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Cory's Dakar Tour 2015 – Bolivia Motors Tour
With the plan for our big Antarctic to Arctic adventure set in motion it was easy to add on a visit to the Dakar in Bolivia. I had to pick up my Bolivian based BMW F800 GS anyway.
I arrived in Cochabamba at 4:30 am on 29 December and proceeded to prepare the bike for its next life. In particular the installation of the Garmin 660 GPS and Baehr inter-com. Four days disappeared really quickly ...
... congestive what I have a little know about way back to Sucre.
After 3PM, finally the raining stop and the partly Sunny come up.
On the way to the Cine Center, more modern locate...I glimpsed there have a TGIF...I was mood to eat the America food. I picked a Jack Daniel's Simpler (two ribs, chicken fingers, and shrimps). That's ******* the deliciously plus pint of Taquilla and bottle of Paulsner beer from ...
... I move closer, they object more (usually with cursing), and then I turn it off, the spell is broken, and we meander on outside. We do this every week :) Most of the boys are totally great, we exchange fist bumps, pretend to fight each other, and always love to make fun of the gringita (that would be me).
When I first started here, there was only a small ...
... after the girls followed and there was a huge soccer game, girls vs. boys. It was very fun but difficult at times as we had trouble not stepping on the very little kids who were trying to play as well. Geoff loves to talk to the kids and try to teach them soccer phrases in English.
The walks to work are pretty interesting and beautiful as well, sometimes we see cows close to the edge of the road or even sheep in the middle of the road. The mountains in ...
An overnight bus ride away from Santa Cruz, I arrived in Cochabamba, where I watched in a public viewing how both England as well as Spain were kicked out of the competition. Although I had always anticipated that all South Americans would be crazy about football, I was quite disappointed to see that most Bolivians were not as enthusiastic about the games as I had ...
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