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

Photo Roulette

Tools

Paring down the tools and spare parts kit for the long trip south.

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.

Iguacu!

With a flow rate that can reach 450,000 cubic ft per second there’s some serious water passing over these magnificent falls. Foz do Iguacu, Parana, Brazil

Mooney Falls

Peering over the ~200 foot drop of Mooney Falls. Mooney Falls, Havasupai Falls, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, USA

Bring on the curry!

Celebrating our departure from Delhi and the beginning of our journey through the Indian Himalayas with some fine Indian cuisine. Mandi, Himachal Pradesh, India

Canyon of the duck

Riding along the Rio Santa that carved the “canyon of the duck” and separates the Cordillera Negra and Cordillera Blanca. 30 or so tunnels, some quite long, dot the route. Canon del Pato, Peru

Khardung La

Khardung La lays claim to being home to the “Highest Road in the World” and is the gateway to the Nubra valley. This was an exceptional riding day, one I won’t soon forget. Khardung La, Jammu and Kashmir, India

Taj Mahal

I traveled to India to ride the highest road in the world and didn’t give much consideration to the Taj Mahal. I’ve since seen the err of my ways. Taj Mahal, Agra, India