Leaving the Expedition
We have just arrived to Foz do Iguaçu, and it is the end of the line for me. After a lot of rain, the weather became beautiful, and we are now very thankful for both the warm sun we are getting and the unusual non-stopping rain we got on the first weeks. As soon s we got to the Iguazu Falls, we understood that everything has its price. And its reward. The river was very high and there was plenty of water beautifuly coming down. As time to say good-bye is approaching, I realize how different this trip has been from anything I have ever done. It was not about the bicycle, and it was not about the places. For me, it was about the people. I can definetely say I am taking with me at least one lesson learned from each one of this incredible group. I am very proud to have been part of this insanity, even if for a short period of time. I am very happy to have met these people, and even happier to be a small parto of their story. The caravan can not stop, and I wish the Vuelta Sudamericana the best luck on the next 4 months. Incredible is the best word to describe this trip.
– Christiano Werneck