Old schools sre better...
Originally Posted by Guzzigalore
I travelled three years on an old Moto Guzzi V7 (1975) from Deadhorse to Ushuaia. I never had a problem to get my bike fixed. To be honest, it never broke down, only needed some maintanance. New motorcycles with computers, injection and shit give mechanics in third world countries a headache and you as well. Long live the old school.
I totally agree on that.
I have an old school bike, a 1996 airhead and wouldn't change to a brand new 1200 GSA, though it is free...
Good luck in Bolivia and sure you'll love your life with kids. Wait for 6 months which you can handle them better and easier.
I don't know how old are you (30 something). We don't know how precious the kids are when we are young. When we have kid at later ages, they seem to be more precious. I guess we understand the life more or being seen a lot when the time pass more...
"where the traveller goes, nobody knows ! "