Links to other Travelers:
  1. Don & Kim Greene have traveled to many countries in their Mitsubishi Fuso based rig and have written a book on travel in the Americas. We first met them in Guatemala.

  1. Margaret & Barry Williamson have been traveling by motorhome throughout Europe for more than 15 years.  Their website is an absolute fountain of information.

  1. Sheila and Paul travel in a VW camper in a very interesting way.  Each trip they select a country to focus on and then spend a lengthy time exploring and studying that country.  Their reports are in depth and educational.

  1. Adam and Sophie are a young British couple who produce an extremely informative blog on their travels around Europe. 

  1. We met Daniel & Ann-Marie Chavance and their 3 great kids, Pierre, Remy and Jeanne in Argentina while they were on a two year odyssey to the middle east and South America.

  1. Yasha & Juergen spent 3 years touring the Americas in a Ford pickup with camper.  They are currently building a new travel vehicle based on a Mercedes truck.

  1. Casper is traveling around the world in a MAN truck based custom unit.  We met him in South America, he’s currently in Africa

  1. Frank Goodrick & Taylor Meredith travel in a Winnebago Rialta; for the past four years they’ve spent part of each year in Europe.

  1. Mark & Vicki Sherouse have been traveling in Europe for four years in a Sprinter based Road Trek van.

  1. Robert & Nina Blackwell are Aussies currently living in the US.  They toured South America in a Tiger and currently are in Russia in a new Unimog based vehicle.

  1. Tom & Judy Salmon toured Europe in a Winnebago View from 2007 to 2010.

  1. Frank & Annie Cartwright have traveled extensively in the Americas and are currently touring in southern Africa.

  1. We met Helge & Brigitte Mast in 2008 in Panama when we were all on our way to South America.  They toured Scandinavia in 2010 and 2012 and are currently in Iceland.

  1. Jacques & Elisabeth were primary inspirations for our own travels when we met them in Mexico in 2007.  They are touring around the world in a small French built 4x4 motorhome.

  1. John & Harriet Halkyard wrote a wonderful book on traveling Central America and have visited many other places as well.

  1. Daniel & Valerie Avard have traveled extensively around the world with their motorhome, Jules, and their scooter, Jim.  We first met them in Peru; they are now in Australia.

  1. The folks from the Silk Route organization have literally written the book on overland travel over much of the globe.

  1. Doug & Stephanie Hackney have traveled extensively by a variety of methods.  We first met them in Peru.


When traveling in out of the way places, you may not have a AAA Tour Book, Woodall’s or similar guide to help you decide where to camp.  But you are not completely on your own either.  For some countries, you will find published books to help you.  Also, you will find that there are many, many travelers who have gone before you and some of them have taken the time to provide helpful, insightful guides of where they have gone and what they have found when they arrived.  The greater your internet and language skills, the more resources you will find to help you along the way.

Here are some links that will connect you with travelers we have come across whose sites may be helpful to you. 

“Travelers speak a language known only to themselves”

~ Charles Stamps

“Half the fun of the travel is the esthetic of lostness.”

~ Ray Bradbury

The traveller is active; he goes strenuously in search of people, of adventure, of experience. 

The tourist is passive; he expects interesting things to happen to him.  He goes "sight-seeing".”

~ Daniel Boorstein

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