Monthly Archives: October 2011

El Salvador

We had to leave Andre behind in Guatemala, his bike has been totaled. We stayed there another two nights with him and did what we could to help. Luckily for him he can afford to purchase another bike and hopefully … Continue reading

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Antigua – El Salvador – Guatemala

Is there any getting out of Guatemala? I think maybe not. Seven of us rode out on five bikes this morning around 9am heading for El Salvador. The morning was wet and humid but that was to be expected. The … Continue reading

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Still here in Antigua awaiting bright dry sky’s. There have been land slides throughout the country and a lot of the roads are severely damaged. Fifty people have been killed so far in Central America and many more injured. Even … Continue reading

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Panajachel – Antigua

The power and the water finally came on at 8am but it was already too late. I had already been woken up by my own smell around seven thirty and jumped in the cold pool for a wash. Yesterday was … Continue reading

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Antigua – Panajachel – Mexico – Panajachel

luckily for the adventures sake Antigua doesn’t have a beach, if it did I think I could be held up there for some time. I ended up staying 5 days and nights, eating in a lot of cafe´s and drinking … Continue reading

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Guatemala city – Antigua

It was an early start for the city of Guatemala, the morning was foggy wet and uninviting. We left some hotel at 7am to tackle the road through the mountains. It must have rained pretty heavy during the night as … Continue reading

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Palenque – Guatemala

We left Pelenque around 8am and headed to the a tiny border town called Bethel. Clearing customs was a non issue, there was none, but somehow three out of the four of us forgot to pay some other hidden fee. … Continue reading

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San Cristobal – Palenque

Hard an all as it was I managed to drag myself away from the deserted beach and back to a town called San Cristobal a journey of 400km. There were seven of us riding the twists and turns through the mountains … Continue reading

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