Still alive – Pichilemu

We left La Boca towards Pichilemu on a misty and chilly morning. All gear fastened and secured we headed through the city of Navidad, Rapel an then stared southwards via Litueche and El Peumo at Las Dama. The environment was changing rapidly and from almost no trees the hills came alive with rich forests and the … Read More

The dark vulcan & earthquakes

A travel story always begins at the beginning but today our story begins at a volcano a waterfall and two travellers. Being geared for cold weather the Trip Turbine team headed out to the Parque Nacional Laguna de la Laja, located 98 kilometres outside Los Ángeles, Chile. The 2 hour bus ride took us to the … Read More

Fables, Villarrica Volcano and Pucon

Driving into Temuco, which is our next destination from Los Ángeles, the weather starts becoming colder and the cloudy sky looks ominous against the Andes mountain backdrop. -A sight not often seen in Temuco, how on earth did it get in here in the middel of the city? Seeing that I forgot my phone in South … Read More

Puerto Varas y Cinco Vulcans

Our uneventful trip from Valdivia became a lot more exciting as we passed the city of Osorno, our bikes running very low on gas it made the journey seem so much longer as we turned our hope to finding a gas station across the next hill. On our way to Osorno we decided to change our … Read More

Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina

Even on Google earth when you look at the Map of Patagonia, one can not stare in awe as you see the perfect line the Andes makes. On the east is lush green while on the western side it is brown and dull. – View over the lake Choosing the perfect rainy day we pack our … Read More

Chiloe & Carretera Austral

So far we have been extremely fortunate with the weather as we slowly make our way further south down Chile. Our next destination is the Island of Chiloe, located on the south western side of Chile and it is only accessible via ferry. – Our magnificent view every morning over the port of Castro Passing through … Read More

Disaster strikes!

Our planned visit to the lovely town of Castro turned out to much longer than expected. Come Monday morning all strapped up and ready for our trip to Puerto Varas (So selected because it is only a 20min bus ride to Puerto Montt and extremely beautiful) we just could not get my bike started. After the … Read More

Disaster Part 2 – Towing a bike!

The next morning we were up early and caught the bus to Pargua, we arrived just after 11 am in Pargua and found our Scooters still tied to the pole outside the convenience store. – Marius on the promenade at Puerto Montt We had a dog looking over them and my bike was already clearly marked … Read More

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