“As a general rule of biology, migratory species are less ‘aggressive’ than sedentary ones.
There is one obvious reason why this should be so. The migration itself, like the pilgrimage, is the hard journey: a ‘leveller’ on which the ‘fit’ survive and stragglers fall by the wayside.
The journey thus pre-empts the need for hierarchies and shows of dominance. The ‘dictators’ of the animal kingdom are those who live in an ambience of plenty. The anarchists, as always, are the ‘gentlemen of the road’.”
Bruce Chatwin / The Songlines
Freedom, melancholy, raw wilderness, blinding sun, blasting wind, turquoise waters…
I spent months riding alone in Patagonia but I feel words and images are just not enough to describe it. To me, Patagonia is a place of the soul, it’s a way of being. Patagonia is a portal that turns back time, where you feel you are setting foot into a different dimension. Once you experience its essence, this place will bring tears to your eyes and a shiver up your spine.
I feel it is my calling to guide other people who want to live the real Patagonia wilderness – this place puts priorities in a new perspective, with a renewed sense of calm and clarity, no matter where in life you are.