Finding Freedom...World Wide Ride

Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by BcDano, Jul 19, 2012.

  1. Saralou

    Saralou Worldwide Rider

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    We visited the Joya de Cera archeological site.


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    It is known as the Pompeii of Central America. The site was covered in volcanic mud and ash at least 14 times, beginning around 260 A.D, with the last recorded around 600 A.D. It was discovered by accident in 1976


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    There is also a small museum here housing displays explaining the discovery, excavation, and conservation of the site. There are a number of artifacts on display as well.


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    We were lucky to see the national bird of El Salvador, which has amazing tail feathers.


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    Back at casa Lecha we applied our new stickers as an homage to Katja and Jens who have all their stickers in the same locations on their two bikes.


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  2. GuateRider

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    How sweet the partner look :poser:poser:poser
  3. Saralou

    Saralou Worldwide Rider

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    Almost as cute as baby turtles!!! :rofl
  4. Saralou

    Saralou Worldwide Rider

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    The next day we rode up to the Devil’s door. On the way we stopped at the picturesque village of Panchimalco with it’s all white church.


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    You can see the Devil’s door above us on the hillside.


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    I took the opportunity to trial all 3 bikes, the 800 GS, the R1200, and the 1200 adventure as a pillion. Mario you win for ride comfort and view.


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    La Puerta del Diablo´s main atraction is a 360° panoramic view of half of El Salvador. From here you can see San Salvador, Lake Ilopango, the city of Cojutepeque and the towering volcano of San Vicente. You will see most of the central coastline of El Salvador from this spot 1,131 meters above sea level.


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    Later we stopped at a local motocross accessory shop to check out the gear.


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  5. marior97

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    Hola Sara y Daniel , hope border crossings today werent that bad , it was great riding and hanging out with you guys , take care a have a Flor de Cana with Orvar in Nicaragua !!

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  6. Saralou

    Saralou Worldwide Rider

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    No issues, but we did start a bit late.....Ja Ja Ja post to follow.



    Thanks for EVERYTHING!!! See you in Vancouver.


    Sara
  7. Saralou

    Saralou Worldwide Rider

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    Now finally the beach. We spent an amazing day at the beach north of El Zonte. We had a cabana for shade.

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    The sea is like bath water.


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    We enjoyed ceviche and sopa de mariscos. We also tried an El Salvador treat cheese puffs and salsa.


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    There were all kinds of shenanigans including mud fights and interpretive dance.


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    There is a nice pool here too.


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    The only way to end a day at the beach! Drive thru burgers.


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  8. Saralou

    Saralou Worldwide Rider

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    Worldwideride and the GSSWEDE spent the last few days in El Salvador living it up. with MFF (Mario, Fernanda, and Fernandita)


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    Happy Valentines Everyone!


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    Fernanda wanted to take us to her favorite quiche pizza place. The décor includes Elvis posters, taxidermy, and Chinese paper lanterns.


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    The pizza however is amazing and the beer mug is so cold that the beer ices when you pour it in.


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    We had the “crazy pizza” with a rainbow of toppings, but the secret is the delicious tomato salsa you put on top.


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    Carlos at the Barracuda showed us a great time on Friday night and he makes a mean caprina.


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    Orvar even got into the action behind the bar as the master blender.


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    You have to love a place where they label the bottle with your name for when you come back.


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  9. decodent

    decodent CyberGypsy

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    Great pics. But that swoop on the dance floor is priceless!

    (Staying inspired with your journey ... keep those posts coming!)

    ~Doug
  10. marior97

    marior97 marior97

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    Sara y Daniel, bonitas fotos de EL Salvador !!:clap:clap:clap
    seems we did more partying than riding with you guys :freaky
    promise to ride some more next time !:lol3
    Saludos hasta Nicaragua
  11. Saralou

    Saralou Worldwide Rider

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    Thanks Doug your comments always make me smile!!!



    Mario ride party ride party repeat!!! We will ride with you in BC and show you our favorite routes.




    Julio miss you guys!




    Sara
  12. Saralou

    Saralou Worldwide Rider

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    We set out to ride the tunnels along the coast road. This is a curvy road with 5 tunnels.


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    We liked it so much we turned around and rode it back again before a stop for a snack.


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    We had such a good time at the Barracuda we went back for lunch the next day of Oysters and champagne.


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    They make these really good margarita azul with blue curacao.


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    The seafood was amazing.


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    Orvar was so jealous of our touratech pannier system, that he bought a set from Mario at Motorider. The only problem was to get his old ones home to Sweden for his other bike. Well in the end was no problem at all.


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  13. Saralou

    Saralou Worldwide Rider

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  14. GuateRider

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    You worked hard for it...now you are becoming famous :evil:evil:evil
  15. Saralou

    Saralou Worldwide Rider

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    Sadly we had to leave our “home” in Salvador, because Fernandita we have to head south again.


