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Thumbs up Best trip of my life - so far... Bolivian Jungle!

Hi, my best days on a bike were in Bolivia! About 7-10 days roundtrip from La Paz. La Paz - Titicacalake/Copacabana - then east side of the lake - Sorata - Consata - into the Yungas - Mapiri - Guanay - Caranavi - Coroico - Relax! - back over La Cumbre Pass to La Paz!!! Incredible ride!!! It was in 1996, feels like last week! Crossing a lot of rivers and even a hanging bridge!!! I hope they didn´t build a good road....

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Hi, my best days on a bike were in Bolivia! About 7-10 days roundtrip from La Paz. La Paz - Titicacalake/Copacabana - then east side of the lake - Sorata - Consata - into the Yungas - Mapiri - Guanay - Caranavi - Coroico - Relax! - back over La Cumbre Pass to La Paz!!! Incredible ride!!! It was in 1996, feels like last week! Crossing a lot of rivers and even a hanging bridge!!! I hope they didn´t build a good road....

Have Fun!!! Jens(XT 600 Tenere)
hey jens.
we are organizing more trips for next year, and you dont need to bring a bike, just let me know if you are interested and ill give you all the details. you can also bring friends, it will be a cheap way for adventure.
Im in seattle righ now, but ill be in my country for christmas.

take care and thank for the note.

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Hi, my best days on a bike were in Bolivia! About 7-10 days roundtrip from La Paz. La Paz - Titicacalake/Copacabana - then east side of the lake - Sorata - Consata - into the Yungas - Mapiri - Guanay - Caranavi - Coroico - Relax! - back over La Cumbre Pass to La Paz!!! Incredible ride!!! It was in 1996, feels like last week! Crossing a lot of rivers and even a hanging bridge!!! I hope they didn´t build a good road....

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