Traveling route update!

Our plans have changed once so far since leaving Switzerland behind and starting our world trip. Braszil had to move aside for Ecuador and Costa Rica. A decision we didn’t regret a minute and now we have decided to stay in Mexico until the end of January 2019.

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Costa Rica

Our five weeks trip through Costa Rica lead us from San José to the Pacific Coast, to the Cloud Forsest and Arenal volcano, to the Caribbean Coast and turtle breeding grounds als well as to the volcanoes of the Central Valley.

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Peru

We have travelled across the Border from Bolivia to Peru and visited the border town Puno which is at lake Titicaca. The town itself is nothing special, but we've slept two nights on the famous floating islands of Uros. It was very cold at night (-2° Celcius) but we had an amazing time. 

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Bolivia

First of all we have to say, that this is the country that suprised us the most so far. We expected a third world country (which it is) but there has been a lot going on in the last 10 and especially 2 years in relation to tourism and infrastructure.

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Santiago and an update about our onward travels

March 21 until April 8th, 2018

Our travel from Mendoza to Santiago de Chile was smooth and after one night at a Hostel we were moving to Janine's apartment. In the first view days we explored the city and visited some of the Santiago sights such as Cerro San Cristobal, Barrio Italia, Lastarria and enjoyed our first Pisco Sour and Cevice. And of course we also did a Free Walk Tour.

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Wine Country Mendoza

We did a guided bike tour with Martin’s Bike through Mendozas wine region Luján on Monday. durch das Weingebiet von Mendoza. On the tour we visited the vineyards of Alta Vista, Carmelo Patti and Nieto Senetiner.

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Mendoza

Our first two month of travelling have already passed. How time flies by...

Today (March 17th), we pack our bags and take a bus to Mendoza. While we waited at the bus station, a dog peed on Marcos backpack and while cursing the dog between gritted teeth we were now really ready to leave Bariloche...

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Los Antiguos and Bariloche

Since the bus ride from El Chalten to Bariloche would take 20 hours, we've decided to break it up and stayed in Los Antiguos for one night and head on the day afterwards. We feel it was the right decision and we did love our Hostel in Los Antiguos. It was located 1km outside of the town and we had the place practically to ourselves. 

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Update on our travel route

We used our time in Buenos Aires to plan out our further travel route and are happy to share further details with you. We've now planned out everything until Santiago de Chile and will detail our journey for Chile, Peru and Bolivia within the next days.

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Tigre Delta

Sunday, 4th of February and we are on our way to Tigre, the river Delta of Buenos Aires. Usually the journey is a no brainer since the trains leave every 10 to 15 minutes from Retiro station and bring you directley to Tigre. But of course we asked for adventure and since we are in South America the trains do NOT drive from Retiro to Tigre today.

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The stories of La Boca and La Recoleta

The last few days we had my friends Janine with us here in Buenos Aires. Janine and I know eachother from my previous employer Farner and she is currently living a view month in Santiago de Chile. She flew back today already but we will see her again by the end of March in Chile :D.

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