Hasta Pronto Medellin

The rhythm of writing posts is going down and down, but don’t worry we will finish the entire trip. This means that we will write once we are back home. Actually this is already quite soon. We are currently waiting for our flight to Mexico, which we labelled as ‘The start of the end’. Well…

Archeological San Agustin

Welcome to San Agustin! We made it all the way to the blogposts about Colombia. We finished Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador and Chile which we cheated by just visiting San Pedro de Atacama. In the previous post you can find how we reached our first destination San Agustin in Colombia. We came all the way to…

Adios Ecuador, Hola Colombia

This will be our first post about Colombia, the country with many expectations. Our first main destination is San Agustin but let’s first reflect shortly on Ecuador and the border crossing. After Peru and Bolivia we had a more laid back time in Ecuador. I want to thank all the backpackers who skip Ecuador and…

Little Mindo

Hola Hola, Welcome to a short post about Mindo. Short because there isn’t that much to tell about Mindo and short because we only did one activity. Mindo is a cute little town just a few hours away from Quito. It’s so small that you walk in 10 minutes from one side to the other….

Good sh*t in Baños

Long time no write, but here I’m again to write something about the past. This time about Baños! Baños litterly means toilets in spanish, but this town was nothing close to sh*t. Actually Baños was probably my favorite destination in Ecuador (Galapagos wouldn’t count of course). Many people visiting Ecuador would probably say that Baños…

Waiting in Guayaquil

We made it to Guayaquil, the city of taking a flight to Galapagos. This was actually the only reason to visit this city, but that doesn’t mean we were planning to wait literally. We had 24 hours in the biggest city of Ecuador so we decided to make the best of it, so here we…

Leaving Peru behind

Hola Amigos, This post is gonna be about our last hours in Peru. Currently I’m, in a hammock in Cuyabeno, which is almost the most northeast part of the country. So imagine how much we are behind. It could have easily be more, but some times I actually like to write my experiences down. Besides…