Thread: Overland Traveler's Website Links (permanent work in progress :)

  1. #111
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    Default Around the World in 10 Years, Year 12.

    Hi, we are Pablo, Anna and The Cockroach, our Mitsubishi L300/Delica 1991 4wd van, travelling around the world since june 2000.

    We started in Barcelona, Spain, and we've been through Southern Europe, Middle East and Africa from Cairo to the Cape. Then we crossed the Atlantic Ocean on a fishing vessel and we've overlanded slowly all the continental corners of America, from Tierra del Fuego in Argentina to Deadhorse and Inuvik in Alaska and Canadá. We've also completed the TransAmazon Road, the Panamerican Highway, the Dalton, the Dempster and travelled in several cargo ships.

    We're finishing the translation of our first book in english, Around the World in 10 Years: The Book of Independence (we have three books in Spanish) and we offer lots of information for overlanders (mainly in Spanish) in our webpage: www.viajeros4x4x4.com

    Now the Cockroach is in Vancouver, BC, from where we'll start the trip back to Mexico, Belice and Guatemala at the end of october. We'll make the impossible to join the Maya Rally and we'll be for the third time, next year, telling stories and encouraging people to travel at the Overland Expo in Arizona.

    You're more than invited to visit our home at Around the World in 10 Years: writers en route at www.viajeros4x4x4.com

    Cheers and many bad tracks!

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    Pablo Rey + Anna Callau + The Cockroach
    Around the World in 10 Years: Writers en Route
    www.viajeros4x4x4.com

    Our books in english: AROUND THE WORLD IN 10 YEARS: THE BOOK OF INDEPENDENCE ¡¡¡¡¡NOW ON EBOOK!!!!!
    Nuestros libros en español: LA VUELTA AL MUNDO EN 10 AÑOS: EL LIBRO DE LA INDEPENDENCIA; LA VUELTA AL MUNDO EN 10 AÑOS: POR EL MAL CAMINO

  2. #112
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    Hey guy's

    Here's another on, our friends who turned up on our Overland Reunion 2012 from Australia, currently in Laos and on their way to Cambodia:

    http://www.doubledutchworldsafari.com/



    Adventurous greetings,
    Coen
    Our expedition/rebuilding thread right here on the Expo
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    - On the road since 2003 in an antique Land Cruiser
    - Travel writer and photographer for 14 magazines worldwide
    - Feature Writer South America Travel for Suite101

  3. #113
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    Might as well add our name to the list.
    we (bryan and jen and our dog karma) are traveling from canada through mexico and central america in our 1967 VW Kombi.
    Currently in central mexico and having the time of our lives.


    When we get to panama there's a good chance that we will hop the ferry and continue south, but that all depends on how much money remains at that point in the trip.

    Link to our blog http://thedangerz.com
    link to the trip forum here http://http://www.expeditionportal.c...ica-and-beyond
    driving our 67 VW bus through mexico, central america and beyond!
    www.theDangerz

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    Just missed these guys in an Pinzgauer 6x6: http://www.amazing-make-it.com/




    Adventurous greetings,
    Coen
    Our expedition/rebuilding thread right here on the Expo
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    - On the road since 2003 in an antique Land Cruiser
    - Travel writer and photographer for 14 magazines worldwide
    - Feature Writer South America Travel for Suite101

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    And our routes crossed but did not meet these wicked lot as well: two Trabies, one Fiat 126 and a Jawa 250 in South America. Together just pushing 84hp.



    Here is there website: http://amerika.transtrabant.cz/?ln=en

    Adventurous greetings,
    Coen
    Our expedition/rebuilding thread right here on the Expo
    -------------------------------------------------------------
    - On the road since 2003 in an antique Land Cruiser
    - Travel writer and photographer for 14 magazines worldwide
    - Feature Writer South America Travel for Suite101

  6. #116
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    I just added several PanAm overlanders. I really wish there was another way to organize/post new links... they seem to get lost. Please send me ideas for a better way to catalog new PanAm overlanders. For now, if you are a current, future or past PanAm vagabond and would like to be in the first sticky post please send me a PM or email (Luis@lostworldexpedition.com) with what you'd like me to post and a link to a photo you'd like posted. If you send me a PM or email you will be posted within a few days tops (unless I am in the Amazon jungle in 2013

    There seems to be a tremendous increase in North American folks driving the PanAm, and from reading the sites everyone will be extremely interesting to follow! Makes you wonder how many are out there without blogs or FB pages.

    We are currently on hiatus working and making money for our return to the Landcruiser, currently parked in Chile waiting (hopefully).

    Cheers.
    Luis and Lacey - Lost World Expedition Facebook
    Ongoing overland trip from the U.S. to Ushuaia, Argentina in an '87 FJ60. On the road since July 2009

  7. #117
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    Default swiss couple & dogs doing the pan am

    If I may also add our names here:



    Me (Michel) & Ursi started in May 2012 in Halifax with a 1993 HZJ75 1HZ with turbo and H55F trans, drove to the Yukon and entered the US end of September 2012. Now spending 3 month here, after a short stop at a very nice Toyota guy (Brett, also here in the forum) we are now heading to Death Valley & Utah. We will enter Mexico in a few months and eventually driving down to Argentina.
    We are trying to update the homepage since we are always a few weeks behind, especially with the english journals. I also will hopefully in the next few weeks the engine and car section since I also managed to finish the cabin section. So far only in german, sorry. Use google translator instead.

    Now let's try those coole tipps from Brett in the death valley!

    Our link: www.pawsontour.com

  8. #118
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    Hey Luis,

    What do you think about moving this list onto http://wikioverland.org ?

    I'm thinking there could be an off-shoot from the Pan American Highway page, and another from the Africa overland routes page. (Which I plan to greatly expand in the coming weeks).

    By putting it on WikiOverland, which is an open wiki like wikipedia, anyone will be update to update/edit/delete the information whenever they want, and the responsibility won't fall to one person, i.e. you.

    Thoughts?

    -Dan
    WikiOverland, the encyclopedia of Overland Travel - Everything you need to know to Travel Overland with a car or motorbike across a country, continent or the world.
    The Road Chose Me - Driving a Jeep TJ from Alaska to Argentina

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    Default Seventeenbysix - Blogging on the road from Mexico to Argentina

    hi there. Could you add a link to our blog?

    http://seventeenbysix.wordpress.com/

    Journalists Paula and Jeremy Dear parked their London life in 2011 and took to the road in Latin America for a while, maybe longer.

    "We'll be writing about what we do, experience and learn between Baja California and Tierra del Fuego - our campervan highs and woes, the people we encounter, the places we visit and even a little bit of politics.
    We're making the journey in a 1997 VW Eurovan camper. Our living space is now a vehicle measuring 17x6ft."

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    Quote Originally Posted by lostworldexpedition View Post
    ... I really wish there was another way to organize/post new links... they seem to get lost. Please send me ideas for a better way to catalog new PanAm overlanders. ...
    Hey Luis, we're working secretly on a very cool project to show current Overlanders and their whereabouts on a map with the lastest posts. I will get back to you on this, as I think it's a very cool idea. Still very testing the **** out of it.

    Adventurous greetings,
    Coen
    Our expedition/rebuilding thread right here on the Expo
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    - On the road since 2003 in an antique Land Cruiser
    - Travel writer and photographer for 14 magazines worldwide
    - Feature Writer South America Travel for Suite101

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