January 08, 2014 GMT
otavalo and north

had a good new year night in otavalo the street partyes went on till about 2 in the morning the town was dead the next day alot of hangovers were being nuresed
on the 2nd i headed for coloumbia the boarder was a night mare it took me 4 hours to get through then i had to stop at the ist town to get insurance another hour i then road on to pasto for the night cant say much about pasto in the morning i headed for cali, cant say i liked cali it felt very unsafe police every where
and the hotel was shit so ileft at 7 the next morning heade to bogota the ride over the mountians was something else you just kept going up and up through thee cloudes then down and up again the traffic was realy someting to cope with on these mountain roads and militry evry where i stoped about 70 miles befor bogota in a smalll holiday town for 2 days hotel had a pool which was good as the temp
was in the 90s it was packed out as it was a bank hoilday weekend i left monday morning it was pissing down with rain all the way to bogota the roads were like rivers
once into bogota set babout finding a hostal after passing the same spot 3 times in the center i flaged a taxi down and gave him the address nice hostal tip top hostals bogota nice couple run it, on tuesday i set about finding the bmw dealer
to get new tyres and a servics the man and the hostal gave me directions which were spot on 25 min later at the dealers, they did not know anything about the bike being booked in so i showed then the email i sent and confirmation from then that i would bring it in on the 7th so they booked it in for 2 days , got a taxi back to the hostal then went site seing the old town is very nice i spent the day walking my feet off, in the night about 6.30 i asked the lady at the hostal to recomend a restraunt
se would not let me go to till she got a secority gaurd to walk me to the restraunt so much for bogota being safe well i am at that stage of being jaded a bit of life on the road also its being raining for the last 3 days se what tomorow brings thats all for now

Posted by Geoff Stacey at 03:57 PM GMT
December 31, 2013 GMT
ecuador and north

i left mancora on the morning of the 27th had to drag myself away as i enjoyed my time on the beach but ecuador was calling i made the boarder by lunch time then the fun started i went and got my passport stamped and then asked where i had to go to get the paperwork for the bike all i got was shugs then a nice man from ecuador came to help he went with me to customs they said i had to go back down the road to where i left peru and get my paper stamped so of i went they did not know anything about it and told me to go back up the road and hand my paperwork in there once back this arshole started mouthing off at me so i gave it back both barrles
i then found out not with his help that 4 kl up the road is where i got my paper work sorted for the bike, the road north the 25 part of the pan american is anight mare
most of the drivers trying to kill you or or any other driver after about 200miles i headed east not so bad and stayed the night in el triunfo the hostal was cheap 8 us for the night but the noise that night from the highway was nuts i might as well been sleeping or trying to on the hard shoulder of the m4 any way in the morning heading to quito the ride was out of this world up over mountains into the clouds
white out then back into the sun outstanding this went on for hours once into quito
find a hotel i went upmarket 30 us a night inclueding parking the bike in there garage did 2 days of site seing that was anoth of quito for me but on the1st night i did find a good curry house any way on the 30th i headed for otavalo famous for its indian market about 2hours noth of quito lovely little place booked in nice hostal sant fe for 3 nights private room own bath room and internet 13 us a night greate place
any way now i am going to explore the area for a couple of days happy new year to every one geoff

Posted by Geoff Stacey at 03:26 PM GMT
December 18, 2013 GMT
lima then north

stayed in lima for a week to long realy but i had ordered some parts from the bmw dealership and i had to wait for them martin the german biker i was rideing with also had to get new tyres and other bits for his bike on monday we change hostals went over to myfories i think that how its spelt any way nice hostal but not much rest as they liked to party each night i left on the thursday morning martin decided to stay took a long time to get out of lima traffic was so bad any way heading north the 1st night i got to chimbote not impressed hoetel was expensive and could not find a place to eat next day set of to piura big city all the hostals had nowhere to park the bike safe so another hotel 110 solos no good the ride up from lima is boring you have acouple of towns and citys otherwise its all desert its like being in a sand blaster with the wind any way i got to mancora a nicer beach town full of backpsckers
with the help of a tuc tuc driver i found a nice bungalow on the beach for 50 solos anight about 12.50 i have decided to stay hear till the 27th and be a beach bum befor ecuador and columbia just chill out for a fortnight.

