Canada

Northern Manitoba

We left Prince Albert and beelined it to Flin Flon, Manitoba, this road has a 50km/30 miles section that is gravel. It took us approximately 5 hours to do this trip as we only travel between 80-100kmh/50-60mph on the highways. Along the way we came across an area that had been destroyed be a large

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Canada

Northern Saskatchwean

We left Chauvin for Saskatchewan to continue our tour of the Largest in the World theme, next stop would be Macklin, Saskatchewan where we would visit the largest Bunnock in the World. What is a Bunnock you may ask, I know we did!!!! We hope the above photo clears up any questions you had, but

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Canada

‘Biggest’ Alberta Tour Part 2

After we left Vilna, we decided to travel in a southeast direction to St. Paul, there was a nice campground located on the east edge of town. But before we stopped for the night, we were going to visit the worlds first UFO landing site, this is to say the town of St. Paul built

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Canada

‘Biggest’ Alberta Tour

We finally retrieved our camper from storage as the restrictions put in place for Covid-19 were relaxed. Returning to our storage unit to we reload our travelling items back into the various compartments.Eventually we hit the road after sorting out some of our personal business. Travelling north to Lacombe to visit the World’s Largest Fishing

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Central America

Back to Panama

We had no sooner returned to Volcan when our friend Darrel’s mother passed away back in Canada. We stayed with his wife Susan to keep here company while Darrel went back, this was at the beginning of the Virus outbreak. When Darrel arrived back, he was going into quarantine for 14 days. At the time

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Ecuador

Journey to the Center of the World

  Our last morning on the Galapagos Islands we were up early to finalise our packing, have breakfast, then a quick 6:30am shuttle from the boat to the town of Santa Cruz. First, we walked through the town to visit the Charles Darwin Research Station while our luggage was transferred by the ship crew.  At

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Ecuador

Galapagos

Once we transferred from San Cristobal to our boat the ‘Monserrat’ we settled into our cabins then familiarised ourselves with the boat and its safety facilities and processes. Then we set off to visit some other locations along San Cristobal Island coast. During our stay on the boat we would visit various locations where we

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Ecuador

Quito

We were at the airport in Lima for 7:30am to board a 10am flight to Quito, Ecuador. This is another city located at an elevation of 2800M/9200ft. Upon arrival we transferred to our hotel. We went for a quick walk around to get our bearings before attending a 6pm presentation on our trip to San

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Peru

Some Old Lines

We arrived back to our hotel in Lima mid afternoon, settled in and then went for a walk to the waterfront to watch the sun go down over the Pacific Ocean, followed by dinner. Next day, after breakfast we decided to do some exploring along the waterfront to Barranco, we were staying the Miraflores area.

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Peru

The “Old Mountain”

After our lazy day in Cusco it’s time to go to the ‘Old Mountain’. Our bus picked us up at the hotel to take us back to Ollantaytambo, once there we would need to board a train to our next destination. For this being such such a small town the station was very busy with

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