Monthly Archives: August 2013

Hanging out

Somote, Leon, Granada, Merida, Nicaragua Due to it’s geographical configuration, Nicaragua seems to be split up in two countries: The pacific side and the Caribbean side, separated by huge Lake Nicaragua and a vast stretch of jungle. The main cities … Continue reading

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Honduran holiday

Honduras, El Amatillo, Gausuale, El Espino. There we were, 22u in the evening, sitting on a bench in front of a Honduran Aduana building in the middle of nowhere. We were hungry, our clothes were soaked and we felt defeated … Continue reading

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Bright towns, dark past

Juayua, Suchitoto, Perquin, El Salvador “No, that’s where they dump the bodies!” Fernamdo replied when we pointed out our intended route around a small lake towards the El Salvadorian border. Needless to say we took his advice and opted for … Continue reading

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Donde estan los Banditos?

Santa cruz del quiche, San Marcos, Santa Cruz, Antigua, Guatamala When traveling in Central America it is a good habit to gather local intelligence on the state of your intended route. Our motorcycles can handle a fair share of bad … Continue reading

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