In Chile one thing quickly changed. It was just to expensive to stay in hotels, so we would have to camp in our tent again. Here in Chile we would find a lot of places (used www.ioverlander.com), were we could wild camp. The different landscapes were amazing and we enjoyed
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Have I told you how much we love chocolate and trying local food? This is just the beginning! We had decided to stay in Cartagena for one week before heading south through Columbia. First I had to recover from my seasickness. We got of the ship Monday afternoon, but it
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Visiting the Velasquez Family coffee farm in Honduras. To the left, roasting of coffee beans. To the right, green coffee beans   The stay at the coffee farm included free organic, handpicked, fire roasted and hand graded coffee! I let Esben sleep in and served him “coffee in bed” or
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On Esbens birthday, the first thing we experienced was and earthquake in the middle of the night (1:29 pm). It was so strange and scary to sit in the tent while the ground was moving underneath you. The epicenter was about 150 km northwest from our location. The earthquake measured
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After two days on the beach with changing weather and more rain, we decided to pack the motorcycles, visit the turtle museum and drive towards the boarder to Guatemala. In the rain we packed the motorcycles, said goodbye to the beach and drove the 10 minutes to Mazunte, where the
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The state Veracruz is known as a coffee-growing region and is home to the highest peak in Mexico “Pico de Orizaba” (5611 meter). We stopped in Coatepec, which is known for gourmet coffee. Coatepec was founded in 1701 and the coffee has been grown in the surrounding cloud forests for
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We have now spend one month in the cabin preparing for our big adventure. It has been a combination of ordering stuff on Amazon, going into town (Placerville) to get stuff at the Hardware store and keeping you updated. To get started I bought a big cup of coffee at
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