I have already described how to travel across the Pacific so I won’t repeat myself. I leave these troubles to myself as it’s hard to speak of them again. After Hawaii I head west. It took months until I saw the coast of Mexico. I decided to get closer to solid ground and sail on my raft along the coast until I reach Chile and my third destination – the Andes. That is a longer voyage but it is safer than sailing the ocean.
I arrived on a beautiful and deserted coast of Southern California. It’s much easier to sail now, in case of bad weather I don’t have to stand gusts of wind and waves, but only to anchor and wait for the sea to calm down again. Again I slowly go down along the coast of Mexico. I make a stop at Zihuatanejo, a town on the Pacific coast and former important Aztec city. I’m looking for remains of pre-Columbian America, but they tell me that I have to go deeper into the mainland if I want to explore this long-lost civilization. Unfortunately, this would move me away from my target in this part of the trip. Because of this, I unwillingly pack all the necessary food and equipment and head the raft south. I decided not to plan any ambitious research on my way to Chile. I only enjoy the sites of Central American and then South American coasts.
Chile Andes mountains
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