Monday; A better day.. We rode our bikes to welding shop, the mechanic did a great job straightening and welding Jason’s luggage rack. I used a vise and straighten the windshield brackets back. Used a long pipe to bend back my handle bars, that really didn’t work. Mechanic was able to fix my top case to the point that the lid functions and locks. I left all the crash bars alone, because I know nothing will align back if I took it apart. I’m actually surprised the bike didn't sustain more damage the way it went tumbling. We paid the mechanic and rode back to the hotel, re-assembled things, loaded up and got on the road to the Bolivian border around 2:00 PM. Leaving Puno was a same mess of Peruvian drivers, honking for nothing, giving us no room. We were both losing our patience and yelling at them. It was a relief to get away from the madness. My bike feels okay to ride, just awkward to ride with left arm extended due to the bent handlebars. I was actually excited to see a border crossing and getting out of Peru alive. I had all my visa stuff in line, we even got our TIP filled out on-line which helped. Stamped out of Peru, paid $160 to Bolivia and we are in Copacobana today. What a fucking relief. Found our hostel, we were both hungry and also needed to find an ATM. Jason found a Thai restaurant for dinner, which was really good, had a real meal in days. Life seemed batter today, hope it goes smoothly from here.