This time in Argentina, our plan was to travel following the Great Rivers from west to east, but when we heard about the amazing nature of Iberá National Park and its crazy wildlife, we knew we had to pay a visit! On a sunny Sunday afternoon of August, we crossed the border from Asuncion (J. … Read More
In this episode I’m moaning for 45 minutes about all those “professional” Vespa mechanics we encountered on our trip…
We have mentioned it before, but we’ll say it again: we eat a lot! And when we arrive at our day’s destination, we’re usually too tired to bother cooking into small doses! Actually, the previous cook set we had was for two persons, but probably it meant “two very thin persons who eat small portions … Read More
First of all, we chose the Optimus Nova among other multi-fuel stoves. Any other type of gas stove (propane, butane etc) isn’t an option for us, because a) we are on a long-term trip around countries where it can be difficult to replace or refill the bottle, b) we use our stove not only for … Read More
After careful research among the various types and brands of water filters in the market, we decided that the most suitable option for our style of travel would be the Katadyn Vario Filter. And as we don’t want to keep you in suspense, we’ll start by telling you that, yes, it proved to be a … Read More
The cuisine of Paraguay is a unique fusion of Guarani, Spanish and other culinary cultures coming from the immigration received by the nearby countries. The result is delicious, so here are our favorite recipes! Some time ago, when I was writing about Paraguay, I promised you that one day we would publish more details about … Read More
In this episode we’re leaving Kitsos and we’re getting on a Land Rover, Alexandra is chasing away the chickens and a snake is blocking our way.
In this episode we’re riding into puddles, we’re taking pictures of pigs’ heads and we’re waiting some geese to cross the road.