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I really needed to find a place to stay in Cusco where I could have my motorcycle with me.  Too many sleepless nights in the other place worrying about whether my bike survived another night 2 blocks away.  So after scouring the entire town, I found

The night after backtracking to Coroico, La Paz, and then north to Peru, we stayed the night on the border.  This is usually avoided, never a good choice to stay in a border town.  And it turned out to be the case again.  They are dirty,

Onward and upward from Estonia to Finland!From here I must take a ferry. I started to think that this motorcycle trip around the world includes so many ferry rides.. seems like I am cheating!But then I remembered that the earth's surface is 75% water.. and I'm

I could have stayed on the barge for more than 4 days.. the time went by so quickly for me.  I had an opportunity to catch up on my blogs, sort through photos.. I was working full time..There was only an opportunity for short little breaks

After leaving the deserted town, it’s just a small hop to the turn off that officially begins the “Road of Bones”  Walter pulls off for a quick photo and all he says is “Now the hard part..”After the hundreds of kilometres on dirt roads, which is

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