In Tintinas, the features of the Spanish colonialists are easily discernible, is not it?
You look this way in these eyes, how these dolls dance awkwardly, waving their hands and... more
Bolivia is a poor country, one of the poorest countries in South America ... to be more precise, it is on the penultimate place in the list. This is evident even in tourist and big cities and vill... more
A shaky, trembling world, in which everything is like a dream. Mountains hovering above the earth and water, a multidimensional world of clouds, lamas slowly floating through the air and thin-legg... more
Sucre is something. One of the smallest and cozy capitals of those that we saw. The capital city does not look like. Its coloniality is obvious, but it can be difficult to see it... more
Wet mountain forests of Bolivia, in particular, the protected natural area of Amboro, are famous for their giant fern-like trees. Walking under 5-9 meters of ferns, you can imagine a world in whic... more
We finally started climbing! There is no more exhausting heat, there is no such quantity of mosquitoes and midges, the world around is no longer flat. Clouds fly higher, but they already cling to th... more
Today there will be a beginning of our story about Bolivia. Traditionally, there will be many stories and photos. Let's go!
We got the idea: the less the Internet, the more interesting around. Yo... more
As soon as the asphalt was over and the priming started, we started to come across live animals. Basically, of course, these are birds. Most of all I wanted to see the sym... more
We finish our Brazil tour with a meeting with crocodiles, tuyuyuyu and jaguar
Wild, wild west ... of Brazil. How cool that Brazil does not have marketing, as in the US. This country is like a Pando... more
Unfortunately, the wild fauna in Brazil is difficult to see live ... On the roads it's just difficult to breathe. Downed dogs, opossums, armadillos, red anteaters, colored, small and large birds - all... more
Brazil - the capital of Brazil - is like a huge playground for architects (only two architects, in fact). Huge spaces, a huge sky and a cleverly organized (very convenient) system of roads and inter... more
The second year of motorcycle travel in South America on a motorcycle Yamaha YB125 is coming to an end. We go further. In this story, we are approaching the borders of Brazil and Bolivia. By traditi... more
Summer is a hot season, leading to special stresses on the water supply system. Therefore, turning off the water in the city, without warning for an indefinite period, is not uncommon. Actually, t... more
Iporanga is famous for its stunning scale of karst caves. More than 350 of them are located in the territory of national and regional parks and entered into the register. But they say that in fact the... more
For several days we traveled together with a huge cyclone. At the entrance to the widely known in narrow circles (motorcyclists) serpentine on Serru Corvo Branco, we made a stop on the sidelines to... more
Let's contiunue, friends!
There are places where it is good for the three of us (for me, my wife and my bike) - without exception))) for example such green serpentines) or rural roads. We missed it... more
One of the most popular dreams among those who travel around the world is to open their hostel. And we, perhaps, will open a tire workshop)))
We passed more than 15 thousand km on Argentine tires, an... more
It turned out that entering Brazil = entering the summer. We did not even have time to undress, the real heat at 27 degrees crushed and melted us so that we could not get together for two days. Accl... more
The tiny historical district Colonia del Sacramento is an architectural world heritage of UNESCO. The Portuguese colony originally, at different times, fell under the wing of the Spaniards, then back... more