ADVrider Mini-Motorcycle Diaries: Central America Photo Update

Meeexicooooo! Nearing 30,000km, and although I am feeling tired at times, I’m still going strong and not ready for the adventure to end. I can’t believe I’m just a few days away from the U.S. border. I haven’t quite realized the success of my trans-continental peregrination yet and don’t think I will for a long time. I’m still surprised when I look at my map and see all those countries, towns, mountains and rivers. Then again, I still have the entire United States to cross, which is a massive section on its own. It’s a similar feeling to when I hiked across France on the Way of St. James trailing, the GR65. I loved it, but every couple of days I’d think, “Maybe I’ll be ready to stop soon. But not yet.” Before I knew it, I had hiked 800km across nearly the entire country and would do it again in a heartbeat.

Nicaraguan volcano
Nicaraguan volcano


Here are a few photos of the Central American portion of the trip.


2 thoughts on “ADVrider Mini-Motorcycle Diaries: Central America Photo Update”

  1. Impressive many ways: places seen, distance covered, way of traveling, personal impressions, etc. Still fantastic nature and different environment awaits in USA :) My best memories of that country is nature- huge national parks and scenery.
    I never done such grand trip, so puzzled how much planning, gathering info should be done to make routes, did you ever got lost in remote areas. From reading all, seemed there was no big problems like that. Wish you to continue that way :)

  2. What a continuing achievement Elisa: your almost 30,000 kms journey, and you are still able to write to us, and send beautiful photos to us who follow your blog!
    Take care, but enjoy those last huge kms through the US, and return to your family for such a well deserved rest. You inspire us all!

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