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Inside the Aquarium: Diving in Honduras

Out of the cold, damp weather of Colombia we took a flight to the island of Roatan in Honduras. When we arrived in Roatan we didn’t have any plans, but we knew was thatre there was spectacular diving here.  Since … Continue reading

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Peru-sing Through Lima

With all of the long bus rides we’ve endured the past couple months Adam and I opted out of a 24 hour bus ride through the Andes mountains and chose a 1 hour flight to Lima, Peru. The price was … Continue reading

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Let’s All Go to Cusco

After seeing so many wonderful sights in Bolivia it was time to continue the journey into Peru.  We boarded another early bus ride leaving from La Paz, Bolivia with our next destination of Cusco, Peru. It was a beautiful scenic … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Jungle… THE SEQUEL!

Heading out to the jungle town of Rurrenabaque, we had to make a choice: take a bus for 24 hours along parts of the infamous “deadliest road in the world”, or a small charter plane for 45 minutes. Our decision … Continue reading

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Geysers, Lagoons, and the Legendary Salar de Uyuni: onto Bolivia!

The only realistic border crossing into Bolivia from this part of Chile basically requires a three day Land Cruiser 4×4 tour through some of the most rugged and beautiful scenery in South America. After a few hours of early morning … Continue reading

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Chilean Hospitality Part II: Winery Tour Edition

During our stay with Ignacia we met a great guy named Mathias. We got along with him so well at her families cottage he invited us to stay with him and his parents while we were in Santiago. We were … Continue reading

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Glaciers, Flamingos, and Super Bowls

Adam and I boarded a bus from Puerto Natales, Chile to El Calate, Argentina on a quick (by our new standards) four-hour bus ride. El Calafate was a really nice, touristy town with great restaurants. After being exhausted from hiking Torres del Paine … Continue reading

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Torres Del Pain(e) in the…

Heading north from Antarctica, we stopped in a town called Puerto Natales, a well known backpackers town for avid hikers of Torres del Paine- a national park encompassing mountains, a glacier, a lake, and lots of river in the extreme … Continue reading

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Setting Sail…. for ANTARCTICA!!!

After our ridiculous bus journey, Adam and I woke up the next morning to take a look at the last-minute specials advertised for Antarctica. We stopped into a few travel agencies to talk about a trip to Antarctica, just to … Continue reading

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Bienvenidos a Argentina!

Finally back on track with our trip around the world! Even though being “stuck” in California was unexpected, Adam and I had an excellent time. We were able to meet up with a handful of great people who took good … Continue reading

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