New Zealand: Mountains and sea ensure

New Zealand: Mountains and sea ensure

Hello Hello, Here, my journey is over and I am already back in the Alsatian region. I can now summarize my New Zealand Cyber Adventures and unveil the beautiful wild landscapes of the South Island. Preparation and first kilometers I arrive in Christchurch after a jump in time through the various transits. It's simple, I fly on Saturday in San Jose, I arrive Tuesday morning in New Zealand (the date change line helping). I leave myself 2 days of rest,…

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Costa Rica

Costa Rica

"Once is not custom, nor two… Besides, we never knew how many times it was custom "… Here is the only article on Costa Rica. My parents joined me to visit this small country of Central America, I have very little pedaled on my mount. The adventure was done quietly in a 4×4. It was probably best seen the weather conditions sometimes very humid and the roads Costa Rican not suitable for cyclists. In short, I will not tell in…

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Down the Road

Down the Road

Given my enormous delay between my present adventures and my narrative on this blog, I decided to make a short summary of my visit to Chile so as not to accumulate it. Chill in Chile Here we are in Chile but before reaching the first small town (San Pedro de Atacama), the most dizzying descent of our lives awaits us: 2000 meters of negative elevation on just over 40 kilometers… In short, a sacred descent that is swallowed up in…

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South Lipez Part 2 – Would you like more desert?

South Lipez Part 2 – Would you like more desert?

Santa Claus is very late, but he has a surprise in his boot. The Stone Tree The night under tent sheltered by the some buildings of the hotel Del Desierto was rather cold, for proof, the frozen water bottles that we find in the morning. We set out ready to cross another desert without ideas on how many kilometers we will have to push the bikes. Several sandy passages require us to get off the saddle and push our steeds…

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Salt, salt and more salt

Salt, salt and more salt

After many days in La Paz to repair my bike and recover from food poisoning (apparently almost inevitable in Bolivia), I take the road to southwestern Bolivia. Several hundred kilometers of not very exciting roads allow me to arrive in Sabbaya, a small village close to the Salar de Coipasa. Reunion in Salty environment I'm starting to roll, ready to cross the Salar de Coipasa. There are tracks everywhere that go in every way possible. I choose one that traces…

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Sports debut in Bolivia

Sports debut in Bolivia

This is finally the sequel to South America: Bolivia. After the border Always with Mary and Alex, we pass the geographical border then after the passage of a pass down to the small village of Puerto Acosta. We can have lunch for just over a euro directly in the kitchen of the restaurant, it is rather atypical. We move to the border and customs post for entry formalities in the country. The other two pairs of French tourists join us,…

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Resume and video of Peru

Resume and video of Peru

Now it's time to make a little recap of my visit to Peru. Recap Peru Kilometers travelled By bike: 540 By bus: ~ 1900 By taxi: ~ 250 Peru has been a great experience very rich in discoveries for me. This is the first time I have travelled to South America and I really do not speak very well Spanish (I have improved since then), so the displacement was total as soon as I arrived. I thank Gonzalez who joined…

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