I left Bolivia. I woke up at 6am and was on the bike and out…

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