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O Canada! – Montreal, QC to Newcastle, ON. 🇨🇦

Montreal was our first experience of Canada and it set the bar very high for the rest of the country to live up to but so far it hasn’t disappointed. The one thing that we hadn’t really considered when we changed our route to cross here rather than ride directly[…]

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A Series of Unscripted Rides: New York City to Montreal, Canada

We are always saying how great the Warmshowers community is but it’s not just about the free place to stay. Whilst that is great, we love the social aspect of meeting new people, sharing delicious meals and hearing locals cycling stories and advice about where to go next. As such[…]

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A Bridge, Two Ferries, Four States: Washington, DC to New York, NY

Firstly, this blog is super late, sorry about that. We’ve been busy. But read on to hear about our adventures in the Empire State. (We are actually further north already, check the map Here) We had imagined that the ride between Washington and New York wouldn’t be overly pleasant, even[…]

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Numb legs and worn out brake pads: Sucre to Toro Toro, then on to La Paz

Toro Toro (meaning “Mud Mud” in the indigenous Quechuan language) is a small town 200km north of Sucre in the Toro Toro National Park known for it’s interesting geological formations and dinosaur footprints. Everyone that we’ve met that has been there said it was one of the highlights of their[…]

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Pedalling Paraguay: Ciudad Del Este to Encarnacion

After a wonderful stay in Foz do Iguaçu it was time to say goodbye to Brasil and cross the bridge to country number 5. But before we did, we visited a typical Brasilian restaurant, the churrascaria or buffet livre, basically an all you can eat BBQ buffet. We’d seen them[…]

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