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Old 03-03-2010, 11:44 AM   #14
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Location: Munich, Germany
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Wink Time to say goodbye...

Woke up on a wonderful monday morning. We were cooking coffee, made some
tea, and began to pack our stuff. We had more with us, than needed but this
is no surprise. Our luggage got nice stickers of the island (the heads with the
bandana) and eventually we were prepared to go to the ferry.

Wolfi and Joerg had a small problem with the Tenere engine.

We decided to split up, Wolfi and Joerg were going to the mountains and
look for some gravelroads, we were following another (on the gps unit it
is a scenic route to some smaller lakes) route to Golfo Aranci. We came to
a blocked road, so we had to take a much longer route to the ferry but the
gps said, we would be there in time.

When we arrived at the harbour, we saw our ship in the sunset and had enough
time for dinner. We got 5 pizzas to take away and sat in the harbour and were
looking back to the hills where we came from. We had a nice 200 km trip from
the camping place to the port and were a little sad, that we will leave sardegna
in an hour.

Onboard the bikes were secured and we went up to the decks with our sleeping
bags and tankbags. A few coffee, coke, cigarettes later, the ferry left
sardegna and we were on our way. We were talking for hours about the
todays trip of each group and all of us were in common, we have to plan
our next trip to the island in spring.

Time to go to "bed" at around 01:00 am. In only 6 hours we will be in
Livorno and the 750 km trip to Munich will start.

RideReports - mostly Europe
The Grossglockner HighAlpine Street / Austria RideReport // 2009
How Nightmarion became an ADVRider a RR from Slovenia, Croatia and Italy 2009
Sardinia, the Italian beauty in fall 2009
A country a day keeps the boredom away, Ride Report / Slovenia, Croatia, Italy, Austria, Germany Aug 2010

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