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Old 08-24-2013, 08:54 AM   #1636
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Hi TMK's, have just caught up on your RR and accolades to you for having such grit. Loved the Panama Canal story, I can appreciate the engineering fascination.

Ellen, what an amazing woman you are! It's just fantastic what you have achieved so far and how you have stood up to injury and trials. Hold your head high.

Looking forward to SA.
Heya Balanda, seriously cool words man and really appreciated, it is not all beer and skittles but pretty close

Yes the drawcard like Panama Canal we love but the bigger unknowns with beautiful places and cool vistas etc really make your day, trick is to have no expectations or plans so it always works well.

Ellen is a soldier, we have both been through some hard times but from a womans perspective it may be harder at times with blokes always being a bit more gruff.

More to come with South America.

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Old 08-24-2013, 09:06 AM   #1637
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Stahlratte Day 3

Yet again my typing will get lost so only a brief description of what was happening

Rain on the horizon with a local Kuna boat



An island under a spotlight of sun amidst a cover of rain clouds



People up the crows nest



A cool firey sunset



Last of the sun going down

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Old 08-24-2013, 09:39 AM   #1638
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Stahlratte Day 4

Ok. last day on the Stahlratte, a selection of photos from early morning to night, today was a sailing day only.

This is my stunned mullet 5.30 am I need my coffee look



Sails up we are off!!!



Would you trust this man knowing he has only had one coffee




The Stahlratte heart beating away .... she runs sweet



Camera starting playing up again



Twice ... must get that fixed



Things are looking up



Our final sunset on the Stahlratte, no disappointment either



Cartagena here we come, f i n a l l y we make it to South America, long time coming after bike trouble, Ellens accident, then my accident, thank you to the gods of motorcycling and travel to get us too here plus or minus in one piece.

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Old 08-24-2013, 09:47 AM   #1639
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oh man i need to be there. Those were fantastic pictures. Thanks
you seen to be gaining ballast and losing freeboard though. Too much easy living.
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Old 08-24-2013, 11:49 AM   #1640
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oh man i need to be there. Those were fantastic pictures. Thanks
you seen to be gaining ballast and losing freeboard though. Too much easy living.
Yer we have had a few nice feeds........plus a few rums

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Old 08-24-2013, 04:36 PM   #1641
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Cartagena

(in third person stalker voice) Welcome to America Sur Mr & Mrs Delis, we have waiting for you .... a long time

Finishing with the Stahlratte we set to getting our immigration and customs sorted out and help Oliver with a new tube etc.

After Olivers blowout x 2 we needed a new front tube and he wanted a front and rear so off to the local we go, it was hot and carrying a rear transalp wheel in the heat was an effort.

Here is a picture of dedication



.... or maybe despair



Wheel was fitted back on on the Stahlratte ready for unloading the next day.

Anxious moments for the owner ....



No worries, the boys have never lost a bike yet ... or so they told us



Maya almost onto terra firma



Bikes on land and owners relieved, thanks to Ludwig and crew, no stuffing about and very well done indeed.



Ludwig uses a helper, to be fair he was not very helpful and stuffed everything up, everyones bike were yellow and black, passport numbers were wrong, VIN numbers were wrong.

On top of that a sloth would win a running race against him, we did get finished and sorted but after some WTF moments and all leaving with ill feelings so not good, I will add that he is very separate from Ludwigs operation.

Next was our insurance, because the helper stuffed us up and made us late we arrived late at the insurance office and Friday afternoon, beginning of a long weekend they were not enthused but we managed to get everything sorted about 5 minutes after closing time.

Bikes and us all legal we went to the Hostel, we had booked in at Marmallena and being straight the owner is not a nice guy, the price for the room was advertised at one price then they tried to charge us another, that got sorted, I would NOT recommend Marmallena Cartegena to anyone, the one in Panama however was great .

This was the only cool thing about the hostel, this fella, he could talk more Spanish than us


Next day we clocked out and went around the corner, cheaper, air cond, wifi etc and friendly owners.

While in Cartagena we washed the motos thoroughly, Ludwigs crew did a great job covering them then when we rode into town from the boat to find 100 mm deep seawater on the streets for upward of 600 meters at a time.

