Naty, from Cuentos de Mochila, interviewed us on her new Radio Viajera program. In this chapter we talk a little bit about Argentina, about our experience as travelers and about new projects. Would you like to hear the full interview? Thanks Naty! It was an honor to participate in the¿Querés seguir leyendo?
After some time we are back! As expected, our return to Argentina (yes, we are back!) brought a mix of feelings and having spent that prudent time to catch up, we are prepared to continue with the recapitulation of our trip. That trip we started touring part of Latin America,¿Querés seguir leyendo?
This is our trip around the world in 537 days, from December 2015 to June 2017. A photo for each of the 72 cities where we slept on this trip. Argentina, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Australia, Thailand, Malaysia, Spain, Ireland, England and Italy. 537 days. 72 cities. 11 countries. 4 continents. Idea,¿Querés seguir leyendo?
Mates Viajeros are Vero and Manu. We started our trip there by 2015, in Argentina. We both lived the classic story of someone who dreams of “someday” (“someday I’m going to take a trip”, “someday I’ll cut through the routine”, “someday I’ll meet other cultures”, “some day…”) and that day¿Querés seguir leyendo?
It seems incredible that it’s been a year and a half since we left Ushuaia. It seems untrue that we have traveled to so many places we used to found unattainable. It seems incredible that we are the ones who appear in the photos that we see again and again.¿Querés seguir leyendo?
Y ahora si, cerramos el capítulo de Tailandia. Ya compartimos nuestras guías sobre el Norte y el Sur, y también subimos algunas Fotos de esa parte de nuestro viaje. Ahora, a modo de cierre incluimos este Video de Tailandia con algunas secuencias que pudimos capturar. Recordamos nuestro itinerario en nuestro¿Querés seguir leyendo?
[Only available in spanish… by now]. Y si les contamos como nos fue en el Norte, ¿por qué no compartir también nuestra experiencia en el Sur? Esta entrada cubre nuestro paso por Sukhothai, Bangkok, Koh Chang y Prachuap Khiri Khan. Bangkok fue nuestro primer destino en el Sudeste Asiático y¿Querés seguir leyendo?
A walk around We both left on the bikes the owners of the house we rented lent us. We went to a church of the XII or XIII century that was at an accessible distance for two out-of-shape thirty-somethings. We are in the south of Italy. The landscape is flat,¿Querés seguir leyendo?
I’m trying to finish this post for some time because even if it seems the opposite, we always go around and do everything we write to be as accurate as possible and the message we want to convey is understood. But in this case it happened to me that I¿Querés seguir leyendo?