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Cycle Touring Stories from Warm Showers: Sandra the Border Hero

After 5 years of traveling by bicycle we have identified two questions that people tend to ask us to nurture their curiosity. The classic: “Is it dangerous?” Followed by the obliged: “Are you guys rich?” Of course there are a lot of different types of answers to these particular questions. […]

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IMG_6961 IMG_20160321_153345 DSCN2441 Annika and Sandra Being Silly IMG_20160321_153852 Sandra in front of the CECUT
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Cycle Touring Stories from Warm Showers: Tuly from Mexico

Around 24 years ago, a small group of cycle tourists published a list in the internet of people willing to host cycle tourists in the US of A. As of February of 2017 there are 82,578 members of which 44,669 are hosting cyclists all over the globe. Since then Warm […]

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Annika and Tuly Great times with Tuly! Thanks to Tuly!
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Discovering the Mexican Caribbean by bicycle

Discovering the Mexican Caribbean by bicycle Country: Mexico From Bacalar to Cancún Lesson learned: Monkeys and jaguars live further away from the highway Most wonderful miracle: turquoise Caribbean beaches Animals we saw: cicadas, butterflies, a baby crocodile, snakes, tarantula, colorful birds, iguanas, dragonflies, salamanders, geckos, chameleons, iguanas, mosquitos, pelicans, seagulls […]

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Kayaking the lagoon of Bacalar IMG_20160918_140830 IMG_20160922_093719 Camping on the beach Maya pyramid Cycling green Mexico
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Maya ruins and rain forest – Yucatán by bike

Maya ruins and rain forest – Yucatán by bike Country: Mexico From Escárcega to Bacalar Lesson learned: It’s possible to build a wheel in 1 ½ hours Most wonderful miracle: The seven-colored lagoon Animals we saw: cicadas, a wild boar, peacocks, tarantula, colorful birds, iguanas, salamanders, geckos, mosquitos, and a […]

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Tasting Travels presentation at the In Chi Ich Café in Bacalar Maya ruins in Campeche Foggy cycling in Quintana Roo Xpujil Archeological Maya site Campeche swamp landscape Annika kayaking the Laguna de Bacalar
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Mexico: A Great Place to Cycletour

Mexico: A Great Place to Cycletour Things turned out quite funny. Normally a long tour starts in your home country and when you finish it, you come back to it. For me, this was another story. We entered Mexico (by bicycle of course) in November 2015 through one of the […]

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At 3,600mts high! The Popo is in the background! Lago Camecuaro, Michoacan Coming Down from the Volcanoes IMG_9425 Great Food Everywhere!
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Cycling Southern Mexico – Tabasco and Campeche by bike

Cycling Southern Mexico – Tabasco and Campeche by bike Country: Mexico From Córdoba to Escárcega Lesson learned: If you drink five liters and sweat six liters you never need to pee Most wonderful miracle: 3000 year old Olmec heads Animals we saw: cicadas, butterflies, frogs, snakes, colorful birds, iguanas, dragonflies, […]

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Villahermosa also has a colorful sign Fresh coffee from the coffee museum in Córdoba, Veracruz
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The highest point in five years – Cycling the Central Mexican mountains

The highest point in five years – Cycling the Central Mexican mountains Country: Mexico From Mexico City to Córdoba Lesson learned: Master google believes a river could be a road Most wonderful miracle: Volcano vistas with blue skies Animals we saw: donkeys, horses, goats, dogs, sheep, cows, pigs, chicken, butterflies, […]

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Paso de Cortes en bici Mexico offers a lot of very different eco systems Cycling el Paso de Cortes Paso de Cortes by bike Kodiak the Mexican bike tour guide El Paso de Cortes
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Where are we now

Where are we now

Want to know where in the world Annika and Roberto currently are cycling? Have a look here! You can find every place where we spent the night from September 7th 2011 until today. We try to update our map every time we find WiFi. Sometimes it takes more time to […]

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