Taking in the sights over the weekend, the was one of the main attractions in Cartagena



Yes that is a horse in the park having a munch, there were three of them





Some brightly coloured buildings



Monday was D day to leave and head north with Oliver and Heather .... more then
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Cartagena to Taganga

Monday morning, day of riots, unrest and protests about the southern mines, we were advised against leaving because of roadblocks etc, we left anyway and had no issues whatsoever, the hotsposts were a long way from us and semed to be southern Colombian based.

First stop was the mud volcano, really cool and seriously buoyant ..... no way you could drown in it cos you can't sink, Oliver and Heather were first in.



Then we piled in beside them



The traffic was getting heavier so time to hop out .... 20 years younger as well .... and yes that lady in the left hand corner does have big boobs



Oliver ... .scruffy bastid



Heather ... nice tan



Me...scruffier bastid



Ellen .. from yello to brown



After bathing in mud and having a spot of lunch we headed to destination, Taganga a small diving based town, neat place, gravel streets, swimming and walking with a bit of rum drinking thrown in.

Oliver and Heather on their Transalp



And yes it was hot

Oliver scuffing the fan



We spent two night here with Oliver and Heather before leaving them as they were sticking around to do some scuba diving.
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Taganga The Big Day Out

So, nice place, great weather, togs, shoes, hat.

We walked around from the main bay round to the neighbouring bays, found ourselves a nice small beach free of humans.

Such a nice day but the water must be corrosive and our togs fell off .... ... didn't know her bum was so white



Taganga from the track



The intrepid asian explorer going where no man has even been before



One of the spendie resorts



Flash resorts tucked in here



Some very nice spots



Small islands dot the coast

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Thumb Hi Andi & Ellen

A good RR. Nice shot. Your report give a very good detail of events happening. Very cheerful couple , i must say. the main thing is to enjoy.
I like the "Buoyant in the MUd" photos. So the Mud hole is at the top of a hill, i guess?
Keep the good work.
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A good RR. Nice shot. Your report give a very good detail of events happening. Very cheerful couple , i must say. the main thing is to enjoy.
I like the "Buoyant in the MUd" photos. So the Mud hole is at the top of a hill, i guess?
Keep the good work.
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Heya azhar, thanks for your kind comments, we just write it as we see it.

The mud volcano is probably only 20 metres high, the pit is in the cone and they have boxed it out and put ladders etc to get in and out.

The mud is hundreds of meters deep according to those in the know, you cannot touch the bottom and it is impossible to sink .. weird feeling
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After Olivers blowout x 2 we needed a new front tube and he wanted a front and rear so off to the local we go, it was hot and carrying a rear transalp wheel in the heat was an effort.









damn....now i'm hooked. the adventure just got better.

andi, sorry to hear your camera is acting up... i think it's fine....


i met oliver at death valley in 2011





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we know this guy!

damn....now i'm hooked. the adventure just got better.

andi, sorry to hear your camera is acting up... i think it's fine....

i met oliver at death valley in 2011

we wish you guys safe travel.
Heya Joel, its a small world eh.

He is a nice guy, poor bugga had tube issues badly.

Thanks for your well wishes
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Taganga To El Banco

Leaving Taganga we headed off to El Banco, a small town on a monster river.

The ride was uneventful other than the road being laden with buses and trucks so we spent most of our day overtaking.

Arriving at El Banco it was nearly 40 degs and sticky, luckily we managed to bag a room with AC again so that was a life saver after Taganga.

Maya created a LOT of interest with a swarm of small motos around her with Colombian faces in awe, it was really cool.

One guy hopped on her (I said he could) and his face lit up and he didn’t want to get off onto his little moto.

For weeks I had been trying to get a piece of metal for our POV camera, finally we manage to find a place, they had alloy angle and the guy cut it, drilled it and gave it to us gratis .... I like this town.

New sunnies were next on the list, right next door was huge selection of glasses so I got some polarized ones, end of an era for the blue ones but I later discovered the 3D effect with the pinlock .

