26. August 2017
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While getting closer to Panama I also got closer to the date where the Steelrat picks up their service between Panama and Colombia again. After cancelling my...
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It’s been a while since I last posted here. A lot (or not) has happened in the meantime. Ever since I left Guatemala heading towards Panama I started to...
17. May 2017
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I am at El Amatillo, the border from El Salvador to Honduras. While I scan my phone for possible destinations for the easter weekend I slowly melt away in...
20. April 2017
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I’m sitting in Antigua Guatemala waiting for a delivery looking at the clock ticking and having my CA-4 Visa and Guatemala TIP slowly run out. I’m...
5. March 2017
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The Road to Antigua
I didn’t want to spend much time in Guatemala. After visiting Guatemala city to get some parts for my bike I didn’t even want...
11. February 2017
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Palenque. Patrick, my swiss rider buddy, hops on his bike to head towards the Yucatan. I’m staying back, on my own again. I found some 10W-40 motorcycle...
15. January 2017
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Popocatépetl, with 5426m asl it’s Mexico’s second highest peak. But located just in between Mexico City and Puebla, it certainly is the most...
5. December 2016
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I arrive later than I thought in San Miguel de Allende. Fortunately I already have a place to stay set up. I got in touch with Mike, an american who himself was...
1. December 2016
I open my OSM maps and see that great winding road going through the mountains in a rather direct fashion from Guanajuato to San Miguel de Allende. It says it...
30. October 2016
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So I am safely "delivered" by my biker friends in Guanajuato. Gunajajuato is a UNESCO world heritage site in the middle of the mountains squeezed in between the...
15. October 2016
For us europeans we have always referred to Mexico by using the words Siesta and Fiesta a lot. Typically when we think of Siesta we have the picture of a...
10. October 2016
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As I enter Guadalajara I have Rodrigo's words in my head: "It's a small city anyways". But lanesplitting my way in between cars and on the dirt shoulder through...