Our end of the trip wasn’t exactly planned like this: not managing to get to Bolivia or Chile, we asked ourselves – what can we do? Beach time was the answer and Uruguay was the perfect solution.
We, as Europeans, have watched during our lives tons of these American films, including big cars, endless roads and fantastic landscapes. But was this real? That was the beginning of our little American roadtrip. Continue reading
There are few places in this world that are really camping-friendly: Kia Ora (welcome) in New Zealand! 3540 km and 15 days after, there we go with some shots, places and interesting facts about this epic country.
This is the much needed farewell to a friend that has supported me in the last year and 11 months: the Merc E280. Continue reading
Hitting the dust is always a great experience. Usually, you slow down because you are aware of all the dangers this kind of road involves. You can find rocks, holes, slippery parts, animals and more.
Well, this doesn’t happen in Namibia, where over 36.000 km of roads are made by gravel, earth-graded or salt. And they are mostly straight. Endlessly straight.
1600km on the road, 16 mt under the sea, 4 days, 2 countries, 2 people, 1 great adventure. Want to read more about it? Check it out here!
A roadtrip is something different. A roadtrip is something more than a normal adventure. It is places, people and stuff. Stuff happening all around you, while you are driving.
This was exactly the Mozambican roadtrip.
There is one place that is really important for me here in Cape Town. This is the story of a 9km winding route from Hout Bay to Noordhoek, which is widely regarded as one of the most scenic stretches of road anywhere in the world. Continue reading