thats al for now

Posted by Geoff Stacey at 05:44 PM GMT
December 08, 2013 GMT
cusco to lima

left cusco late monday morning took about an hour to get out left with martin a german biker who has been on the road for 3 years good afternoon ride then we started climbing into the moutians great roads but about 4 oclock the weather started to close in 1st thunder and lighting then hail then snow at about 4800meters
we had to find shelter in a mountian village the place we stayed ,if i had adog i would not let it stay there it was that bad , the next day still more snow as we headed on up to over 5000meter i was geting altitude sickness again, by lunch time we were down of the mountians into nasca realy hot pushed on to chincha alta what a mad house trying to find a hostal i had a punture in the middle of the city but found a hotel close by fixed the punture the next day and headed for lima once on the highway about100k from lima martin had a rear tyre blow out i thought he saved it
but it chucked him off in the middle of the road once we picked him and his bike up he was ok he got straight to it took the wheel out fitted a new tube and we were on our way in the hour lima dont talk about traffic till you been hear its nuts they are trying to kill you worest than lapaz a bus hit martin but he stayed on then one pushed me into a car i got off and was goiung to fill the bus driver in he just shurged
and drove off i am hear till monday or tueday as i have to get some parts to do a service on the bike the bmw dealer will let me know monday if he has them in stock
also had to buy a new garmin gps as my one no longer works i went to 4 places that garmin listed on there web site as selling them but they no longer existed i then found a radio shack that had one in stock , thats all for now

Posted by Geoff Stacey at 04:59 PM GMT
December 02, 2013 GMT
ride the death road

mon 21st road out of lapaz north to ride the death road what a ride white knuckle but it had to be done great when it was finnished i droped the bike once in deep gravel about hafe hour later my brasilen friend droped it also so 1 each on the way back to lapaz we took the tarmac road hit lapaz at 5 oclock in the afternoon
going round in circles trying to get to the hotel with all the one way traffic in the end i said f...k it and drove down a one way street the wrong way it was good to get my own back on the lapaz taxi drivers laughing all the way the next day set of for lake tititcaca only about 100 miles away found a nice hotel on the lake front 80 paso a night or about 8 23rd went over to the isle of sol outstanding but walking up to the temple of the sun nearly killed me the altiude is realy geting to me
on thursday morning i headed to cusco louie was off back to brasil had a good ride still abit of bother in Puno from the polictical demos there broken glass on the road ect but i got through ok then on to cusco could not find the hostel i had the adress for so flaged a taxi down got him to take me there. good place 25 solos a night
friday had a wander round cusco booked the train to go up to machupicchu 250 dollors us including a hotel there saterday night cusco is expensive only to be expected thoe tourist trap went up to machupicchu got ther about 2 good hotel then i went o the hotspings for a soak after nice meal and a few pisco sours
sunday up at 4 for the walk up to machupincchu got ther just befor 6 when they open
little bit cloudie so the sun did not come up till after 7 had a good tour guide and spent a nice morning there but i was done by 2 oclock but my train back was not till 18 45 lot of hagning around but met some nice dutch guys ther one lives in alicante what inly 49 mile from my place in sax also argentinan guy and his new zeland girl friend we talked rugby , but by the time i got back to cusco i was knackerd
went stright to bed
monday the 2nd bit of work on the bike tomorow i head to lima

