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Old 27 Feb 2006
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Going to Nicaragua

Hi folks,

Three of us will be crossing into the Baja on the 15th of March heading for Central America.A DR 350,KLR650 and a Katana,(he's only going to Puerto Vaiarta).Any tips or words of advice and or caution are appreciated. Also would be happy to hook up and meet with fellow travelers on the way.

Cheers Vinny
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If you plan on coming to Mexico City send me an email
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If you plan on coming to Mexico City send me an email
Thank you however I believe we are going to avoid mexico city and stick to the coast and the mountains.Thank you for the invite. Do you own a moto?I suppose you do if you are on this site.
Take care Vinnyt
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hey vinnyt
are you ridin in from ut?
will you cross at tj? any idea on how long you expect to take to get to nicaragua?
any particular budget?
itani moto humboldt co. ca. 94 xr650L
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need much more info....hoteling it?..

going the gringo way (Cuotas) or libre autopista?....

timeline?....

FWIW I blasted down on KLRs from Wisconsin to Roatan Honduras in 8 days...I was out to ride sunup to sundown, that was the plan....great stuff...

tires?...

dirt in Baja?. or staying with the Katana?....



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hey vinnyt
are you ridin in from ut?
will you cross at tj? any idea on how long you expect to take to get to nicaragua?
any particular budget?
itani moto humboldt co. ca. 94 xr650L
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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="">quote:</font><HR><font face="" size="2">Originally posted by itani:
hey vinnyt
are you ridin in from ut?
will you cross at tj? any idea on how long you expect to take to get to nicaragua?
any particular budget?
itani moto humboldt co. ca. 94 xr650L


</font><HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

Hey Guy we are crossing at TJ Manana and we plan on taking 3 months to get to Nic ANd back.We pln to go slow enjoy and try and stay of the beaten path planning on camping alot.Both of us have spent a long time in SA the Kataa guy droped out he did not want to camp and go the slow road.

Cheers Vinny T

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