QuickPeek: Cooking. Farewells. Coffee Grinder!
My primary focus in this post will be about making coffee. But before we get to that… The last couple of days have been Rainy and we decided to make a tour of our friends in Tumbaco to wish farewell… Continue Reading →
QuickPeek: Rest. Craft. Missions. Planning. Tattoo. Cooking.
The last couple of weeks have been quiet, relaxing, productive and fun. I have been in Tumbaco, mostly researching my next leg of the journey and getting some stuff done. I think it’s a long time to do research, but… Continue Reading →
QuickPeek: Rest days. Work. Craft. Cooking. Many cyclists. Chill.
During the days I stay for longer days in a place, I tend to write at the end of the hiatus. But this time, I have had a few updates to report and so I figured it might be a… Continue Reading →
QuickPeek: Market Day. Mending the bag. Craft.
We woke up to some beautiful views at the Killa Wasi hostel. The region was generally shrouded in fog and the mountains were wonderful to look at whenever the mist cleared for a bit. After the long series of buses,… Continue Reading →
QuickPeek: Cooking. Craft. House sitting. Chill.
So it’s been a house sitting gig by some beautiful Pacific ocean beaches in a lovely and quiet part of Ecuador. How much better can it get, eh! First up, our lovely host Alicia and her kid Griffin were really… Continue Reading →
QuickPeek: Awesome roads. Bike lane. Flat. Breezy.
I was a little excited today when I spotted on my GPS that I was literally 40 seconds N of the Equator and was bound to cross it thro the day. Little milestones are fun, not my main motivation for… Continue Reading →
QuickPeek: Rest Days. Recovery. Craft. Hiking. Cooking. Chill!
So the point of being in San Agustin was to have a good place we could rest and recover and build up energy. Bambu was a sweet little spot with some nice quiet people and the folks running the place… Continue Reading →
One of the things about travelling for a long while, especially the way I do on the bicycle or on foot is that some of the gear I use and depend on become critically necessary. In the past few years… Continue Reading →