People we've met on the road
Lovely spanish guy who helped translate english to spanish to help fix Rob's forkseals in Algeciras.
Marcel & Monique The sweet dutch couple who we relaxed with in Tarifa, Spain. Playing chess, drank and ate Hagel Slag. Thanks to Marcel, we now have hemi lights for our travels! (they still havent run out yet) and of course Woody, the Siberian husky became my new buddy.
Stefan & Steffi
lovely Germans holidaying in Tarifa. Hope the wind picked up for you.
Grant, Lara & Justin (fellow Aussies) we met on the ferry to Africa! Accompanied at the border and travelled with them towards Chefchaouen and Fes. All I can say is crazy camper van driving around blind corners.
Nice one Justin! I'm still in shock
Olly Vine, this crazy valve chattering English guy on a Honda CBF 1000 road bike where we continued to bump into in Morocco. We couldn't get rid of him! but he provided with great amounts of laughter and cooked us delicious meals.
Mark or spiderman? who gratefully helped us out with the Honda guidebook when the Africa Twin was a bit worse for wear.
Axel, a Wonderban German on KTM who we travelled parts of the Moroccan pistes with. Thanks for the great lessons and looking after me!
Another Wonderban German, who cooked us bread and gave us his touratech table! Cheers, hope the ribs are better.
Carl & Sylvia, a German and Italian couple who we travelled with through parts of Morocco and Western Sahara with. Thanks for the cooked meals, carrying our luggage and letting us use your hot shower.
German couple on BMWs, Chris managed to bring the rains to the Sahara
Katti & Blair
the wonderful Kiwikraut duo in a 4WD that we travelled the Nouadhibou to Atar piste. Loved the Antipodean humour and thanks for completing a successful open heart surgery to the Baja!
Kei, a sweet Japanese man who has been hitchhiking around Africa and has been travelling for nearly a year. Good luck finding what you desired in Africa....rice and soy sauce.
Heini, Isabella and Ken
Swiss heading to Benin to start another solar energy project in Nattatingou, North Benin
Jon & claude, 2 older French guys whose information was very helpful as they have travelled all over North Africa for the last 16years
A Thomas Cook Pilot who we meet in St Louis who has gratefully donated his back tyre to the Africa Twin.
Cassandra & Steve running Demining Projects in Guinea Bissau, kindly looked after us whilst they were extremely busy with meetings and proposals. Loved the chicken & chips..... perhaps we'll catch up again one day in Goughs Bay!
Felix The Cat, riding a BMW
Travelling round the world by 4WD
Mat & Doreen
Lovely English and German couple who made us laugh and told us how to say apple strudel properly
Leopoldo & Dereck
Posted by Amy Lee at September 14, 2006 02:36 PM GMT