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Lots of great videos in odd places, and she has a super positive attitude everyday,Good morning Internet, it's 7:36 am, let's see where we are going today....and the day's adventure begins.Looking forward to her S. America adventure next...Now...does anyone know what Dhanno means...she seems particularly pumped about changing from Basanti (her old Enfield) to Dhanno (the new one)...
Does anyone know if Itchy Boot has set off from Patagonia yetI enjoyed her season 1I can't seem to find season 2 except for dropping her bike off at Heathrow or Preparation.
Her last update said she might have to wait a few weeks before the bike gets shipped before starting. Im guessing not yet.
So, you west coast guys might get a couch surfer.... ;)
She said today in her live Q&A session that she has traveled South America extensively via her work, every country in South and Central America. Also, she never reveals the date of her travels, keeps her locations secret until a delay of a week or more. She speaks passable Spanish. Even so, I would be scared to death if she were my daughter.
I had to laugh at her first ride in Argentina. She gets caught in the rain and says she needs to find some shelter and ends up at that school. When she pulls up all she says is hello and kind of giggles. Next thing you know she is getting a guided tour of the school and turns this bad day into a very interesting video on the education of children in Argentina! Can you imagine someone doing the same thing at a school in the USA. She would probably be handcuffed and thoroughly interrogated with all the senseless shootings and threats here.
After watching all of her videos to date it leaves me analyzing our way of life in this country more than I ever have before.
Having a bad day?If anyone is interested, here are a couple of other examples of historical rides, for a different perspective.
Don't you get help when you bat your brown eyes at someone Huzo?
Lannis,Do you mean Sjaak Lucassen? He is Dutch, though, otherwise sounds like him. Here is his bike from 2001 stuck in the Congo.What I do not understand is why such huge cases built on the bikes unless they are using old canvas tents and lawn chairs. With modern backpacking gear so light and compact, all needed camping gear could fit in just half one of those giant sidecases. The boxes must be full of parts and bulky fresh food. I could camp for a month with all that room.
Travel stories that focus on the motorcycle are usually pretty boring. The point of travel by motorcycle (I believe) to improve the enjoyment of the scenery and people.
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