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November 5, 2015

The border crossing from Peru to Chile was great with a relatively quick process, clean and organized areas, as well as very helpful staff members. Chile is known to be extremely strict on what foods they allow to enter the country so we were a little nervous...

November 5, 2015

After our time in the Cordillera Blanca and a couple more nights staying at Camping Guadalupe we needed a few days of solid internet and extra hot showers. We headed south to hit Lima on our not so direct route towards Cusco. We talked about driving through t...

September 22, 2015

 

 A great friend who had travelled through South America a few years back wrote us an email of his highlights and the Cordillera Huayhuash was on it. This is the main reason we started looking into the park in the first place and we ended up being beyond than...

September 21, 2015

Crossing from Ecuador into Peru early September was a great initial experience to start our third South American country. The border was so clean, organized, efficient and lacking of “helpers” that it reminded us of crossing from the States to Mexico. The old...

September 21, 2015

The border crossing from Colombia to Ecuador was our first in South America and we were a little nervous with not knowing what to expect. Throughout Central America we grew to despise border days and didn’t want to carry on that anxiety and stress if it wasn’...

September 21, 2015

After having enjoyed Cartagena and hiking in El Cocuy National Park so much, the rest of Colombia had big shoes to fill. We made our way over to Medellin from the eastern side of the country and rented a small apartment in the city to catch up on blogging, wo...

August 17, 2015

After the coastal heat and the city time, in Panama and recently Cartagena, we mutually decided it was time to break Pedro back in to camping mode and head for the mountains. We set our sights for Parque Nacional Natural El Cocuy. Three days later we finally...

August 17, 2015

We arrived in Cartagena after a strange, long travel day. It was pretty hard to believe that we flew from Panama to Fort Lauderdale, FL and were now walking off the plane in Cartagena, Colombia. Finally, we had made it to South America! A few days prior to ar...

August 9, 2015

Our border crossing into Panama was the usual 2 hour run around, but with less “helpers” and less stress. It was actually as refreshing as a border experience could be. We were told by our shipping agent to very carefully check all paperwork to avoid a hiccup...

August 8, 2015

 

Between the time that Mark left and our next visitors were expected to arrive, Eric and I decided to explore the west coast of the mainland. We ended up in Manuel Antonio and were happy we did. We rented a tiny, little studio for the four day period. Small d...

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