Bolivia book in PDF is part of a collection of e-Books edited while traveling in South America. It is not a detailed book, but rather a compilation of sketches with a brief narrative about our journey and thoughts in Bolivia. It has 53 pages with…


It’s a journey of 1149 km in 122 days Ecuador on a bicycle full of stories and memorable experiences. True stories narrated and produced by us. There are many narrations about our encounters and how they changed our journey. And I have to admit that…


This is the first ebook about our journey in South America by bicycles. It’s all in English and it’s a resume of our 5 months experience in Colombia. Through sketches, photos, and writing you will emerge with us into the deep culture, learn about food…


The book collects the highlights of Namibia. It has 56 pages with more than 40 original photos that Luis and Anisa took and more than 20 original sketches that Luis did through our journey in Namibia. We were in Namibia between September 2019 and November…


1165 km
23 days
Medellin to Ipiales is the last chapter of our adventure – cycling and sketching Colombia. Before you read this part, make sure you see the first, second, and third chapters to live through our journey in Colombia. Leaving Medellin On the day we were leaving Medellin, we are so excited. Happy to be back on the road and feel the weight of our loaded bicycles again. Once we reach Perreira,…
1240 km
15 days
This route begins with a message Luis received when we were at Dana’s sister’s house, Bibiana. Oscar Luna, one of Luis’s followers on social media, invited us to visit Neiva. It is in the center-south of Colombia, which is off the track of our bicycle route. After we looked at the map, there are some possibilities to see more appealing parts of the country and eventually, sketching Colombia. “Why not?!”…
535 km
20 days
In this second chapter of sketch and cycle Colombia, we started from San Antero to Medellin. The view gradually becomes green and greener as we ride to the higher altitude. Finca The next destination after San Antero was Tuchin. It is a small town where the typical hat of Colombia originally came. Here, we stayed in a finca of one of our friends, John Mario, whom we met in Puerto Colombia….
452 km
10 days
Vamonos! We flew from Bogota to Santa Marta, a touristy town in the north of Colombia. We didn’t have any physical preparation before this adventure begins. For that reason, we think that the cycling Caribbean coast, Colombia, is an ideal place to start as the northern part of the country has mostly flat roads. So, here is it, our first chapter of sketch and cycle Colombia. It was still early…
186 km
6 days
Comfort zone Finally, after a month we wait for the replacement of our GPS, it came! During this waiting time, we spent it by traveled the eastern part of Bolivia by public transportation. Obviously, after a month we had a place that we could call home, yet, we had to (again) get out of our comfort zone wasn’t painless. But, you know, traveling by bicycle is how we choose and…
386 km
10 days
See you, Sajama! Our fourth chapter in this altiplano country was cycling to salt flats, Bolivia. It took us 11 days with one day off in Julo due to my monthly special. This route only had three small sections of tarred road: outside of the National Park, Sabaya village, and from Cholcani to Uyuni town. The majority was sandy and rippled with corrugated surface across the altiplano – it’s perfectly…
400 km
13 days
An unreal plan in a surreal place – Sur Lipez, Bolivia In this last chapter of Bolivia, we started with lots of considerations. We read many blogs and photos of cycling Sur Lipez, Bolivia and all of them look awesome! They made us envy and want to experience it ourselves. Yet, the cyclists’ tourers who did this route mostly have bike-packing style. This reason made us doubt if it will…
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