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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by michnus, Jun 11, 2011.
Quit taking such great pictures.
You're making me look bad
There is one thing I have to give Mexicans a bit of shit and a dig. They must be the BIGGEST buyers of selfish-sticks from China. They luuuuve selfies!
Michnus: Are you saying you didn't need all those fake Driver Licenses you made when you were staying at my house? Never pulled over by the cops? You won't get through Honduras without getting pulled over for no good reason. More ruins pictures please. John
I believe that they believe they are connecting to Aliens in that position.
I read that on Wikipedia
He's not the ruins guy.
And don't confuse the 2 of us...
He drinks more beer than me
fuck not once! All the effort for squad!
And to add to that. The absolute rubbish that people post on Facebook about Central America is just as bad. We are now in Panama. Not one bribe and we were stopped a few times. All of the border crossing on average took us 2hours and zero of the rape, killings and pillage we were warned about. In fact Central America is one schuweet place to travel. It's easy as pie and more a holiday than a death run
Honduras is the best kept secret, if you want to have a super cool trip without any tourist or Starbucks runners go to Honduras. It's a beaut!
@goodcat is the ruin runner, I can't see anymore dead people
@Johnnydarock btw do you still take people to Mexico on trips?
Hey Michnus: No...I led tours in Mexico 20+ years ago when I was young and dumb. Now I'm old and still dumb but just ride to Mexico now...leaving on a two week ride in a few weeks. Shipped my bike to McAllen Texas and will meet up with a buddy and get all the way to Majahual...a little Chiapas...and some Sierra Gorda on the way back. Like you...Mexico is one of my favorite countries and it should be an epic ride. I was trying to be funny when I asked for more ruins. I should have asked for more chicas on the beach but I knew I didn't have to ask. Take care my friend. Johnny da Rock
@Johnnydarock I think you of all people know the best spots in Mexico One we loved was Boca de Pascuales loads of chicas there
Still one if the best RR's ever! Mexico sure looks real interesting. Added to the bucket list trips
Got news for you. Whether you like it or not, you're a tourist too.
And this....I could not agree more based on my experience in Mexico. The warmth and hospitality I've received on every trip has been second to none.
unfortunately yes, but there are some differences between us. For one we are a dodgy bunch.
and so on :)
Lol - those are good. After reading them all - like my tires, I'm 70% traveller / 30% tourist!
Okay a bit of self-deprecating. Seeing all the kids hammering the Instagram selfie thing, I just had to do my own version of it. And we have a thing for when friends when they do some stupid stuff. We will say they must keep stuff real. It came from a local Namibian beer company commercials. Indigo is one of Mexico's best beers and was perfect for the clip
need sound. @moto.phil helped to create teh clip.
Unfortunately Belize had to be a dash in and out country. As with Cuba it is an expensive country to travel even on your own transport and eating out of super markets. Also the first country we had to pay an exit fee.
The choice was to ride around for 2 weeks or park the bikes and spend 4 days on a small touristy but fun island off the mainland drinking beer and snorkeling with sharks and other interesting sea creatures. We opted for the later as it was holiday and close to year end.
It's a beautiful country from the bit we saw with abundance of wildlife and really easy going people.
Belize is part of the old British colonised countries and they speak English and Creole but many has learned Spanish as a second or third language. Why such a poor country is so expensive is quite strange.
The sacrifice stone at the Lamanai ruins near Orangewalk. I am sure that stone can still be used today for more sacrifices. But more specific for the dictator type of the world.
Lamanai features three large pyramids, various restored stelae, and open plazas as well as a small but unique ball court. The site enjoys an isolated location in the jungle on the banks of the New River Lagoon, a river with numerous crocodiles.
“Lamanai” means “submerged crocodile” although doubts have been expressed recently as to the accuracy of this translation. The less poetic “drowned insect” has been put forward as an alternative. Still, the large numbers of crocodile representations found in carvings and inscriptions suggest that, whatever the true meaning, the animal certainly had a very important role in the local mythology. http://mayanruins.info/belize/lamanai-belize/
Being of the more senior age group, I can remember on a Sunday Afternoon listening to the Wireless, "Forces Favourites" in the UK I always used to here requests for guys based in Beleze, doesnt look like too tough a posting from here.
Definitely not. They would tell everyone they had it brutal to keep all the awesomeness for themselves. They must have had a joll
Ye he looks all selling sweets cakes and stuff. Except he is actually selling weed brownies
We went to Kay Caulker the small island off the coast of Belize city. It's a goofy place to swim with sharks and all sorts of sea creatures. And ofcourse it's full of raunchy hot youngsters with more money than brains and a lust for life...
Buckets full of goodness and good friends... and a friend @goodcat picked up who also became a good friend
Dad can I use the car to take my girl to the movies? Why did we buy you a paddleboard?!