No Van, New Plan // Chile

Vanlife has us spoiled: when we want to go, we go, when we see something nice, we stop and see it, if we meet someone who tells us some new bit of information, we are free to follow it. We like this gypsy life we lead, so even since the van was in the shop, we saw no need to sit and twiddle our thumbs as the piston got sorted. In the past 28 months on the road, our family that has grown from three to four has spent plenty of time living in greasy & grimey workshops as the van gets repaired, but not this time.
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Into Patagonia // Argentina & Chile

We disembarked the Buquebus ferryboat from Montevideo, Uruguay into the heart of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Pizzerias, bakeries and gelaterias on every block, the confident city step of local portenos, museums in art deco buildings filled with European inspired artworks, endless alleys crammed with architecture begging to be looked at, avenues filled with honking taxis…
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A Slice of Nice // Uruguay

Uruguay, to the south of Brazil and northeast of Argentina, is a small country with some big powerful neighbors. Like Switzerland in Europe, they have chosen strategically how to remain independent and have some of the freest political and labor conditions on the continent. A slight nation country with 3.3 million inhabitants (12 million alone…
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