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Old 12-12-2012, 07:03 AM   #556
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4 for 2

In my case, I guess it was 4 for 2 LOL

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2 for 1 night..............every night

In my case, I guess it was 4 for 2 LOL


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Old 12-12-2012, 07:14 AM   #557
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yup

Hey Ed, your right about that scooter your borrowing,
Kev has done some cool tricks on it....how is the rumble-toe Bro?

Not surprised about your lingering in Puerto Angel/ Zip.
Pure magic.

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Old 12-12-2012, 07:34 AM   #558
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I am glad

Ed

I am glad it just the battery
You sure know how to party..................
I
Reading your report make me want to jump on my bike and heading down south.......
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Old 12-12-2012, 07:52 AM   #559
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Hey Wayne......good to hear from you
Trust me...............there are times I am thinking that this RTW trip will turn in to a one way trip to Puerto Angel and just stay here
But I am actually doing some research to see where I am off to next
I have some Inca and Aztec ruins to discover and some volcanos to climb
And I am bonding with the scooter. I just hope it doesn't re-bell and toss me off the high side doing my powerslides
And what is a rumble tow?
Next time I want you, Kevin and Terry here. Wouldn't that be a blast. How long do you think it would be before someone wound up in the hospital????
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Hey Ed, your right about that scooter your borrowing,
Kev has done some cool tricks on it....how is the rumble-toe Bro?

Not surprised about your lingering in Puerto Angel/ Zip.
Pure magic.

have fun,
Wayne
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Old 12-12-2012, 07:56 AM   #560
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That is the point I am trying to make
Anyone can do this
All you need to do is jump on your bike to get here
This place is real and it exists. It's not a place that only exists in books and stories.
It is waiting.
I am proof
I am here
And it is everything I was hoping it would be and more
Ok, gotta go hit the waves


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Ed

I am glad it just the battery
You sure know how to party..................
I
Reading your report make me want to jump on my bike and heading down south.......
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Old 12-12-2012, 06:34 PM   #561
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One the hardest things that I have ever had to do, but I am leaving paradise Friday and continue my journey
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Old 12-12-2012, 09:43 PM   #562
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I am ready SCUBALONG...! Let's GO! Damn those beaches look GOOD!
Keep up the great coastal reports Ed (BTW, are you Dutch too?)
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Old 12-13-2012, 06:12 AM   #563
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OTE=hankgs;20238278]I am ready SCUBALONG...! Let's GO! Damn those beaches look GOOD!
Keep up the great coastal reports Ed (BTW, are you Dutch too?)[/QUOTE]

Not really Dutch
I got the name from an opera by Richard Wagner
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Old 12-13-2012, 07:56 AM   #564
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beach report

In Hualtalco Mexico,there are several little beach communities to check out and each has its own personality
Here in Puerto Angel, where I am staying, it is mostly a working town wiyh a little beach and proteected bay. The fishermen go out each morning to catch fresh fish each day. There are lots of little taco stands, some restaurants and some markets to buy stuff. It mainly caters to the lovals which means prices are good. There are not many tourist here which I kind of like.
Then the next beach down is Zipolite. It is the biggest beach here and has the most places to sta and eat. You can rent a room dor as little as fout dollars a night up to about a hundred. it also has sort of a night life on the main street in town.

the next beach down it is called San augustillo. it is the smallest beach here but it is also 1 of the prettiest. there are plenty of places to stay right on the water. the prices maybe a little bit higher than Zipolite but it has more charm and is more laid back. I found 1 hotel right on the water had rooms at 20 dollars a night.
the next beach down is called Muzunte. this speech is a combination of the 2 other beaches. it was 1 of my favorites. all 3 beaches had a hippie clientele. people came from all around the world to frolic on these beaches. I met people from Italy Argentina and Uruguay. I think most of the Americans are afraid to come down here but I see no reason why. I have never sent any sort of danger why traveling to Mexico. but I like to make up stories how I am most got killed by the Bandidos to keep other people away from spoiling my favorite beaches. so please stay away this town is very dangerous and you'll probably be killed if you come here. I will gladly sacrifice my life so I can bring you the pictures and stories from the comfort of your own home
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Old 12-13-2012, 08:02 AM   #565
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I am testing out my voice recognition typing feature on my phone so if you see some typos and things dont always make sense, its not the tequila.
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Old 12-13-2012, 12:26 PM   #566
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Is the GS to complicated??

With regards to the discussion “is the bmeer too complicated” I say no. My support is the logic that you are on an adventure and part of that adventure is a machine. If you have problems with the machine you deal with it just like having problems with the language or the accommodations or the weather. You may finish this adventure and have a completely new adventure riding the same route on a Ducati or a Honda Transalp. It is a feature of the trip and there is no right or wrong decision. Just my 2 cents. I look forward every day to reading the updates. Keep it up! May the road always be interesting and the saddle forgiving!
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Old 12-13-2012, 02:49 PM   #567
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I am ready SCUBALONG...! Let's GO! Damn those beaches look GOOD!
I am free this Christmas shut down We might not catching up with Ed but I am sure we can be half way down to Cabo.
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Old 12-13-2012, 07:39 PM   #568
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I am free this Christmas shut down We might not catching up with Ed but I am sure we can be half way down to Cabo.
I am "FREE" from Jan 16th- maybe a month!!!!

Ed, Thanks for the great beach wisdom, that is what I am looking for and it sounds like a very doable 3 week trip
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Old 12-13-2012, 07:42 PM   #569
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Food

Food is always a big part of traveling. Trying new things and revisiting old things.
I when ton the local meat market where I bought that really good filet mignon tenderlion and got some hamburger meat. This is the result. It is on a fresh bagel bun with cheese and tomato. It also has avocado and fresh tomato.
And yes it was muy bueno!

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Old 12-13-2012, 07:43 PM   #570
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