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Author Archives: admin

Moglander sails 1500km on the Amazon

We have been on beaches, in deserts, on salt flats and high in the Andes mountains. but we had yet to take a barge down the Amazon with our truck. We knew this was the plan as we traveled from Venezuela to Manaus where we hoped to find a barge to get us to Belem. … Continue reading »

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Venezuela Travel in the Gran Sabana

  After Angel Falls, we did not think that the last few days of Venezuela travels would amount to much. We were so wrong, the area just north from Brazil is superb for overland traveling. The area is called the Gran Sabana, and while it’s largely a flat area, it holds some stunning table top … Continue reading »

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Angel Falls in the Dry season

One of the big attractions in Venezuela is Angel falls, and at a kilometer tall, it’s a pretty big attraction indeed! This is the tallest waterfall in the world, and its hard to say which we preferred, Angel falls or Iguazu falls. We had decided that was a “must do” type of thing for us. … Continue reading »

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Overland Travel in Venezuela

As we hinted before, we decided on going through Venezuela from Colombia to Brazil. Even though the country is going through a lot of turmoil right now, we felt that it was a journey that was worth taking, and that by traveling with 2 trucks that we were always in sight of each other we … Continue reading »

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All Part of the Adventure

We sometimes get asked what was the biggest problem we have had to overcome on our trip. That’s a tricky one to answer, but I think the process of making the decision to go in the first place was the biggest problem. Logic and common sense are usually a part of our decision making process, … Continue reading »

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Colombia to Venezuela

We had come to the end of our time in Colombia, and we had a great time there.  We did spend quite a bit of time pondering what country we would go to after Colombia. We had 3 options facing us. 1. Travel through Venezuela and Brazil back to Uruguay, and ship home from there … Continue reading »

Categories: colombia, Venezuela | 2 Comments
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