That evening when were returned the hotel owner said an Ozzie had come in to see us after seeing Maya, just then Michael an Irish guy living in Oz appeared again so we all went out for a bite and chat swapping information and scribbling on maps.

We returned to his lodgings across the road from us, he is on 30 year anniversary F800GS ... me likey a lot

Next morning we headed out for breaky, eggs and ariba with coffee, set us up for what turned into a very long day.

To start ..... the road

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Reflection Time - The Centro America Sum Up And The Heart Speaks

First off, crossing the US border into Mexico is seriously dangerous as you will be subjected to great food, friendly people and so much to see and do ... so be careful....you have been warned.

And having said that, in the nearly 4 months we were in Mexico we only scratched it, we could very easily spend another year or more floating around taking it in.

Mexico for us as you know we had a trip changing event of Ellens crash which lead to the purchase of Maya, although not a smooth transaction on that with a very deceitful seller we now have the bugs ironed out, last thing for me to get my head to accept is the valve check then I will be 100 % happy in my mind.

Maya is now solid (barring the valve check which should come up good) and is taking us to places we could have only imagined, within our ride report you will have read all about these places but remember you guys really only get the highlights of the happenings, if I wrote about everything to date we would never be able to ride again and you would be bored shitless....and I might be in jail.

The ADV people that we met, Steve, Jim, Spencer, Gary, you guys all rock and made our trip so much better, Gary we blame you for liking Mexico city, something I thought I would never say.

Mexico, you get the big tick as a must do and I would recommend it to anyone....even Americans, is there trouble ...yes ... name a country that does not?, will you find trouble? ONLY if you look for it or be complacent, we did not feel threatened once and the police actually went beyond their call of duty for us and NOT once asked for money or a bribe, have chat with them with a smile .... they are human too.

Ok, Cuba, having time to look reflect back on our experience we very much echo the same sentiments as Gene and Neda (lightcycle), while we really enjoyed Cuba for its differentness it also wore us down with people just saying give me money, it really took the shine off it and it is far from eco friendly as they label themselves, step away from the tourist areas to the local area and pretty much they are living in their own rubbish dump.

One thing we have established is they (anyone) can be poor but there is no need for them to live in a cesspit of their own rubbish which they do, they go out of their way to buy that bottle of coke but they won’t go out of the way to dispose of it properly but will just biff it on the ground, same for everything, wrappers, paper anything they don’t want.

Would we go to Cuba again?, I would say no there are plenty of other places to explore and having had a good look from Alaska down to Cuba I would go back to anywhere Mexico north before going to Cuba again.

So, Cuba, 1/2 a tick and that box is ticked and can be archived.

Belice, not as expensive as people say, english speaking (easy for us gringo types) and cool places to visit, it was different to what we expected or envisaged but for the better, we thoroughly enjoyed our time there and will go back for more, particularly for diving and snorkeling.

We have to thank Sjoerd Bakker too for some great tips, again something from someone who can make your trip better, thanks man.

Belice gets the big tick and offers a lot more than you think, you just have to get off the main drag and enjoy it, pretty much the same in every country.

Guatemala, even though I broke 4 ribs and was laid up for a bit I cannot speak highly enough of the place, there is only a few places on our trip so far that can honestly say I could live there, Antigua, Guatemala is one of them, I will note here we are NOT unhappy with where we live which is not the short straw, www.wanaka.co.nz

We spent a total of just over 3 months in Guatemala, 6 weeks for broken ribs but we also made good use of that time including GC which was surprising good, Ellen did NOT want to go to GC after seeing Guatemalan Police program on TV in New Zealand!!!.

A huge thanks to Julio and Luisa, also to Juan in Xela for a boys day out and getting lost ....we need to do that again!!!!

Semuc Champey ....wow, Flores ... very nice, Volcan Pacaya ... stunning, Antigua ... so much more to offer that the gringo main square, get out and look around.

Julio ... careful mate we might be your new neighbour

Guatemala gets the double tick and we will definitely be back, there is so much to explore it is unreal, also a very active country geologically which is something that interests me greatly.

