Costa Rica – with the End of All Roads crew

Read about Costa Rica pt. 1 – here. Despite the first impressions at a party hostel in La Fortuna, I liked Costa Rica a lot more than I thought I would. I was prepared for something like Cancun or Cabo – American playground, expensive, less raw and real experiences with locals. To some degree Costa […]

Nicaragua – West

NOTE: this post chronicles my first few days or so in Nicaragua, before I got stuck in Bluefields on the Atlantic coast, with my car, due to nationwide protests. For that crazy story – click here. Border crossing I left out of Choluteca, Honduras – as chronicled here – and got to the border at […]

El Salvador

El Salvador and Honduras are the two countries I was most nervous about to start this trip. I even considered not going through El Salvador – as it and Belize are the two countries you don’t have to drive through to get to Panama. A few travelers even cautioned against it. But in each case […]


Things are starting to get real. I think I’m almost done buying stuff for the trip. See details and pics below. Recent purchases: Tuffy locking storage box for the back of the FJ Garmin Montana 610 GPS (works for hiking or road travel) International and Inter-America Driving Permits (from AAA) Detailed road maps for almost […]

The Plan

In April 2018 Marc Adamus is going to take an expedition on the boat you see pictured somewhere hovering around this blog post (not the thing below, that’s a car). We’re going to get into fjords in Chile and places most people, much less landscape photographers, never go. I also went on a Patagonia expedition […]