Leaving Nicaragua without Motorcycle....?
I have a flight home on the 31st of January. My motorcycle will stay in NIcaragua while I return to The states to work for the next few months.
I have the bike in my passport but not specifically for Nicaragua. It was stamped in to Guatemala, which would be considered the first C-A 4 country.
My main question is whether or not I will get hassled at the airport when I go to leave.
I have no problem making up some sob story at the desk.
If anyone has recently flown out of any CA4 country and left their bike please tell me your story.
(edit) It looks as though this is a topic many are unfamiliar with, or a lot of he said, she said. Soo if anyone is interested I will post what the experience was for future travellers.
Last edited by Kegride; 22 Jan 2008 at 15:32.
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