Setting and End

Setting and End

And he is off...to return to the place he has been. Having a destination makes the entire route feel different, as if free-drawn lines turn into a game of connect the dots. In a sense the same picture arises from both paths, especially because the traveler is the artist that invests himself fully into the [...]

Seeing Guatemala

Seeing Guatemala

In Entre Rios, a rural town in South-East Guatemala, students recite the poem Ay! Como me dueles Guatemala for a fifth grade assignment. A thirteen-year old child reciting a nationalistic poem about the problems within a country is a great example of an education. With a soul full of energy, admiration and emotion, Andrea spoke [...]

Around Mexico in 80 Days

Around Mexico in 80 Days

Trudging along kilometer by kilometer and pedal by pedal, we have made it from Tijuana to Chetumal. Being on a bicycle in Mexico feels like home and the friends along the way have truly become our family. Receiving an overwhelming amount of hospitality, I owe so many debts of gratitude to people from all walks [...]

Home for the Holidays

Home for the Holidays

After riding up these mountains of Mexico, I'd be comfortable just about anywhere: between two broken down semi-trucks on the side of the road or on a bench outside the fire station, for previous examples. Sometimes we get the chance to rest our legs in the comfort of someone's house. Casa de Ciclistas open their [...]

One Road

One Road

One road to go up, one road to go down One road through fields, one road through town One road to fly away, one road to return home One road to unite friends, one road to be alone One road for cyclists, one road for 18-wheelers One road for gift-givers, one road for tortilla-stealers One [...]