Trains and Snow

Submitted by Anonymous Hitchhiker on 19 June 2010 - 2:19pm

December 14th. I spent the day today on the train, another stupid decision that weighs on my morals and will further reduce the time I spend with the people I love.

Going to the North of Chile

Submitted by Anonymous Hitchhiker on 27 April 2010 - 11:09pm

I understand that South America may not be the first destination that comes to mind for many travelers. Often, people eagerly share their European or American adventures, and some even mistakenly view the USA as the entire continent. However, I'm here to enlighten you. South America is a treasure trove of breathtaking landscapes, lush rainforests, diverse wildlife (yes, even presidents!), and an array of climates that defy easy enumeration.

It's nearly impossible to capture the full scope of what this beautiful continent has to offer in a single passage.

Neige et train

Submitted by Anonymous Hitchhiker on 2 April 2010 - 6:21pm

14 decembre

J’ai passer la journée d’aujourd’hui dans le train, encore une décision stupide qui pese sur mon morale et va réduire encore plus le temps que je vais passer avec les gens que j’aime.

Am I Brave Enough?

Submitted by Anonymous Hitchhiker on 16 March 2010 - 7:10am

My thumb was up but my knees were shaking in anticipation of what could possibly happen. It was exciting, like a first date with a girl who I admired for a long time. Today was my first time long distance hitchhiking.

Ten Different Captains

Submitted by Anonymous Hitchhiker on 10 February 2010 - 3:20pm

In 1989/90 I sailed across the Pacific Ocean from Los Angeles to Sydney. Hitching on sailboats is easier than it sounds. I took 10 different boats, mostly on the west coast of the Americas.


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