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Uruguay

Days 728-730: Inclement weather and warm hearts in Sacramento

QuickPeek: Rest. Tourism.

Colonia Del Sacramento is the general entry / exit point in Uruguay and we planned to take a boat from here to Buenos Aires. However, this was a really historic town with a cute old town and we planned to… Continue Reading →

Day 727: An Unintended long day to Colonia

QuickPeek: Rolling hills. Cloudy. Headwind.

Given the heat of the day yesterday, we decided an early start was in order and planned to head out by 7 AM. Got up after 6 and made a bit of coffee and had some fruits for b’fast. We… Continue Reading →

Day 726: Short, Hot day to Libertad

QuickPeek: Hot. Flat. Good Host!

Gabi’s place is a bit of a vortex. If we didn’t have other plans to be in Buenos Aires for New year’s, we could have gladly stayed for a few weeks I reckon. The food was good, place was super… Continue Reading →

Days 724-725: Finally made it to Interior Profundo

QuickPeek: Flat, Cloudy. Farm work. Camping. Meeting Pepe.

Our plan for the next few days was to get to Buenos Aires. however, we wanted to do at least one important thing along the way, Meet Jose Mujica! Very rarely I meet people along the way who have a… Continue Reading →

Days 719-723: Back in the comfort of Montevideo

QuickPeek: Rest days.

We took a bus down to Montevideo from Punta Del Diablo, partly to avoid riding the coast again and partly to avoid the headwinds. It was a rainy day when we started and the sain when it comes form the… Continue Reading →

Days 716-718: A great few days at Panes y Peces

QuickPeek: Rest. Relaxation. Retreat!

Punta Del Diablo is a pretty lovely place – More importantly the cabins that Andres and Gabi have built were absolutely stunning. Add to the fact that they were super awesome folk to boot! As Andres had mentioned, he wanted… Continue Reading →

Day 715: When the heat is on here, it really is on

QuickPeek: Hot. Flat. Headwinds.

We had a bunch of alternative plans today and though when we started in Montevideo we planned to return on Friday to join Emilio and his friends for a weekend full of bikey events, we had taken enough rest days… Continue Reading →

Day 714: Finally making it to the dunes of Cabo Polonio

QuickPeek: Work for Stay. Hike. Sand Dunes.

The day was gorgeous and we planned to go int the Sand dunes of Cabo Polonio. We had met a couple Pedro and Asia who were also cycling and decided to join them to the boat crossing, hoping to get… Continue Reading →

Day 713: Tail winds and no rain makes a beautiful return to Valizes

QuickPeek: Flat. Tailwind. Overcast!

The hostel Araza was a nice place, but it’s been a while since I have been in the middle of the backpacker crowd and it was strange indeed. Ignacio who runs the place was a chill guy and was fun… Continue Reading →

Day 712: The lovely coastal ride to Rocha

QuickPeek: Hot. Tailwind. flat. Beautiful!

We decided to make a early start today, the forecast looked very good as the winds were heading from S-SW which meant a really good tail wind for a longish stretch of the route. We looked thro the route and… Continue Reading →

Days 708-711: Spending some lovely time with Ju-Ju&Vale

QuickPeek: Birthday Party. Cooking. Rest. Fun!

We had returned to Ju and Ju’s place for Julain’s birthday. It was nice to be back and meet them and their lovely roomie Vale and their two aging, but adorable dogs. We planned to stay a couple of days,… Continue Reading →

Day 708: Coming back home to Ju and Ju’s place!

QuickPeek: Flat. Hot. Pretty.

We had options for today but we really wanted to get to El Tesoro by evening so that we will be rested for hanging out With Julian on his B’day. We had a pretty decent forecast of side and possibly… Continue Reading →

Day 707: A short ride to Parque del Plata

QuickPeek: Hot. Flat. Headwinds. Bomberos!

Today we decided to head out of Montevideo and explore the coast a bit more. We decided to keep the plan flexible for the restart in terms of distance. We figured we could go to Lucia’s place at 40 k’s,… Continue Reading →

Days 702-706: Montevideo is a cool town indeed

QuickPeek: Rest. Party. No Pepe. Tattoo. Birthday!

Montevideo is a pretty neat town. As it is with most big cities, my experience and views are completely based on the people I get to meet and hangout with. In that, I have struck jackpot! Emilio and his circle… Continue Reading →

Day 701: An easy ride to the local metropolis – Montevideo

QuickPeek: Flat. Warm. Sunny. Good sidewalks.

I had a short 30 km ride into Montevideo so I decided to make a late start for my day. My hosts Camilo and Lucia and their two little kids were super lovely family and I joined them for b’fast… Continue Reading →

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