Monthly Archives: November 2011

Entering Nicaragua

After my experience entering Honduras I was determined not to use “helpers” for Nicaragua. Exiting Honduras was easy enough, hand in a form, a stamp here another there and good bye Honduras.  I got back on my bike and was … Continue reading

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Crossing Honduras

I woke up in El Salvador to the sound of the waves crashing into the beach, no alarm clock for me anymore. I wanted to get an early start, cross Honduras without stopping and reach Nicaragua by early evening. I … Continue reading

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Volcano top to the Beach

El Salvador – November 5 – 7 After crossing into El Salvador there was one very noticeable change, the roads were smooth. The ride into San Salvador was free of speed bumps and had it not been for the Volcano … Continue reading

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After my mugging in Guatemala I was often asked two different questions; 1. Are you leaving Guatemala now? And 2. Are you coming home?  The answer to both questions was NO. It was not as if I was unaware that … Continue reading

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Entering El Salvador

After 21 days I have left Guatemala, I originally planned on spending on six days. It was hard to say goodbye to Guatemala. Despite what happened to me out at Lake Atitlan I had a great time. I made so … Continue reading

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100 Days – Cien Dias

October 31 marked 100 days of solo travel, but on this day I was far from a solo traveller. For the first time in this adventure I was riding 2 up and in a group (4 bikes and 7 people), … Continue reading

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