With nearly a year to travel around you might wonder why we are acting all rushed and taking weird border crossings. The reason was the Pantanal, the world’s largest wetland, located in the tri-border area of Brazil, Bolivia and Paraguay. The Pantanal is generally considered to be the […]
South America continues: From Samaipata we returned to Santa Cruz for another night and the following day caught a bus heading east to San Jose de Chiquitos. It is a hot, dusty little town and one of the most accessible on the historic Jesuit Missions circuit of Bolivia. […]
Ammon and Sasha’s trip continues: We made it in late to Santa Cruz on our flight so it wasn’t until the next day that we got a chance to step outside and see what we had gotten ourselves into. Having talked to many people over the years about […]
The honeymoon continues: Our last-minute change of plans had us flying out of Guyana with the ultimate goal of rejoining a point further down the road on our original route but saving a lot of overland hassle. There aren’t a lot of flight options out of Guyana to […]
Ammon and Sasha’s adventure continues: We flew from Trinidad to Suriname to finally hit the mainland and officially start the South American portion of the trip. The initial plan was to see what the Guianas are all about and when ready continue south into the Brazilian Amazon. Of […]
Trinidad and Togo
Barbados – the beginning of Ammon and Sasha’s honeymoon.