Los hijos de altiplano The Estrada Real Iguacu! Fill ‘er up! A stormy Torres del Paine Jumping the Darien Gap Mas practica Weeeee!!!! Taj Mahal Visiting with Coco Steps of Lapa 800 years later Quelap Maranon River Maggie Noodles! The lost city Lago Atitlan Cartagena Nicaragua Haunchaco Srinagar marketplace Hemis Monastery Rhotang La O2 Mooney Falls Laguna Colorado La Posta Little bridges and big gorges El Maestro Riding the roof of the world San Vicente Todo sur Bring on the curry! Ancient Mayan cities Carretera Austral El Amatillo Floating Village Bienvenido a Colombia! Khardung La Leaving the Altiplano Splash! Canyon of the duck Banos Baralacha La The world’s largest salar Tools Museo de las Momias Laguna Verde Ecuador Royal Enfield Hanuman temple The walled city

Photo Roulette

The Estrada Real

Following the Estrada Real (Royal Road), a road that connects the resource rich colonial cities of Minas Gerais in Brazil. The skies opened up soon after I took this pic and I was wrestling the SE through the orangish clay mud which made for a long riding day.

Todo sur

After thousands of miles and a year of travel I’ve reached the southern tip of South America and the end of ruta 3. Tierra del Fuego, Argentina

Hemis Monastery

Essentially carved into the side of the mountain, the Hemis monastery has stood for almost 1,000 years. Hemis Monastery, Ladakh, India

El Amatillo

The infamous El Amatillo border crossing at the frontera of El Salvador and Honduras. I actually had a pretty good experience here so I can’t complain.

Lago Atitlan

After a brisk hike up Volcan San Pedro I’m rewarded with a stunning view of Lago Atitlan. San Pedro, Lago Atitlan, Guatemala

Jumping the Darien Gap

Loading the SE onto the Stahlratte for our voyage through the San Blas Islands enroute to Colombia. Carti, Panama

Haunchaco

I’m not typically a fan of beach resorts but this Peruvian retreat was a great place to spend Thanksgiving and the only time I would leave the Andes while in Peru.

Visiting with Coco

Stopping off to visit with Coco of Baja racing fame.