Posted by Geoff Stacey at 08:24 PM GMT
November 24, 2013 GMT
bolivia 2

left villa montes headed for santa cruz once there i was going to turn left towards cochabamba but a guy at the juction said the road was bad and i be better going through sant cruz to monttero then head west, in santa cruz i stoped to ask direction and a man in a 4x4 stoped and said he was from the moto club santa cruz and invited me to stay at there club house for a few days so i followed him to the club what a place landscaped gardens a bar and a pool so i put my tent up he said tomorrow thursday they were having a club night and a BQ and i was not to pay for any food or drink it was on them what a night great bunch of people the night went on till about 4 in the morning then i got some shut eye the next day hugo came to get me and took me across the city to get a new tyre for the bike and helped me fit it lovly people the best, on sat i set of for cochabamba the ist part of the ride flat and straight then i hit thge mountains lovly after about an houre there were loads of tucks and buses and cars stoped i road around them till the police stoped me there had been a land slide at the front of the que i was mobed by about 50 truck drivers and people of the buses asking me where i was from where i was going this went on for about 2 hours them the police let motor bikes through road for about 15 k then stoped again big land slide dozers were trying to clear the way once we got through it was mad due to the delay on the other side trucks had blocked all the road so you were riding right on the edge to get pased then, a brasilian biker loue on a gs stoped to talk to me and we decided to head for cochabama together found a hotel and went for a meal not much cop we both left most of it and 2 girls came up and said can we have it we said yes they got plastic bags out and collect it all. sunday on to la paz the ride over the serrania de sicasica was out of this world stuning at the top it was just under5000 meters then on to la paz hit the city just as a carnival was kicking off took 2 hours to find a hotel and i have a spliting head du to the altitude now resting up till tomorrow then go and have alook around

geoff ak the lost biker

Posted by Geoff Stacey at 09:10 PM GMT
bolivia

left villa montes headed for santa cruz once there i was going to turn left towards cochabamba but a guy at the juction said the road was bad and i be better going through sant cruz to monttero then head west, in santa cruz i stoped to ask direction and a man in a 4x4 stoped and said he was from the moto club santa cruz and invited me to stay at there club house for a few days so i followed him to the club what a place landscaped gardens a bar and a pool so i put my tent up he said tomorrow thursday they were having a club night and a BQ and i was not to pay for any food or drink it was on them what a night great bunch of people the night went on till about 4 in the morning then i got some shut eye the next day hugo came to get me and took me across the city to get a new tyre for the bike and helped me fit it lovly people the best, on sat i set of for cochabamba the ist part of the ride flat and straight then i hit thge mountains lovly after about an houre there were loads of tucks and buses and cars stoped i road around them till the police stoped me there had been a land slide at the front of the que i was mobed by about 50 truck drivers and people of the buses asking me where i was from where i was going this went on for about 2 hours them the police let motor bikes through road for about 15 k then stoped again big land slide dozers were trying to clear the way once we got through it was mad due to the delay on the other side trucks had blocked all the road so you were riding right on the edge to get pased then, a brasilian biker loue on a gs stoped to talk to me and we decided to head for cochabama together found a hotel and went for a meal not much cop we both left most of it and 2 girls came up and said can we have it we said yes they got plastic bags out and collect it all. sunday on to la paz the ride over the serrania de sicasica was out of this world stuning at the top it was just under5000 meters then on to la paz hit the city just as a carnival was kicking off took 2 hours to find a hotel and i have a spliting head du to the altitude now resting up till tomorrow then go and have alook around

geoff ak the lost biker

Posted by Geoff Stacey at 09:10 PM GMT
November 19, 2013 GMT
i wont be sending postcards from paraguay

i left igauzu on sunday morning headed for brasil crossing the boarder did not take to long once in brasil headed to paraguay that boarder was over the top as its a duty free sone took for ever from there up to asuncion good road i made good time from asuncion i needed route 9 no signs on the way i got well and truely lost took me an hour to find the right road after vill hays i thought i would do 1 more hour big mistake for the next 170 miles nothing and the road got prity rough no fuel i did manage to buy 5 2 lt water bottles full of fuel from a road side shack which got me to pozo colirado found a hostel there a nice lady ran it clean sheets and the cock roches were frenidly foot in the bodega shit any way next morning heading north
my map said route 9 was tarmac all the way it was not the road was a night mare
much worest than routa 40 in argentina 4 foo deep potholes in some places sand hafe way up my wheels this went on for 80 miles then it improved i stoped of just befor you turn left for the boarder 60 mile up that road to get water and a bite to eat
the man said there was fuel at the boarder so off i went once i got to the boarder no fuel and time for the boarder guards to shake me down they said my paperwork was not in order and i had to go back to my crossing point 750 miles back but if i gave them 100 dollors us they would let me through after a while i got it down to 30 dollors the bolivian border guard was ok it did my bike paper work stamped my passport and sent me on my way 10 k down the road the army post did the same and told me 50 k down the road at a place called ibbo i would have to do imigation
what an arshole this guy was i did not realise that the paraguay border guards had not stamped my passport when they took it in there office he said i had to go back i said i cant i have no fuel so this went on for an hour him swearing at me in spanish
in the end he gave up stamped me through and told me to go i did i went looking for fuel nothing doing then a young lad came and asked if he could help after1 hour he came back with 5 lts of fuel that should get me to villa montes so off i go then the army check point they made me unload the bike to and went through the lot then said i could repack and go by now its geting dark the road was fine for the 1st 20 k then it stoped and had a bund built across it to side tracks left and right with no signs
in the end i road up the bund down the otherside a gravel road leading through the jungle in the dark for the next 50 k i just hope this was the right way after an hour a small motor bike was comeing the other way he confirmed i was on the right track
again shit road towards the end i did drop the bike in deep sand i then had to unload it to be able to pick it up bad day at the office i got into villa montes about 9 nackerd fueled up and asked the girl there where a hotel was she sent me to the iguazu hotel what a great hotel lovely 21 dollors a night there i met 2 guys and agirl who were from canada they were misonrys the one guy could not belive i had made it up route 9 on my bike as he had done it the day befor in his 4x4 he said that was hard in the 4x4 did not want to think about doing it on a motobike
well that all for now

