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Chile

Days 860-865: Prep days in Santiago

QuickPeek: Visa Run. Rest. Cooking. Good company!

There’s a bit of a hidden reason for us to have headed up to Santiago sooner rather than bike thro the coast. One of it was that I figured I might take a trip to Argentina to get an visa… Continue Reading →

Days 855-859: A feast a day is the way I’d like to roll

QuickPeek: Cooking. Rest.

My thought was to spend the weekend in Concepcion and make our way out to Santiago along the coast. But After looking thro the logistics, and with my visa counting down, we decided to take a couple of additional day’s… Continue Reading →

Day 854: Offroading through Rail Tunnels

QuickPeek: Hills. Off roading. Traffic. Sunny.

It was a good night’s sleep in the car park, abd trough the night got chilly, it was pretty pleasant in the morning and by the time I made coffee and b’fast and got on the road the sun was… Continue Reading →

Day 853: Miles and miles of Pine, Incredible!

QuickPeek: Rolling Hills. Flat. Sunny. Light Tail wind!

It was awesome rest in the parroquia and that too with a view of the central plaza of town! I was up to sunrise, but it was chilly and dozed till 9 when the sun actually had some effect on… Continue Reading →

Day 852: Nice to ride by National forests, a good respite from the timber fields

QuickPeek: Hill. Rolling hills. No shoulder. Rain.

We had a bit of a climb in the early part of the day and I wasn’t sure of the terrain on the other side. So we planned a conservative route and decided to ride up to a small town… Continue Reading →

Day 851: Chilly Starts are the norm now.

QuickPeek: Rolling hills. Overcast. Easy ride.

Katy’s mum was a super lovely lady and she insisted that we should have some b’fast before we started. We did and she even boiled up some eggs for us for the road! Ain’t that sweet! We had a bit… Continue Reading →

Days 849-850: Wonderful days spent with Katy, Camilo and Family

QuickPeek: Cooking. Rest. Planning.

We planned to stay a day with Katy and Camilo, I suppose we could have stayed a week more, but eventually it was just 2 days. But they were super fun and enjoyable days indeed. Camilo is an experienced cyclist… Continue Reading →

Day 848: Whoa! So much pine and eucalyptus!

QuickPeek: Hills. Cloudy.

With the paperwork complete, it was time to head out. Our host Jordan was a really amazing chap and didn’t bat an eyelid when we wanted to stay the extra couple of days and make the day trip. In addition,… Continue Reading →

Days 843-847: Visa run and good times in Temuco!

QuickPeek: Visa Run. Cooking. Rest.

We had an really nice time with Jordan and his housemate Italo. They were really friendly fellers and Jordan was an experienced bicycle tourer himself and was perfectly happy to let us be, give some good advice and have good… Continue Reading →

Day 842: Plan changes mid route, such is liberty

QuickPeek: Gravel. Asphalt. Rolling hills.

It was great to be able to sleep indoors, yet again, heh. It was incredible hospitality shown to us and when we were up, our host Lydia was making fresh bread for b’fast! Sweet! I made some scrambled eggs and… Continue Reading →

Day 841: It was tough to Leave Casa Gavilea

QuickPeek: Rolling hills. Sunny. Incredible Hospitality.

I could have stayed on, honestly. But time and tide don’t wait up and in our forecast, we had 3 beautiful days ahead and a rainy day to follow and we had to get the show on the road if… Continue Reading →

Days 838-840: Busking in the beauty of Carla’s Hostel Gavilea

QuickPeek: Rest. Cooking.

Every place I seem to go to in Chile, I do not want to leave. People are awesome, the nature is impeccable and when the days are sunny, its literally paradise! Carla is such a sweet person that once we… Continue Reading →

Day 838: Chile conjures up another stunning day

QuickPeek: Hills. Sun. Wind. Volcanoes.

Yesterday night we ended up watching finding Dory and went off to sleep late. Well the ride today was to be a short 40 km and with the weather looking great and with all the services at the campsite, we… Continue Reading →

Day 837: Riding into Mapuche territory and spotting Cordillera again

QuickPeek: Cold. Overcast. Rural. Hills.

Today had to be an early start. Jon and Yerko had to get going to their work at 8 AM and that meant we had to wake up real early and pack up, and join them for a bit of… Continue Reading →

Day 835-836: Good times with Jon & Yerko

QuickPeek: Rest. Mushroom hunting.

Chile! Every passing day I fall more in love with this place. Yes it has had a pretty shady past and yea its current state of affairs isn’t ideal wither. But honestly, this place is choke full of amazing locales… Continue Reading →

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