Carl Boyer Travel Articles
- Sailing to Antarctica
- Carl Boyer's passage was rated a six on a scale of ten - a ten meaning turning into the wind for ten hours at full speed and losing three nautical miles in the process.
- South America on the Way to Antarctica
- Carl Boyer outlines the steps he took to get to Antarctica - with a three-week stop in South America.
- Nicaraguan Opportunities – Central America
Little did Carl Boyer know how cheap the trip would be, how much it would change his life, or what he would learn about opportunities in Nicaragua over a number of stays.
- The Road to Panama – Central America
Driving to the end of the Pan American Highway requires patience, and can involve thousands of vicious speed bumps. Still, Carl Boyer experienced plenty of rewards.
- Amazon Riverboats Are “Never Comfortable” – Brazil, South America
Carl Boyer was reading Jean Paul Sartre's play, "No Exit," which described his concept of hell. Sartre got it wrong. Hell is the B/M Leão IV. Read why.
- Crossing the Guianas – South America
- Carl Boyer found Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana different from what he had read, but with a little patience, one can take public transportation from Georgetown to Brazil.