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) - Santiago - brought bikes by plane back to Germany (Hellmann Ltda., Santiago Airport) Purpose of travel: Go for the dream of our life, take a last time-out, to see nature and to feel freedom The best: Friendliness of people, glaciers, volcanos, fauna... ) flat tyre Earlier Experiences of big Motorcycle-Tours: Alexander: South Africa, 10/1995 04.2002 1st contact Du weißt ja gut Bescheid, tatsächlich sind wir nach unserer Traumreise nach Argentinien und Chile wohlbehalten wieder am Niederrhein angekommen und durchlaufen jetzt schon seit knapp einem Monat einen harten Resozialisierungsprozeß ;-) - Christopher Vogel (German, born ) Rode in SAmerica with YAMAHA XT 600 E; called "el burrito (= Eselchen" = small horse). Feeling free, meeting nice people, learning español Arrived in Buenos Aires after 20 hours of flight. Wants to learn Spanish there before he starts to ride. - Nataly Sörries (born ) and Claus Holtmann (born ) Nataly and Claus want to ride with one HONDA Africa Twin RD 07 15.000 kms Purpose of travel: Pleasure. Fast keinen Regen (ca.5x Regenzeug angehabt) und der Wind war meistens nicht so schlimm.Flew to Santiago/Chile by plane and drove with taxi-driver to Valparaiso where he got his bike. Want to meet nice people, interesting cultures and see a lot of the beautiful nature. Earlier experiences: 2 months in Australia in 1999 / 2000. Touring Europe 1988 (Corse), 1989 (France), 1989 (Greak Britain). in Pucon (CL) und es wird weiter nach Mendozza (AR) gehen und von dort zurueck nach Valparaiso. The Best: Argentinien: Als absolutes Highlight war für mich der Gletscher Perito Moreno. Auf der Verander sitzend und hinter dem See den wunderschönen Vulkan herrausragen zusehen ! The Worst: San Pedro de Atacama hatt mir gar nicht gefallen. At least you will never have seen such a huge collection of informations. Information: Add: If you like it would be very nice for the travellers who read this, if you can send thisw blog already "on the road". Our luggage was soft panniers we had made from buffalo skin in Pakistan. Climbing the Himalayas........) The worst: I got Malaria in Nairobi. So please give me your "pardon" that there are mistakes inside of the informations and a lot in my language. We had minimal preparation time but Transalps are reliable. They informed me worldwide by sending letters, later faxes and emails since 1994 about World-Around-Travellers. This internet-list had to be done very quick, because I did not have enough time. The bikes were old with ~80,000kms on each before this trip. I am very grateful to all the individuals who knew that I am working in this field. We rode around S-America with no fixed plan and very little research beforehand. We were on 2 Honda Transalps (1993 model) which we had previously bought in England (2nd hand) and ridden to India and then shipped to Australia for 18 months.
) - Vicuna/Chile (Municipal Observatory, first and only flat tyre) - La Serena - Llayllay - day trip to Puente del Inca/Argentina (try to avoid this border station for its horribly unmotivated customs officers! Route: Valparaiso, Puerto Montt, Careterra Austral, Perito Moreno, Torres del Paine, Punta Arenas, Ushuaia, Peninsula Valdes, Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Florianopolis, Foz de Iguazu, Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Pantanal, Ride to Paraguay, Salta, San Pedro de Atacama, Valparaiso, Santiago - ca. Planned was 20.000 km The best: Cueva de las manos/cave of hands/Argentina, and: Glaciar Perito Moreno in El Calafate/Argentina, and: tatio geysires at San Pedro de Atacama/Chile, and: Foz de Iguazu/Argentinien Brasil, and: Rio de Janeiro/Brasil, and: a lot of helping hands everywhere! I'll make a slide-show Useful informations and TIPS for others: Only: MAKE IT! 1st request for update with countries before route.I sent my bike back by ship via Hamburg Süd to Germany, went by bus to Brasil (the falls in Iguazu) and back to Argentina (Buenos A.)- The best: Saltlake in Bolivia/Uyuni; the people in Argentina; La Posta de Viajeros in Azul/Argentina; geting to know a feeling concerning the word freedom!The worst: a broken chain in la pampa, near the nationalparc Torres del And: diebstahl von Book or publication: don´t know yet. Route: Brought bikes by plane to Argentina/Buenos Aires (In Time Gmb H, Hamburg) - Azul ( - Valdés Peninsula (whales, sea elephants, orcas) - Camarones (penguin colony) - Sarmiento (petrified forest) - Rio Mayo - Chile/Coyhaique - Lago General Carrera/Lago Buenos Aires - Chile Chico- Perito Moreno/Argentina - Chaltén (Fitz Roy massive) - Calafate (Perito Moreno Glaciar, Upsala Glacier) - Torres del Paine National Park/Chile - Puerto Natales - Otway sound (penguin colony) - Punta Arenas- ferry to Tierra del Fuego - Rio Grande/Argentina - Ushuaia (spent Christmas with many other bikers on Ushuaia Rugby Club campground, service for the bikes at Moto Pablo's) - Rio Grande - Puerto Natales - NAVIMAG ferry to Puerto Montt - Chiloe island (wooden buildings in Castro) - ferry to Chaiten - Futaleufu - Esquel (Old Patagonia Express) - Bariloche - Tromén Pass (Lanin volcano) - Hostal Kila Leufu (climbed Villarica volcano!Otherwise It's nice to see the life of other people and cultures with totally different conditions. Vulkane, riesige Naturschutzgebiete klare Bäche und hohe Wälder "Enduro-Eldorado".WE CAN LEARN THE WHOLE LIFE LONG Route: I sent my motorcycle by ship from Hamburg to Buenos Aires. The approximately route will be: Argentina (Buenos Aires) - Chile (Santiago de Chile). Than back to Patagonia over the Andes and down to Tierra del Fuego. Westwerts über Mendoza am Aconcagua vorbei nach Santiago de Chile. Wieder zurück in Argentinien breiten sich Patagoniens einsame Steppen aus.