June 21, 2018

So here we go, part 2. On my way out of Guatape, I just happened to look down at my display. Slamming on the brakes I saw my WR250R has achieved 50,000 miles! Wooohooo. By the way, my moto is called “Bunny” (Conejito in Spanish). It is for sentimental reasons. But she...

June 9, 2018

Colombia part 1

So finally I enter Cartagenia. Captain James and the crew lower my bike on to a somewhat shakey water taxi and we make our way to the shore.

Registering the bike was pretty straight forward. Go to the office with your moto, fill out some papers and have t...

May 8, 2018

Okay, so it’s been a while and I have a lot of catching up to do, so this is a short version of the last few months as I rode through Central America.

(Waiting to leave Guatemala)

I leave Guatemala after waiting 5 hours at the border because my TIP expired. I paid $50 fi...

January 5, 2018

When I arrived in Guatemala, I had no idea that a year later I would still be here. In my mind I thought that I would be in Buenos Aires, or somewhere close to it. At least South America. So how did I end up here staying here for a year? I let life unfold in front of m...

April 29, 2017

While staying in Antigua, one of my goals was to climb Volcan Acatenango. This is a dormant volcano adjacent to Volcan Fuego and one of the, if not the, most famous active volcanoes in Central America.

My friend Harriet, who was volunteering at the hostel had organized...

April 25, 2017

Leaving the Zephyr Lodge in Lanquin, the dirt roads gave way to groomed pavement and civility. I was told that it could take about 8 hours by bus to get to Antigua. I made it in 5 ½ hours on the bike. Riding a motorcycle in Latin America certainly has it’s advantages....

March 30, 2017

After a week in Belize, I was ready for a Latin reunion. Something was missing in Belize. When I entered Guatemala, I found it again. Not being able to completely describe it, there is something about the charm and happiness of the Latin culture I have come to endear.

D...

March 27, 2017

Crossing into Belize was a simple task more or less. Customs was easy other than the part when they didn’t realize or ask if I was going to exit through Guatemala. So, I almost walked away from the customs desk without my temporary import paper. Once finished at custom...

March 14, 2017

My final days in Mexico were upon me. I was now heading towards my next chapter of this journey. For most tourist, especially those from the USA, Mexico goes as only as far as the Yucatan Peninsula. Cancun and Playa Del Carmen. These are places I shall avoid. My one st...

March 4, 2017

Here is my latest article in Adventure Motorcycle Magazine. I rode with the Motorcycle Relief Project in Colorado last August. This is an organization that needs to keep going! They recently had a trailer full of equipment stolen. A small donation goes a long way.

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