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Discussion in 'Latin America' started by kaiserkyhl, Dec 8, 2008.
No worries, he is getting parts from his supplier back home. Thanks for the offer.
Aussies Lou and Linn:
Igor on his KLR heading South:
I bypassed Cali via San Agustin to Pasto. My extra helmet will have to stay with you for awhile. Feel free to lend it out. It may be awhile before I see Cali again.
Thanks for your help and hospitality,
No worries, I'll keep it for your return. Great to hear the route San Agustin/Pasto is ride-able again. I just came back from a 7-day ride around southern Colombia with a client.
Justin bought this KLR of Louise and his heading down to Argentina to pick up his F800GS that got shipped to Argentina via Asia and is running 2 month late:
David back after a loop to Peru. Now heading into Venezuela:
Dutch guy on 125 cc all the way from Mexico:
More Dutch, meet Fokke - one of my "Discover Colombia" tour clients:
Three American guys on the way South. One of the XR650 will be for sale in Brazil in May:
Justin finally managed to leave after doing some work changing wheel bearings and waiting for a tire to ship down:
Here's Justin and Owain and the fat guy to the left would be me:
Randy on his way south:
Fernando from Miami on round trip to Peru:
I just made it home a week or so ago. You have a great place there Hope to see it again sometime.
Hey, did that bald guy every get out of BA Oh, and be careful of CrashMaster when he shows up - best to tell him you are full oser
Good on you, we too hope to see you down in Cali in the future.
I'm in Denmark at the moment with Diana and Laura visiting my family here for the first time in 3 years. VERY COLD
Headed south - the unlikely bike match:
Trying to pick up my receptionist:
...or just some random guy on the street:
Hola Mike! thanks again for the hospitality, you have a great place and I enjoyed my stay. Looks like I will have to come back once the brewery is open.
Hey Mike, I planned to swing through Cali once more on my return north but ran out of time due to predictable unpredicted repair issues in Suriname.....so I guess I'll catch you again on the next trip through.
Seven months ago (page 5) you rashly promised my KLR would last to 80,000 miles. It's now at 82k, and acting cantankerous and crotchety....but still moving in the right direction. Thanks for the hospitality, support and service!
(Cartagena, sailing north on the Stahlratte)
Looks like the brewery will be open about the time I'm rolling through. :slurp
Great adventure you've been on. I have been following your activity here on ADV.
Hope to see you down here in the future
Now you'll camp out down here with that huge package that's waiting for you. And I guess its easier to clean a tent after vomit than my beds
see you soon...