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Hike

Parque Nacional Conguillo

QuickPeek: Araucaria. Volcanoes. Condor. Fall colors. Autumn. Lakes.

Hello there! The apparent slumber for the past many months was because I have kind of gotten into a nice little groove here in Santiago, Chile. A lot is happening around, including the fact that the bike ride is on… Continue Reading →

Days 958-959: Made it to Allin Capac! Yay!!

QuickPeek: Hiking. Rest.

One of the reasons for being on the route we are in, is to explore some parts of Peru intimately, the other background agenda is a little interesting. While we were in Puno, we had seen a photo exhibition on… Continue Reading →

Day 758: Always start the day with an amazing hike!

QuickPeek: HIKE!!

Mona was an incredibly wonderful person. She had an absolutely huge heart – that extended to not only helping numerous travellers (we had 9 travellers yesterday), but also to the numerous animals she had at her place. 7 dogs and… Continue Reading →

Day 596: A tour up to Quilotoa

No I am not counting wrongly, I just wanted to make a separate post of our trip to Quilotoa, so there is a double posting for the day. Quilotoa is a Crater lake in Ecuador and as we were making… Continue Reading →

Days 566-567: Searching for the elusive little spots

QuickPeek: Cute village. Lovely Hike. Market day.

We finally decided to leave Banos. The place we had been staying at was fantastic, great kitchen, lovely hikes, etc., but the travel goes on eh. I’d like to think we explored some of the neighbourhoods of the National parks… Continue Reading →

Days 564-565: Rest day followed by a nice long hike

QuickPeek: Rest day. Hiking. Cooking.

Banos has numerous hikes around. They seem to be everywhere, one could pick a direction and a trail and keep going for days if needed. It had been fun hiking about here and the hostel we had found was pretty… Continue Reading →

Day 563: Waterfall hunting took us on a long boring walk

QuickPeek: Highway Walking. Hitch hiking. Beautiful Gorge.

Given the numerous trails around, we had many options to walk on today. Our hostel owner convinced us that the Ruta del Cascadas was well worth visiting and told us about a couple of side trails we might check out…. Continue Reading →

Day 562: Stunning hiking at Banos

QuickPeek: Hiking. Volcano views. Good Food.

Banos was a touristy place, a Very touristy place indeed. It was obvious with the number of ‘adventure’ sport tour companies all around town that there was a bit of a trap. Our hostel owner showed us a map with… Continue Reading →

Day 561: Making our way to banos

QuickPeek: Hitch hike. Bus ride. Sleeping near a Volcano.

Yesterday Victor mentioned that he was heading to a town called Riobamba. This was a town North and on our way and we figured it would be awesome to get moving. We have had a few stunning (and rainy) days… Continue Reading →

Day 356: End of the short walking tour

QuickPeek: Rainy Start. Short Walk. Hitch Hike. Bus Ride.

I was really smashed. This entire route didn’t offer me a choice of a rest day. I could have forced a rest day in the wilderness, but then again with the amount of rain pouring down, I’d not really be… Continue Reading →

Day 355: Stunning walk around Lago Arenal

QuickPeek: Flat road. River crossings. Overcast day. Hospitality.

A shower and a place to dry my stuff was paradise! It was expensive by my budget, but staying at Mike’s hostel was well worthy it. I slept real well and woke up refreshed. It rained all night and I… Continue Reading →

Day 354: Rainy descent to lago Arenal

QuickPeek: Short day. Expensive hostel.

It was a strange night to sleep in, the Coates would show up once in a while and sniff around and since I had out my hammock pretty low, I wasn’t sure if they might take a bite of my… Continue Reading →

Day 353: Finally, a walk in the trail

QuickPeek: Road walk. Bus ride. Trail walk. Jungle camping.

I got up early at the rodeo, since there was a lot of construction going on and the work started when the sun was up. It was drizzling a bit when I got up, so I decided to wait the… Continue Reading →

Day 352: Tourism – absolutely sucks the soul out of a place

QuickPeek: Rain. beautiful walk. Craziness of tourism. Great local hospitality.

It started raining early in the evening, nothing big just a mild drizzle, but lasted all thro the night and the mornings too. I slept well, but after a few hours, I started to feel the cold. I was too… Continue Reading →

Day 351: A walk into the clouds

QuickPeek: Hobbling. Blisters. Awesome campsite.

I was absolutely smashed yesterday evening and I couldn’t even read a page before I was knocked out, dang. Anyway I was up at 3 and later at 5 AM and packed up for a early morning walk. I realised… Continue Reading →

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