Our first impressions of Ecuador give reason for despair as well as hope. Who to blame for all the deforestation and can the damage be undone?
You think you need a 4WD to drive the Americas? Julie & J.B. show that you don’t.
Talking to birds, going for a swim. Life is good…
Sometimes we’re not in harmony with ourselves, each other, or our surroundings. And then, suddenly, everything changes…
Somewhere in 2012 Tim added a note to an email – which I can’t find anywhere anymore – about designing a T-shirt especially for us, featuring our Troopie. How cool is that!
Hey – Have fun with this. It’s very easy to construct paper roof racks, bumpers and things out of strips of black paper. If you get stuck, make another. The trickiest part are the front fenders.
A place where you can see manatees from up close is Balbina’s Manatee Research Center in north Brazil. We are lucky and get a private tour.
A private tour through a gold mine!
With our campsite in a logging concession comes a guided tour around an abandoned sawmill.
The Hash House Harriers is a running club that exists worldwide. We are introduced to hashing in Suriname, and learn there’s much more to it than running.