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And that’s the End of that Adventure

We were a month in the States.  We left Tony and Steph in Portland and cruised down through green, beary (I saw one) Oregon in the rain.  One Warm Showers host (complete with home cooking) led to another (where a … Continue reading

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The Dream of the Nineties is Alive in Portland

Two planes, and we are in the other part of  the Americas (America).  We spent the last week with friends in Portland, luxuriating in small comforts like drinkable tap water, good food and having conversations with people that aren’t us. … Continue reading

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Costa Rica: Just like Lord Of The Rings

Costa Rica is like Noah’s ark without Jesus. So many exciting animals! On the boat up the river from Nicaragua (you can’t cycle on water) we spotted turtles, monkeys, fish, a cayman – pretty much a crocodile – and lots … Continue reading

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Nicaragua, Nicaraguita

Nicaragua was cruisy.  Our cycling route lacked the gradients of Guatemala or the guns of Honduras and we cycled a paltry 500km in just under a month.  It sounds like I´m complaining because it wasn´t hard core enough (which I … Continue reading

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Graph #3: What´s cool in Hondurus

The third graph in the series… Touristy/Not vs Lame/Cool in Hondurus. Mostly.  nb. In the context of us not seeing any other tourists in Hondurus, except for at Copan. Which makes us cool. 

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Honduras

On the Lenca trail, through green and mountainous and misty central Honduras.  Nice surprises like cyclable gradients, a German brew pub, scarlet macaws, hot pools, cool weather.   Nice images like chickens hiding under a motorbike in a thunderstorm, coffee bushes … Continue reading

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Cycling Guatemala: it’s really hard, waah.

An annoying thing about reading this blog must be that we go out of our way to seek out mountains and challenging cycling, then complain (boast) about how hard it is when we find them. Nonetheless, you’ve read up till … Continue reading

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