São Paulo Exhibition

We landed at the Condiminio Cultural a couple of weeks ago in a cloud of road dust, gushing streams of diesel from a cracked fuel pipe. High up in the hills of Pomperia, this has been the perfect place with the most perfect people to help us fix the bus and escort us to various… Read more »

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    Welcome Back

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    São Paulo

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    First Impressions Of Brazil

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    If my secret destination on this round-the-world trip was to get to California then, for the Portuguese half of our team, their ambition was to reach Brazil. Three weeks ago, we finally crossed the border from Bolivia at the town of Corumba in Matto Grosso de Sul state and we have now we have reached… Read more »

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    Drive Through Bolivia

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    [RFG_gallery id=’2′] Bolivia was like a little step back in time. We didn’t intend to stay too long but we ended up hanging around and working on a few projects over Christmas and the New Year. Coming from Peru, you get to La Paz straight away and the glorious chaos of that city is refreshing… Read more »

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    Meeting the Mennonites of Bolivia

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    Back down from the Altiplano and well past Santa Cruz, we turned our orbital craft onto the road that heads hundreds of kilometers east across the empty lands towards the Brazilian border. It was proper tropical now, and through the heat and humidity, sure that our usual scant research had implied that there was not… Read more »

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    Stray Dogs Of Sucre

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    It’s not a long way between Potosi and Sucre – a few hours’ drive and a drop of 1000m from the barren hills around one of the world’s highest cities down through the valleys to the eternal-spring climate and greener region of Sucre, Bolivia’s traditional capital and beautiful, most perfect city. The ancient connection between… Read more »

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    Vegetarian Restaurants In La Paz, Bolivia

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    Being a vegetarian in South American countries can be a testing experience and, in general, Bolivia is no exception to that rule. In their capital city, Nuestra Señora de la Paz, however, you will find plenty of healthy, good food that has been cooked deliberately without meat or fish – pretty much an oasis of… Read more »

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    Freelancing On The Internet While Traveling

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    It’s going pretty well so far this online web design lark. I mean if it carries on at this rate of growth I’m gonna be employing people to help me do the work. Mathematically speaking, that is, probably millions by the year’s out. Of course, that won’t happen – it’s just a timely burst of… Read more »

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    Nations Unknown: Tawantinsuyu

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    Tawantinsuyu is the name the Incas gave to their empire. It means in Quechua, “Four Regions Together” or “Four Directions-under-the-sun United” – and reflects the expansion of the Incas from their homeland in the Cusco region of south-central Peru. By the time the Spanish arrived and took over the show, the Inca Empire had stretched… Read more »

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    Hire Our Motor Home For The World Cup In Brazil

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    UPDATE: Our motor home is now booked up until August. Thanks for all your interest! So you’ve bought some match tickets for the biggest show on earth and booked a flight to get there. The only thing you’ve got to work out now is where you’re going to stay and how you’re going to get… Read more »