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Here we just posted pictures, but you can read much more about our Canada experience in Slovene on: NajinSvet – Canada First impressions of Canada: Show as slideshow Quebec city: Show as slideshow Niagara Falls: Show as slideshow Some great camping spots in Toronto state: Show as slideshow On our way to Calgary:  Show as slideshow   Read More …

Here we just posted pictures, but you can read much more about our USA experience in Slovene on: NajinSvet – Another World NajinSvet – Warm Bed New Orleans: Show as slideshow Our ride to NYC:  Show as slideshow NYC:  Show as slideshow

We had a great time in Mexico! Here we just posted the pictures, but you can read much more about our Mexican experience in Slovene on: NajinSvet – First Impressions NajinSvet – Beautiful Sandy Beaches  NajinSvet – Central Mexico Palenque: Show as slideshow Aqua Azul:  Show as slideshow Bacalar:  Show as slideshow Tulum:  Show as   Read More …

Antiqua is surrounded by numbers of volcanoes, also with active ones. It was the main city of Guatemala till the eighteenth century when an earthquake destroyed the city. Show as slideshow Already the first night spent Antiqua we were waked up by an earthquake, which was totally harmless for the locals, but the strongest earthquake   Read More …

We left Panama fast and without problems, but entering Costa Rica was a totally different story. We needed four hours to enter and do all the necessary paperwork, insurance and a lot of copies. Right before the night we arrived in a small town named Cahuita. So the next day we visited a national park   Read More …

Despite the trouble with the police in Colombia we managed to get to the port and put the motorcycles on the sailing boat. The loading was a little bit trickier that we thought it would be but as always we did it somehow. First we had to put the motorcycles throw some stones on a   Read More …

The first Colombian kilometers were similar to the ones in Ecuador, but when we entered the city Pasto we saw a lot of Police and Military with really big guns and armored vehicles. After trying to find an appropriate hotel with safe parking a biker stopped us and guided us to a friend with a hotel,   Read More …

In the late afternoon, right before we arrive to this Peruvian town we felt safe and almost forgot that we are in South America known for its drug cartels, murders, human trafficking and different kind of robberies. As the night was coming we tried to find a place to stay in this village. The first   Read More …

Paracas is a UNESCO desert national park where we spend two great days. Show as slideshow Show as slideshow

The road from Santa Marta to Santa Teresa is similar to the dead road with really steep and deep cliffs. After a night spent in Santa Teresa we left the bikes there and went for a hike of about 20km to Aguas Calientes, which lies almost under the ruins of Machu Picchu. Show as slideshow   Read More …

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