Monthly Archives: September 2011

Oaxaca – Puerto Escondido – ?

I got another bee sting today, luckily not on the nipple this time. I left Oaxaca for somewhere north but changed my mind at a traffic light and went south in to the mountains instead. It was the twistiest road I’d … Continue reading

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Teotihuacan – Oaxaca

I had a breakfast and morning jog ( I mean stroll) around Morelia before hitting the road to the Pyramids of Teotihuacan. It was only about 330km away so I decided to make it more interesting and head through the … Continue reading

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Coba San Lucas – Sea – Morellia

I left Cabo San Lucas at the crack of dawn around 11am without much of an literary. All I had to do was get to La Paz. It was only a short ride of 150km and all that had to … Continue reading

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Guerrero Negro – Loreto – Caba San Lucas

Where was I, right I left Guerrero Negro early enough after breakfast beach bound. I’ve been to a few beaches in Mexico already but they’ve all been pretty crap. It was off to Loreto with me a short ride of … Continue reading

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Encenada- Guerrero Negro

What a day! I spent the first half trying to get my Phone to work so I’d have GPS and a map. I was assured it would be working by 3pm so I took off blindfolded with high expectations, 3 … Continue reading

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Mexico

I thought I’d better do some research on Mexico seeming I was about to enter so I headed off to a book store and got myself a copy of the lonely planet. While sitting outside having a coffee researching my … Continue reading

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Monument Valley – Yuma

Woke up to rain, ate ,then went back to bed. I finally had to leave at 11am or pay for another night. I really wanted to take the bike back down the valley but not in that weather. Off I … Continue reading

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Seligman-Grand Canyon-Monument valley

I hadn’t planned on stopping in Seligman but I’m glad I did. It’s an usual town full of strange stuff. It was the inspiration for the cartoon “cars”. Along the main street there’s all these vehicles from the 50’s or … Continue reading

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Death Valley- Las vegas- Seilgman

The ride from Death Valley to Vegas was fantastic. From a town called Big Pine I took a short cut through the north of Death Valley NP. The first 100 km of this road must have been the most fun … Continue reading

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San Fran- Yosemite – Death Valley

I set some GPS co-ordinites into my phone , went and picked up my bike and headed off exploring the parts of the city I hadn’t seen. Its much easier on a bike then them cable cars. I was riding … Continue reading

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