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    We left early for the border, but Mario's lure of “do you want to try the new road” led us off track for an epic ride thru the hills and left us 90 min behind schedule on our dual border day.


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    I have been dreading the Honduras crossing for months. We had heard it was the “worst crossing in the world” and a bureaucratic nightmare. Ride reports are full of stories of how people are stopped by police every 20 km of the 150 plus crossing to pay trumped up fines costing hundreds of dollars. Mario did say that the police problem had been cleared up in the last year. We did here that it was easier at the customs on Sundays as that eliminated travel to the bank to pay fees that you can then just pay at the border.


    We started our day from San Salvador at 730 on a sunny, but very windy day. Reaching the first check to exit El Salvador and cancel the vehicle import at 1135 we were directed by a nice policeman where to park.


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    “Helpers” then mobbed us. The policeman came over and very slowly in Spanish explained exactly where to go and where and how many copies we needed to get. That got rid of our offers for “help”.


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    He also told us to drive 3.5 km to the border, and not to stop at the dome building before there that looks like it is the border. Daniel had printed off detailed and very accurate instructions from the net at http://www.liferemotely.com/trip-shenanigans/trip-information/186-border-crossings


    Getting our El Salvador exit stamp.


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    Crossing the river to Honduras.


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    The helpers may also tell you that you need to change money with them, because you cannot get any local currency and they do not take US dollars in Nicaragua. There is an ATM at the Nicaraguan aduana that dispenses Cordoba and USD. Plus everyone takes USD in Nicaragua.


    Crossing the bridge into Honduras you are stopped by an official who asks for your passport and directs you to park at the customs building.


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    The guys then headed to immigration while customs was at lunch.


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    They also made several trips across the bridge to Salvador to get copies, because the power was out in Honduras.


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    My job as usual was to stay in the shade and watch the bikes.


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    There is such a lot of bureaucracy here, but just grin and bear it and maybe have some Flora.


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    So this is the pile of paper they make with your 5 copies of everything.


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    Daniel is checking the VIN numbers on the transit permits as there have been stories of people getting charged a lot of $ on exiting the country if the VIN on your import is “incorrect”.


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    Finally the transit import permits! Now we have 24 hours to get to Nicaragua, luckily we only need 2.


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    We left the Honduras crossing at 230 despite having arrived there at lunch when they are closed and that the wind had knocked out the power so everything was done by hand. So not too bad actually.


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    Next post we ride across Honduras to cross to Nicaragua
  16. huzar

    huzar Pastor of Muppets

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    Is there some sort of difficulty in getting longer TVIPs for Honduras, or did you simply not plan on riding there, hence the 24-hour transit permit? :ear
  17. GuateRider

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    Good to see that you guys had another easy border crossing; like I told you, it's all about having the right attitude :D
  18. Saralou

    Saralou Worldwide Rider

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    We did not plan to ride in Honduras. We did not do the Copan route that many people do to get to Nicaragua, as we really wanted to see El Salvador. Plus we were teamed up with the GSSWEDE who is on a tighter time line.


    Sara

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  19. Saralou

    Saralou Worldwide Rider

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    Crossing this country is a bit like driving a Mad Max wasteland. The last 50 km of highway is a mess with huge deep holes all over.


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    That said we had no real issues at the border and though we were stopped briefly at 3 police checks in Honduras, they asked politely to see our documents for the bikes and then shook our hands and welcomed us to their country. One of them even told me I should put sunscreen on since my cheeks were burnt.



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    Entering Nicaragua was easy especially if you are on a bike.


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    After a quick spray down of the bikes with some toxic substance we headed tot the air-conditioned aduana (Ah back to civilization).


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    They are more efficient here and the official checked all three VIN numbers at once.


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    We finally left the Nicaragua crossing at 530. We had been told by Mario to head for Estali in Nicaragua. There is one main road in Honduras with a Y intersection. Daniel, Orvar, and I had some discussion at the Y of whether to go left or right. We decided right was to Estali.....Not.


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    This meant that the sun did set on us, but luckily we arrived at Chinandega just at dark. The funniest part of the story is that after our long day we thought we had arrived in Estali. In fact Daniel and Orvar even had a discussion with the hotel manager trying to convince him that we were in fact in Estali. We were in fact not as we had made the wrong turn and headed to the south and not the north border crossing.


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    It was time for Tona and Tostones con queso frito!
  20. Saralou

    Saralou Worldwide Rider

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    Leon Nicaragua is just a short drive for us, as we had to stop short last night with the dark and poor road conditions. We spent a few days there and then headed to the beach.


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    We checked into a hostel and had a Tona to beat the heat.


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    After two weeks in the company of the GSSWEDE we had to say goodbye as he headed south to make his flight home.


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    Leon is a really nice colonial city with the largest cathedral in Central America.


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    There is a lost of history here and memorials to the revolution.


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