South America2016-12-27T21:52:41+00:00

Monte Fitz Roy – The Final Days of Spooney-Forkey

By |December 25th, 2009|Argentina, Blog, Patagonia, South America, Travel Stories|

After 32 hours on the road we staggered off our Route 40 bus at 6am into the rain, fog, and icy cold winds of El Chalten. El Chalten is a small town in Patagonia in Argentina, [...]

Torres del Paine – Puerto Natales, Chile

By |January 1st, 2010|Blog, Chile, Featured, Patagonia, South America, Travel Stories|

Puerto Natales as a town is a small, relatively out of the way kind of place. There's not a whole lot going on there, and it's not the sort of place you'd visit for the [...]

Route 40 Patagonia – Join the Joyride

By |December 21st, 2009|Argentina, Blog, Featured, South America, Travel Stories|

This blog post is dedicated to the original Doughnut. You and your pink sun visor would have made this ride that little bit more special. Route 40, Patagonia, Argentina. The long and winding road... [...]

On Arriving – Santa Marta, Colombia

By |July 3rd, 2012|Blog, Colombia, Featured, Journey 2012 - The Freedom Days, South America, Travel Stories|

Dear Anthony and Bryce, It's 5:32am in Canada… I can barely convey how tired I am. Thankfully, I’m being fed coffee. I have 4 flights over the next 24 hours… and many hours in airports.I feel [...]

Potosi, Bolivia – Mines and Shitty Buses…

By |November 26th, 2009|Blog, Bolivia, South America, Travel Stories|

Our bus ride from La Paz to Potosi was a once in a life time opportunity... one of those 'learning type opportunities' that you slot under useful experiences in the back of your mind, should you ever be [...]

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