20.000 Km

20.000 Km

It’s been another good ride. Hotter. Slower. Tasty. From freezing up in the Sierra Nevada we are now in Panama, in 10.000 more Kilometers. We’ve met people, we’ve met people with big hearts and smiles. Mexicans, Guatemaltecos, other bikers, other tourists.

We’ve crossed California from north to south, down in the Baja California in Mexico, to mainland on a ferry, and deeply inside Mexico until we arrived in Central America, in Guatemala. What a ride already!

On a boat in the majestic Sumidero Canyon, where we started getting worried about the heat…

We refreshed in the mountains of west Guatemala for a while, before riding east with the crazy idea of entering the jungle by foot for a 5 days insane adventure. And the heat started being more and more worrying…

And after crossing Honduras in two days, spending Xmas in Nicaragua and a couple of days in expensive Costa Rica the heat seems to be our main issue!

This is what can happen in 10.000 Km on a little motorcycle…

Bear Valley, Sonoma Valley, Napa Valley, Armstrong Redwood national park, Jenner, Highway 1 coast, San Francisco, San Jose, Santa Cruz, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, Hollywood, Mulholland Drive, San Diego

 

Tijuana, Baja California, La Paz, Espinazo del Diabolo, Durango, Zacatecas, Puebla, Oaxaca and Chapas

 

La Mesilla border cross, Guatemala, Atitlan Lake, Antigua, El mirador, Tikal, Honduras, Nicaragua and Costa Rica

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3 Comments

  1. Guédon 02/01/2016
    Reply

    Bonjour Soph et Mass
    Heureux de lire vos aventures en effet, nos messages sont peut-être silencieux mais çà n’enlève rien à la pensée toujours présente ainsi qu’à l’admiration de vos convictions. Maman vient de voir sur un reportage tv que des inondations seraient prévues en Amérique Latine(Pérou) à cause du phénomène “el nino” donc une recommandation de prudence Bisous Papa Maman

    • Massimo 02/01/2016
      Reply

      Merci Serge et Nani!

      Il est très important de savoir que vous pensez que vous êtes positif et nous aidera à arriver en Argentine (si il ya un bateau qui nous emmène en Colombie).
      Un câlin!

  2. Sophie 04/01/2016
    Reply

    Ca sent la traduction google quand meme un peu Mass là…mais vous aurez compris le sens je pense! Merci pour le message effectivement. Savoir que vous nous suivez, lisez, et supportez a fond, c’est super. Merci. On fera attention a El Nino, pas de pbm. ON cherche toujours a passer en Colombie…En attendant, gros bisous. Alors le “câlin” de Massi j’imagine c’est une embrassade…(hug en anglais ou abbracio en italien) je sais pas trop en fait tient comment on dirait en français….instit’?

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