|10-15-2011, 10:30 AM||#16|
Joined: Jun 2009
this was the last day.
we left Bariloche by noon, got somes problems with the engine and once we solved we rode towars west , to Chile
sames panoramics with ashes
we crossed the border and the panorama was not diferent
when we arrived to lake Puyehue we could see The active volcano, and ther we catched a heavy rain for the next 2 and last hours of driving
LOOKS LIKE FALL SEASON BUT IT IS NOT, IT S JUST LEAVES BURNED BY THE ASHES
CAULLE COLCANIC CHAIN
THE LAST PICTURES BEFORE ARRIVE OUR DAUGHTER S HOUSE.
WE WERE WET BUT VERY HAPPY AFTER THIS 7 DAYS OF RIDE THROUGH CHILE AND ARGENTINA. FINALLY WE RODE 2600 KMS , WE HAD RAIN , WIND , ASHES , FUEL TROUBLES, MECHANICS PROBLEMS,
WE FOUND NICE PEOPLE IN ARGENTINA , WE ARE STILL HAPPY AND PLANNING THE NEXT TRIP
HOPE YOU HAVE ENJOYED
|10-16-2011, 12:41 AM||#17|
The Kanto Pain
Joined: Jul 2009
Location: Château d'If
|11-28-2011, 06:12 AM||#18|
Joined: Apr 2007
Location: Under the Texas Sun
IceRider sent me a link to your ride report. Good job.
Really enjoyed your fotos and story. Am looking forward to riding myself in Chile and Argentina next month.
Question: Is the ash slippery to ride on when dry? When wet? Do the tires lose traction when the road is covered with ash?
Second question: Do motorcycle have to pay a fee to ride the toll roads in Chile? In Argentina? Of not, what is the procedure for by passing the toll booth?
Si prefieras, puedes responder en Español.
Gracias por la informacion.
Muy bueno su viaje. Tengo ganas de conocer su pais.
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