Ok, next on the chopping block, El Salvador, to me this sits side by side with Guatemala (because it does) as far as big ticks goes, we really loved El Salvador which for a lot of travellers seems to be a blast through and carry on country, there is so much to see and do, beautiful roads fit for Moto GP and adventure riding galore, scenery everywhere.

Our experience like all the above was enhanced by the locals and fello ADVers, they make the stay so much better with local info you cannot buy on GPS or maps.

Will we be back?, hell yeah, Mario you will have to put up with us again down the track so based on that it gets the double tick too.

Huge thanks to Mario, the finca, the bike oil, the company, ... outstanding.

Honduras, we did the double border day like most, although we had no issues whatsoever we have heard of many who have although all our paperwork is pristine and spot on so it does take some heat out of the argument although we did not see one single police person the whole day, even at the borders I just pulled the piss out of the money changers and played with them, turned their pressure cooker approach into a big giggle, right or wrong approach I don’t know but it worked well for me.

Same with the famous Jose and his brother Ronnie, big smiles and no thanks, play on his words make them larf while making him realize there wasn’t a cent for him from us, no problem.....a big smile is worth a lot of chatter!!!!

I have my reservations but I would still like to see Honduras now knowing half their police force was sacked from corruption as they try and tidy their act up for travellers and tourists, will we get there, I will say yes as we will be back to Belice, Guatemala and El Salvador, although this area is border heavy they really are not that bad when armed with water and a smile .

Nicaragua, another place we loved .. although small Ometepe Island was really cool, again the fello ADVers made our stay better having a good look around, there is a lot there to explore and I now know we did NOT allow enough time so we will be back there too, Nicaragua gets the big tick too.

Huge thanks to Jurgen, Aaron, Daniel and Salavdor for making our stay so cool.

Costa Rica, beautiful, very nice people and great place, again with committing to the Stahlratte date we felt we didn't have quite enough time to really get into the depths of it so I for one would love to have a better look so coming back to Central America it is on the list to complete, Costa Rica also gets the big tick.

Panama, ground hog day with timing, great place and I would love to have more of a look like Costa Rica, I did however get to see the Panama Canal in action so for me that really ticked that box however there is much more to see and do.

Another huge thanks to Norm for hosting us and helping get new front rubber for Maya.

Conclusion

Our honest opinion is that Central America (plus and including Mexico) is a great place and seriously well worth spending a lot of time in, having spent nearly 9 months in total there we feel we have only seen enough to make us want to go back, we believe it is unfairly tagged as very dangerous.

Rainy season ... the Central American thunder and lightning storms from rainy season provide a magnificent display virtually every day, don’t be afraid of rainy season cos it is still very warm even when you get dumped on, most storms are over and done quickly.

In New Zealand you freeze ya balls off if it rains so this was very pleasant for us, in fact it was a nice reprieve from the heat, also this is called winter time so if you don’t want super duper heat then May, June, July, August is your time to come through.

So to sum up if you have any reservations about anywhere south of the US border chuck them in the rubbish tin cos you won’t need them, think about what you want to do and see and get into it....ouwh and allow plenty of time.

The Central American people across the board are just normal people living their normal lives and despite what the US news (sorry US based ADVers) ((but this is our heart speaks)) (((so all is discussed openly))) ((((we still love the US too)))) would portray is they are all bandits, thugs, thieves and lowlifes .... this is very very wrong....well until we got their

Although not quite Central America our only “so so” place was Cuba which is a frustrating place for many reasons but I am not one for politics etc and I don’t want to be, politics is only one aspect of our “so so” including the “give me money” multiple times daily in your face everyday, in the end you just want to tell them to fuck off but you feel you have to be nice to them .......ARGH (insert multiple Headbangs here) ...shame it has to be like that

Ok, that is our sum up and how we see it after experiencing it first hand, good bad and otherwise, others have different experiences and different approaches to us however this is team TMKs record of events which across the board have left us with a big smile looking over Central America.

Finishing Central America was then capped off by the Stahlratte experience ... we heard good things so we had good expectations and these were exceeded in 10 fold.

For the sailing, make the time, make new mates, make new travel companions, make the trip on the Stahlratte you won’t regret it, thanks Ludwig and crew.

.....now we are off to cause trouble in South America
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