On the Road, Off the Road – Enjoy the Life of Overlanding
Road trips, hiking adventures,
rough camping, coming across festivals and events, visiting cultural and historic sites, fixing your overland vehicle, meeting people and making friends throughout the world.
A life of overlanding is enriching in so many ways. Take a look.
One of the big events in São Paulo is the Adventure Sports Fair. We not just checked it out, but joined with a display of the Land Cruiser and our journey.
Would you hurl sheep around for fun? During a religious festival in Bolivia we saw it’s a regional tradition, part of a celebration to honor San Santiago.
After the Land Cruiser’s overhaul we take it to Copacabana, Bolivia. There, right along Lake Titicaca our overland vehicle gets is blessing.
Cruising the Altiplano of North Chile, which is characterized by llamas, vicuñas, ceremonial villages and colorful landscapes.
Are we in northeast Bolivia? Some things look very Asian, even the tropical forests around the World’s Most Dangerous Road.
We enter Sepia Photocafe in the hope to, at last, have found a place with decent Internet or WiFi to check up on our digital correspondence. It’s an inviting …
Overlanding through one of South America’s most stunning regions with Laguna Colorada, Salar de Uyuni, Fumaroles and Volcanoes.
The fun was the combination of the two: finding them and studying them: Franciscan churches in and around Asunción.
Our introduction to Bolivia: washboard, dust and altitude problems.
An introduction to Paraguay’s sights.
In part 2 of Impressions of Uruguay we travel to Montevideo and explore the countryside up to the coast of Punto Diablo.
Tranquility is what summons up our impressions of Uruguay. Lovely would work as well
Carnival in Argentina, can it compete with Brazil? Maybe not, but it does come close.