Finally! It took us 9 days to film this video and then another 6 months or so to edit it, and it’s finally done! Watch it to find out where we ate best quesadillas in whole Mexico and were we bitten by bed bugs or not. The video shows us climbing from Tehuantepec to Mitla in Mexico. We tried several perspectives within the video. Also included: some of our daily tasks and errands we run. Enjoy our new video from old days!
Reached Colorado, went to Mesa Verde NP! Follow us on Balcony House tour. The dwelling is situated in a cliff and the tour includes climbing 10m ladder and crawling through 45cm wide and 4m long tunnel! We never heard about Mesa Verde NP before, but we were blown away by what we found there.
A new video? A new Video! We tried to show you some of the animals living in the desert (just the harmless ones!) But its obviously hard to get them on camera. Well, we tried.
New vlog is up! This time we show how we prepared for the desert crossing in the last ‘big’ town. It was a long day!
Yesterday we had very hard and windy day. Here is Tulku cheering Kira up. These 20 seconds alone are worth carrying her along with us for thousands of kilometers, through high mountain passes, endless deserts and windy days. Thanks Tulku for joining us on our adventure!
We made a video! LINK HERE: https://youtu.be/yTsIq-ktUUs It’s not our usual cycling day, but it was fun filming it! We hope you enjoy it! It has cycling, sighseeing and a UNESCO site. Share it with your friends and tell us what you think – it is our first video with scrip, editting and everything!
Very bumpy video to show you the bumpy road. Oh wait, no! To show you how the truckers sleep in their hammocks!
This 14 second video perfectly sums up our experience in Panama.
Hiding from the rain and making rivers
Week 103. Burned out. We spent two days and two nights laying under a mango tree. No tent, no shower, no toilet. Just laying under a mango tree. During daytime we watched clouds passing by; at night we watched shooting stars (we counted 8 before falling asleep). And then it started to rain, so we moved under a roof. And kept laying, completely burned out. We still are laying. Half of the people tell us ‘Oh, you overcame even worse things, sure you’ll be fine!’, the other half tell us ‘You’re living a dream, it can’t be bad!’. And here we are, still laying. On the bright side, we will walk past that mango tree tonight on our way to watch astronauts in the Soyuz capsel on their way to ISS, so I guess the world is still spinning.