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Discussion in 'Latin America' started by kaiserkyhl, Dec 8, 2008.
We'll make sure to get you on a picture as well Throttlemeister when you return for your machine
Farther and son:
Mike is shown here crossing a sketchy pedestrian wire bridge with missing planks! It swayed the entire ride across...
Here's Dr. Benny in a less scary scenery than the one of me above, also in the picture me and Ashley owner of www.eurocascoshop.com in Cali and Juan on the Versys:
Heiko from Germany carrying 3 batteries :
Latest addition to the Casa Blanca Hostel Bikers Wall of Fame
And now the overland trucks are arriving, a good sign that Colombia is perfectly safe:
Irish John on a Chilean Tornado he bought of a traveler here:
Jason from New York:
And more Brits:
Leidy our adminstradora:
Aussie group go on tour 8 day tour with me:
Danish female rider Marie before touring:
South African Hilgard and American Martin:
American ex-pats living in Ecuador:
Americans Jack, Martin and Brat on route south:
Been busy running tours in Colombia, but here is the latest batch of riders who passed by Casa Blanca Hostel. If you have pictures of your self that are not here, please load them up so I can have them printed for your Wall of (sh)Fame
Straight out of Denmark:
Swiss/ Bolivian couple:
Aussie /American couple bought a Suzuki Dr650 of an other traveler here at the hostel and are ready to start their adventure:
More riders added to the Wall of Fame at Casa Blanca:
Frank from Germany ended up spending more time that he wanted to due to some repairs after being rear-ended and he actually considered continuing on this thing:
Christmas time in Cali:
One of the Bikers Wall of Fame
Sasha from New Zealand/Canada:
Hey Mike, just saw your post. Right, my first (and only) accident in SA was a bit of a bummer. Here is the pic of my unlucky entry to Cali:
Just to complete the story: After a mad two weeks between mechanics and crazy paperwork, the insurance of the Chevy Trooper paid me in full. Actually a bit more than full
So much for my Cali experience, I quite enjoyed my stay at Casa Blanca, Mike. Greetings from Nicaragua!
ATTN: DIANA, THE TWO GIRLS AND I HAVE MOVED TO MEDELLIN APRIL 2012 TO START A BRANCH OF OUR MOTORCYCLE TOUR AND RENTAL BUSINESS - MOTOLOMBIA AND WILL NOT BE AT THE HOSTEL ON A DAILY BASIS. DIANA'S SISTER LEIDY WILL BE ADMINISTRATING THE HOSTEL LIKE SHE HAS BEEN DOING THE LAST COUPLE OF YEARS. SO NOTHING CHANGES. MIKE WILL STILL BE AVAILABLE ON EMAIL OR PHONE FOR ANY HELP YOU MIGHT NEED IN CALI.
WHILE WE WILL NOT BE OPENING A HOSTEL IN MEDELLIN, WE WILL OPEN OUR PRIVATE HOME TO THE BIKER COMMUNITY. WE HAVE TWO GUEST ROOMS AND SPACE TO PUT UP A TENT OR TWO IN OUR GARDEN. PRICE IS 50.000 PESOS PER PERSON/DAY AND YOU'RE FREE TO USE THE HOUSE LIKE YOUR OWN. COOK YOUR FOOD IN OUR KITCHEN, RELAX ON THE PATIO WITH GRILL AND HAMMOCK, WORK ON YOUR BIKE IN MIKE'S 5-CAR GARAGE WORK-SHOP AND USE THE TOOLS AVAILABLE.
SO IF YOU'RE LOOKING AT A MORE SUBURBAN QUIET AND RELAXING TIME IN MEDELLIN FEEL FREE TO DROP US A PM!!!
Am I allowed to bring my own hookers and blow?
you can keep that at Scam rock