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Old 11-26-2007, 08:52 PM   #61
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Originally Posted by achesley
Man, what a different approach to a trip report from Mexico. Love it. I guess I'll be looking at some of these tour guide services in a few years when I retire and hopefully, can still ride my bikes. Guess I need to start studying Spanish ASAP.
Thanks for the effort to bring this to us.

Andy, don't wait to go to Alaska or Mexico. Your 650 or 1150 will be the perfect bike.

Your first dream is Alaska. Go find Shoganai's trip report on her trip there. You'll be on autopilot after reading that.

I became friends with a guy your age this trip, and he and I and a few others are going it alone in Mexico in the spring of '08 (which is right around the corner). We'll take care of you.

I have some spanish training stuff getting ready to be deployed in this thread, but let me tell you now, knowledge of spanish can change the way your ride in Mexico goes over. The satisfaction factor goes up exponentially.

Come with us! Vamanos!!!!!!

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