Colombia has been the high water mark of the trip so far but all good things must come to an end and it is time to chase the horizon once again.
After visiting the two largest cities in Colombia we were finally cut loose to discover countryside in endless variety and lonely mountain roads made for motorcycling in Central Colombia.
This is our detailed expense report for Colombia. It shows how much money we spent and where we spent it.
Try as you might sometimes the journey takes you where it wants to go and throws all your planning out the window. We had no intention of going to the mega-city of Bogota but a broken bike forced our hand and we will be forever grateful.
The Colombian graffiti and street art is of exemplary quality and scale.
Riding our way south enjoying the twisty mountain roads, well Shannon's wasn't but that is a story for later.
The Casa Terracota is also known as the Flintstone house and is a work-in-continual-process by the Colombian architect Octavio Mendoza Morales.
S&M Boiler Works' Colombia accommodation (camping and hotel) listing including descriptions, GPS coordinates, and photos.
Within days of coming ashore we knew Colombia was special. The people are proud, happy, and have a zest for life that makes you feel included and part of something great.
Border crossing information for the Panama-Colombia border for two motorcycles and two people.
To continue onto South America we opted for passage on a 112-year schooner named the Stahlratte (steel-rat).