Our story… It has always been a dream of ours to travel the world, and we love to ride our bicycles! In 2013 we started selling our house and everything we own, and embarked on an "around-the-world" bicycle ride in August 2014. Since then we have made amazing friends, witnessed breathtaking scenery, and continue to seek out new adventures every day.


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  • Pachuca to Puebla Part 3

    Pachuca to Puebla Part 3

    Around the World, Mexico 2016

    April 26th, 2016 Cycling in the shadow of a giant, smoking volcano (and another non-smoking one) first on the busy...

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  • Pachuca to Puebla Part 2.

    Pachuca to Puebla Part 2.

    Around the World, Mexico 2016

    April 25th, 2016 A day just chock full of excitement including surly toll-booth operators, armed soldiers, a suicide attempt on...

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  • Pachuca to Puebla Part. 1

    Pachuca to Puebla Part. 1

    Around the World, Mexico 2016

    April 24th, 2016 Andrew attempts to provide the team with a “ruta sin trafico” (route without traffic), which turned into...

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  • Days off in Pachuca

    Days off in Pachuca

    Around the World, Mexico 2016

    April 21, 2016 Pachuca formally known as Pachuca de Soto, is the capital and largest city of the Mexican state...

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Inside the Templo de Santo Domingo

Inside the Templo de Santo Domingo

Inside the Templo de Santo Domingo

Dina and Baconbits doing a trick.

Jason and Baconbits doing tricks.

Jason and Baconbits doing tricks.

Baconbits, one of Jason's dogs.

Jason, our Warmshowers host in Oaxaca.

Dina and her dog Trufe.

Jason teaching tricks to Trufe.

Dina teaching tricks to Trufe.

The view from our Warmshowers home in Oaxaca.

Bus drivers keeping track of their change.

Inside the Templo de Santo Domingo

Inside the Templo de Santo Domingo

Templo de Santo Domingo

Walking through the zocalo.

Crazy looking art pieces in Oaxaca.

Oaxacan buildings seem steeped in history.

Crazy looking art pieces in Oaxaca.

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3 Comments

  • Margaret McCallum

    May 21, 2016 - Reply

    Well if this doesn’t beat all…..OMG when I saw those colours of Pachuca….you see you are doing this and so is a little bit of all of us! Good to have a few days off to do a proper washing of the clothes,cook your hearts out,sight see.bike repairs,a Yankees game,Internet time and Enrique sounds like a good bloke! Loved,Loved these pictures and thank you for the time difference,I like that perspective in my own little mind! Keep on keeping on!

  • Margaret McCallum

    May 21, 2016 - Reply

    Will get on that email tomorrow!

  • Mary

    May 25, 2016 - Reply

    What a beautiful city!

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