Chile

Of the seven countries we visited in Latin America, Chile was the least Latin of all. But that doesn’t mean we haven’t stopped seeing the Chilean passion for soccer and listening to reggaeton everywhere. It continued to exist, but with moderation. It was also the country where there were rules for everything, so it was…

Bolivia

Traveling in Bolivia was one of the best adventures we did (me and Anisa) on bicycle. What we most save are the extensive deserts, above 4000m in altitude, with warm colors and a climate that could have the four seasons in one day. A country that holds the deepest South American culture, could only be…

Ecuador

Ecuador may be the smallest Andean nation, but it is full of the most amazing contrasts of landscapes. It has amazing biodiversity, an impressive historical heritage, stunning colonial architecture, bustling mountain markets and a diverse but friendly mix of people. However, for some reason, we didn’t make the best decisions on how we should manage…

Peru

Peru was one of the countries that surprised me the most during my travels in Latin America and it was where I lived some of the greatest adventures of my life. From vertiginous Andean mountain peaks and Inca archaeological sites and colorful indigenous communities. All this plus the ultimate adventure of traveling by bicycle through…

Argentina

Argentina has so much to see, listen to and taste that it would never be in 3 months that we – Anisa and I – would be able to do it fairly. There were so many traveling friends to meet again and places to draw. Traveling by bike in a country so vast and with…

Colombia

It was in Colombia that we began the adventure on bicycle through Latin America. Nervous and without experience, there we learned from our mistakes and the help we found along the way. The sketches were made from city to city on days of rest. It always felt little the time dedicated to sketch in comparison…