Monthly Archives: November 2011

Panama – Colombia

Thirty countries over Five continents and counting… We had to ride the bikes up a 200mm wide plank to get them on the catamaran. It was a little hairy to say the least, the boat was bobbing up and down … Continue reading

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Costa Rica – Panama

I bid Chip Hasta la Pasta around 8am and headed off towards Panama. About ten minutes out-of-town who did I pass only Pierre, He must have walked most of the previous day and night to make it to where he … Continue reading

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Nicaragua – Costa Rica

I left Chiansomethingorother at 8am after a hearty breakfast of one slice of bread cut into four pieces with butter and jam. It was ok though it was included with the price of the room. I headed off across Nicaragua … Continue reading

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El Salvador – Honduras – Nicaragua

Throwing money at cops in Honduras is only bad idea if you don’t throw enough. Leaving the sun-shining surfing shores of El Zonte behind I mounted up and headed for Honduras. The roads in El Salvador are fairly good compared … Continue reading

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Return to El Salvador

The journey back to El Salvador has been one of the hardest I’ve ever done; I almost turned back both in London and Chicago. The last few weeks have been the toughest of my family’s life. Luckily for us we … Continue reading

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