Posted by Geoff Stacey at 06:39 PM GMT
November 16, 2013 GMT
iguazu

16 11 13
after a couple of hot days on the road i made it to iguazu lunch time thursday
i thought i would push the bolt out and check into a nice hotel for a few days
the 1st 2 took one look at me and said they were full it all the dead bugs on my bike jacket i recon any way i tried hotel carmen 3 star no problen nice room good food 2 pools 40 a night friday i went up to the falls lots of things to think about as i was here in 2007 with sue and again late in 2007 after she passed away
and the argentinan gov gave me permision to scatter her ashes over the falls hence the reson to come hear and reflect tuff day all said and done,
sat i am just chilling by the pool and will watch wales v argentina this afternoon
tomorrow of to paraguay

Posted by Geoff Stacey at 01:23 PM GMT
November 12, 2013 GMT
mendoza

well i left con con and headed back to argentina great day sun was out lovely ride over the andes lots of road works on the chilen side thoe the ride down to mendoza fantastic untill about 40 miles from mendoza when the bracket on my right hand pannier broke nearly had me off but a taxi driver stoped to se if he could help but i thanked him and with some staps tied it back on once in mendoza i rang carlos winstone desgens a bmw fitter that some bikes gave mke his card he came to the hotel to show me the way to his work shop what a nice guy i asked him to do a service weld the bracket back up and sort out my electical problem he said it would be ready monday moring the 11th and it was he also balenced the injectors the bike sounds better then ever he then took me on a tour of his storage units he has a collection of vintage bike like i have never seen in private hands lovedly fella
if your in mendoza and need work i can rely recomend him phone 0261 445 5471
any way i got out of mendoza about 12 oclock and headed for cordoba 1st part just streight roads through desert but then i went over el condor mountains fantastic nearly in the clouds then back down and back up again befor droping into
cordoba headed west to san fransico then found a hotel for the night in some truck stop town food bloody terrible but you have to eat something now a nice bottle of red then bed

Posted by Geoff Stacey at 01:01 AM GMT
November 05, 2013 GMT
over the mountain to osorno

set out from bariloche this morning 2/11/13 for chile over the mountain to osorno
great ride sun was out the roads 1st class met some other biker on the way but i was the only one that customs made me unpack my panniers still thats life. from Osorno head south towards puerto montt turned off at pto varas then on to ensanada where we got a cabana for the night only 10 each good value next morning i went up to the volcano loved the ride and the views but by lunch time my 2 brazilen freinds wanted to head north again as they have to be back in brazil on the 10th we went as far as los angeles 370 miles north i checked into a love motel it amotel where you take your girl freind or lover but so no one knows your there you drive your bike into a garage when you check in the lady gave me a strange look as i was on my own but it was great it had a big sunken bath which i filled and soaked in for an hour with my book and a nice bottle of red nearly steped on a scorpian when i got out so i did a 007 with my bike boots, i now know why Chile is not as bad off as Argentina the routa 5 or the pan american is a ATM there are payarges about every 40 miles and as many radar traps along it Chile should say bring cash on the 4th headed to Santiago there my frenids left me as i headed to con con when they stayed in santiago we got split up in the trafic so did not say our final goodbys. i have decided to stay in con con for a few days to rest up it has alot of memorys for me as in 2004 and 20007 sue and i stayed hear for a short time

