Route History

Day 93

Today we wrapped up our walk through Brazil, and entered Guyana – home to over 400 registered Special Olympics athletes and Unified partners! Our walk took us 688.25 km and we arrived in New Amsterdam, Guyana! New Amsterdam is just 6 km upriver from the Atlantic Ocean, which we could be crossing later this week!

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Day 92

Today we spent another day walking through Brazil, continuing to head towards the north border. Our walk today stretched 1,215.75 km and we reached Boa Vista, Brazil. Boa Vista is the capital of the Brazillian state Roraima, and is built in a similar layout to Paris, France!

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Day 91

Today our walk continued through Brazil, travelling a total of 932.25 km together. We wrapped up our day’s walk in Humaitá, Brazil, located along the Madeira River. Humaitá contains 5% of the Campos Amazônicos National Park, home to several native species and where the Manicore marmoset was first discovered.

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Day 90

Today we continued through Brazil, and reached Itaituba, Brazil. Today’s walk stretched 1,326.50 km – Itaituba is located along the Amazon River, which represents 20% of all of the world’s water drainage into the ocean. Did you know that there are no bridges than fully cross the Amazon River?

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Day 89

Today we returned to Brazil on our walk around the world! Did you know that Brazil is home to over 44,000 registered Special Olympics athletes and Unified partners? Our walk today took us 1,240.00 km together, and we arrived in Cuiabá, Brazil – which is the geographical centre of the South American continent!

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Day 88

Today we continued our walk north, and we left Uruguay, briefly passed through Brazil and back through Argentina before arriving in Paraguay! Paraguay is home to over 13,000 registered Special Olympics athletes and Unified partners. Our walk took us 1,105.50 km together and we wrapped up our day in San Estanislao, Paraguay.

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Day 87

Today we entered Uruguay, which is home to over 14,000 registered Special Olympics athletes and Unified partners. Our walk took us 1,264.25 km together and we arrived in the city of Melo, Uruguay. Fun fact: as of today, Special Olympics athletes, friends, families and supporters from 13 countries around the world have submitted over 1 million minutes of walking through the site! That’s incredible!

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Day 86

We spent today walking 1,012.25 km together and arrived in the city of Azul, Argentina. Azul is home to the annual Miguel de Cervantes Festival which celebrates one of the most renowned Spanish authors in the world! 

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Day 85

Today we continued our way north through Argentina, which is home to over 26,000 registered Special Olympics athletes and Unified partners. Our travels today took us 1,010.50 km and we arrived in Trelew, Argentina. Trelew is close to Punta Tombo, the largest penguin reserve in all of Argentina!

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Day 84

Today we headed further south through Chile and made it all the way to Puerto Toro, the southernmost permanently inhabited community on the globe (it has been just over 2 months since we walked through Alert, Nunavut – the northernmost permanently inhabited community on the globe). From there, we began heading back north and entered Argentina, where we wrapped up our 1,009.00 km day in Coy Aike, Argentina.

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