- I’m Riding My Motorcycle to Argentina
- Official Press Release – Traveling Off the Grid, on YouTube
- Preparing the KLR before my Latin America trip
- What to take on a year long motorcycle trip
- My First Day on the Road
- YouTube Video Map
- Blogging Lacking But Video Logging Booming!
- After 40 Days on the Road
- Mexico City’s Killing Me
- The Journey Begins
- Chicago via Denver and St. Louis
- Leaving Chicago Behind
- My First Couch Surfing Experience
- Video of Mexican Police Shaking Me Down
- Interview With Overland Expo
- Entering Into Mexico – Extortion and Inviting Hosts
- News Coverage Over Extortion Video
- Leaving Mexico and Entering Guatemala
- Twisty Roads, City Labyrinth and a Dog Bite
- Unmaintained Motorcycles, Serendipitous Lodging and My Love Affair with Andre
- Lingering Paranoia and Meeting Another Solo Traveler
- Bug Zapper Skills
- Riding Beemers, Replacing Helmet, and Cricket Tacos
- How to be Alone
- Mexican Bus Ride, Riot Police and Church Irony
- Survivor’s Guilt, a Shift in Perspective and the Overrated Mind
- Catching Up: Real De Catorce, Mexico
- Truck Blocking the Road, Guatemala
- The Schizophrenic Bolivian Vagabond [Day 178]
- Couch Surfing in San Jose, Costa Rica [Day 108]
- The Water Filled Vodka Bottle – San Jose, Costa Rica [Day 110]
- Creatures Stirring on Christmas Eve, Playa las Lajas, Panama [Day 125]
- Video Trio: Honduras Traffic, Mayan Temple Climbing, & Nalgene Hack
Time has been flying, my mileage, not so much. Although 5,000 miles over a month isn’t bad, but it isn’t about the miles anyways. I’m in San Luis Potosi, Mexico now, but I haven’t seen anything in the city besides a park, pharmacy and Home Depot. I’ve been doing nothing but working. Organizing, editing and uploading videos from the past two weeks, along with the photos as well. This is turning into a full time job, which isn’t so bad considering the off time consists of riding through beautiful mountains, historical towns and vast deserts.
Lodging and eating has been a fairly trivial task since I’ve been using CouchSurfing.com. It’s an amazing network of people willing to host travelers. I’ve met some great people so far, and it’s only the beginning.
I’ve been tweeting, snapping photos, and shooting video, but my writing is lacking. I tell myself that the media I am retaining will help me write later, but I know it wouldn’t be the same. So I’m trying to slow down the web 2.0, and get back to basics, which really, is a huge part of while I love traveling by motorcycle.
My “travel beard” is coming in nicely after a month. I wonder how it will look when it’s 7 times as long.