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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by s_gogos, Mar 15, 2015.
Damn! Amazing pics!
The 7th episode from Paraguay is now online and has a looot of mud!
In this episode:
-the road is flooded
-Mr Jose Barrios is showing us his fish
-and Alexandra is saving Kitsos from drowning
*don't forget to turn on the English subtitles
Guys here's the 8th episode of our Paraguayan mini-series!
In this episode:
-we're riding into puddles
-we're taking pictures of pigs' heads
-and we're waiting some geese to cross the road...
*don't forget to turn on the English subtitles!
So here's the last episode of our Paraguayan mini series!
In this episode we're leaving Kitsos and we're getting on a Land Rover, Alexandra is chasing away the chickens and a snake is blocking our way...
What do you think?
Have you visited Paraguay yet?
Alright, I promise i'll try to stop talking about Parauay now and enjoy other countries, too
Yeah, Paraguay sucks. All those unfriendly people you keep meeting, the terrible food and one tourist trap after another, lol!!! To answer your question, I was there for about 30 minutes. From the Brazilian side of Foz do Iguaçu you can walk across a bridge into a street market where they sell everything, including motorcycle helmets for $15!!! I wanted one because in the city of Foz do Iguaçu they had motorcycle taxis. Since I don't ride (well in my dreams I do) I thought it would be fun to hop on one of those taxis but I didn't want to wear the provided and probably smelly and dirty helmet they give you. After watching those moto taxis zip around I decided that even though I don't ride, I'd probably be safer if I rented a motorcycle and hit the road myself So basically I'm seeing Paraguay through the lense of your camera. Keep the vids coming!!!
Great as always
I love the videos! If you come to the United States, the first beer is on me, or whatever coffee you want.
Sorry for the late reply but I've been busy trying to break-in yet another new piston...
Yes, Paraguay REALLY SUCKS!!! You can see it on the videos
Though they have very cheap stuff as you mentioned. Worths a visit just for shopping!
Anyway, if you have to jump on a mototaxi again in the future then consider buying a buff. That's what I do
We'll keep the videos coming (hopefully sometime in the near future because we also have to travel a bit).
I'm VERY HAPPY to hear that as always
Thanks for telling us!!
It's a real boost for the difficult days in front of the laptop screen!!
We drink both coffee and beer, so depending on the time we'll arrive, we'll let you know
Eagerly awaiting your next venture. My doors are open.
who is preparing the cylinder for you?
Our mechanic (and I can say friend now) Gas who works for the "Motonetas Clasicas Argentina" in Buenos Aires.
Hey gogos, are you still in contact with your 2 friends who started this trip with you? How are they doing? :)