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Ushuaia to Santiago
Jan 2012 - May 2012
Santiago to La Paz
May 2012 - Aug 2012
La Paz to Panama C
Aug 2012 to Nov 2012
Panama C to Phoenix
Nov 2012 to Feb 2013
Phoenix to P Rupert
Mar 2013 to May 2013
P Rupert to Deadhorse
May 2013 to Jul 2013
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Distance to Date: 5538 km, 3434 miles
Nothing beats the feeling of crossing a border into a new country - uncharted territory, a new stamp in the passport and the feeling of good, old-fashioned progress! Don't misunderstand, we loved Chile and Argentina. The people we met so far have been warm, generous and nothing short of amazing. But after 7 months on the road, it feels so good to be getting just a little farther north.
The journey north of Salta was both beautiful and treacherous. The road that weaved through the mountains was no wider than a bike lane but accomodated traffic in both directions. North of Jujuy, the route widened to form a major highway, but still there was no shoulder for bicycles. The road narrowed again, but traffic remained steady, and we experienced another crash as the bicycle wheel caught the lip of the road while trying to avoid vehicles.
But all that chaos was forgotten the minute we stepped across the border and into another world. Bolivia sits high on a plateau. The air is thin, the food is hearty (and cheap!) and the people are full of smiles. Another adventure begins.
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