A gear guide features new, nifty, fancy stuff, right? So Overland Journal gave it an extra touch and their gear guide 2014 features our 30-year-old Coleman stove.
Food-wise one of the best places to travel: we loved the shrimp, langoustines, shell fish, moqueca and loads of other seafood in Northeast Brazil.
To bring a head light or torch with you when traveling makes sense. But which one do you buy? There are so many! Coen’s question got answered with a Led Lenser.
As Coen inspected wheel nuts on Ecuadorian vehicles he noticed many were missing; what does this say about car mechanics?
Tips and GPS Waypoints on accommodation & camping in Ecuador.
Driving from south to north we traverse a couple of national parks in Ecuador. Hiking around volcanoes and crater lakes, and the visit of a deer and fox.
Europe in South America: French Guiana. It has the euro and lots of good wine and cheese. It’s also on a major drug trafficking route – how safe is it?
Weird sounds and friction came and went for years. Time to get to the bottom at this and for that we visited the workshop Fire Wheels in Lima.
The story behind LCA-T-shirts. Where can you find them, and why do they cost 20-25 dollars?
Saraguro is the center of an indigenous community in Ecuador. It’s known for its Sunday Market and we returned on January 6 for its annual Three Kings Celebration.