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My thoughts and experiences cycling, snowboarding and travelling around the world

Wow 3 months in South America is almost over

So after 3 months my flight home to Europe is tomorrow. It has been insanely good;

I have climbed and ridden volcanoes, splitboarded the high andes in the shadow of 7000m peaks, boarded deep powder in patagonia, sat out endless rain, ridden deep snow through forests of monkey puzzle trees, experienced crazy gales and storms, seen countless condors soaring, sat in hot springs surrounded by untracked powder, hiked for days among some of the wildest and majestic scenery the world has to offer, eaten a lot of pasta, travelled 1000s of kilometers by car, bus,van, boat and airplane.

I now have to sit and sort out 32gb of pictures and videos…..watch this space, I hope to start updating the blog next week


2 comments on “Wow 3 months in South America is almost over

  1. feonicamartinez
    October 16, 2013

    Well, today is your flight back home? I know for sure that it was an awesome vacation in South America, I’m so envious of your 3 months vacation. No regrets, you’d made the most of it. Good luck for your next escapade.

  2. welovemountains
    October 24, 2013

    Thanks certainly tried to make the most of it. Planning starts for the next trip now, after a winter in Chamonix, France.

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