Posted by Geoff Stacey at 06:12 PM GMT
November 01, 2013 GMT
parque nacional

25/ 10 /13 went to the parque nacional nice ride out went to the end of ruta 3 took the usual photos the park is outstanding and a plus the man on the gate did not charch me 130 pasos just waved me in met coulpe from holand with there 2 kids been here for 6 months and 2 bikers from Salta up north
26/ set off back north to get the ferry to the main land the wind was over the top
trying o blow you and your bike off the road realy bad the ride from hell dont want to do that one again when i got to the ferry there was a big que so as bikers do i went to the front there were the bikes i met the day befor there as well any way 5 hours later when the wind died down the ferry came also met geraldo and elined his wife from brazil all us then went to reo gallegos and found a cheap hotel we then went to get somthing to eat but could only drink coke as it was election weekend and nowhere can sell alcahol on election weekend the next day my new brazilien friends and i headed for el calfate found noice digs and met paulie and pablo to biker drom argentina who invited us to there hotel for dinner we all got pissed good night next day we went out to the glazier at the park what a day outstanding
realy good day saw lots of condors and the views were fantactic monday headed up the routa 40 its all that people say it is what a road if you can call it that loaded up with spare fuel cans ect nice tarmac then nothing but cravel dirt and sand for the next hundred miles hard going but the wind was only blowing abit first day did 507 mile to perito moreno tuesday it was that bad 8 hours 297 miles
and my back tyre is like a slick so much for meterlerz karoo 3 3500 mile and shot it was shot after 3000 still on to bariloche got ther thursday lunch time spent the rest of the day finding a tyre and geting some one to fit it back tyre 230 what a joke then i did an oil change on the bike , still have a small electric problen will try sort that out on friday thats all for now

Posted by Geoff Stacey at 02:09 PM GMT
October 28, 2013 GMT
puerto madryn heading south to ushuaia

it s been a while so just to catch up after puerto madryn heading south to ushuaia
at puerto santa cruz met a brazilian bike nice guy we had a few glasses of wine together next morning on thwe road again to rio gallegos once again hard riding with the wind from ther i went to the ferry that after chilie customs for about an hour not bad the ferry was a bit rough then on finaly on T DF then the tarmac ran out and dirt roads with the wind is no fun made it to san sabastian small hostil there as i was parking the bike a gust of wind blew me and tthe bike over good end to the day but the hostil was a rip off 50 dollors us and the power went off by 9 oclock do not recomend this place next morning after anothe 10 mile argentinan border low and behold tarmac on the road again made it to ushuaia about lunch time the ride was hard untill the mountains then the wind droped
any way it was time to find a hotel and reat up going out to the park tommorow

Posted by Geoff Stacey at 01:47 PM GMT
October 19, 2013 GMT
argentina

friday the 18th i lsft Benito Juraze about 9 heading south to BAHIA BLANCA full of trucks from the port not a nice place then took the 22 to roo colorado on the 251 couple of thunder storms but not to bad then back on the 3 to purto madryn
about 630 miles in all today ran off the road twice by nuty truck drivers they are biger than me so i hhad to go on the verge, About 350 miles was agross the pampas straight roads with a sea of scrub as far as you could se in any direction
the ride was boring to the bottom of the barrel did se some wild life a COUPLE OF REAS AND LOTS POF HAWKS also had a electrical problem charching light was coming on and no lights on the dash if the road is like this all the way to TDF i might head west and look for some roads with bends the road servic most of the way is like your hollding on to a jack hammer still se what come having
2 days in purto madryn one to cure the short and to go whale whaching

sat spent the morning looking for an auto electrican whent all over town
then this one garage owner took me to his friends shop across town where
he found the short cross fingers hope its ok now and the shop owner would not take any payment all the people i have met so far are so helpfull they go out of there way to be as helpfull as they can now just going to chill the rest of the day

thats all for now folks geoff the lost biker

Posted by Geoff Stacey at 06:38 PM GMT
October 12, 2013 GMT
at last ready to go

its Saturday the 12/10/13 and at last everything is done I took the bike to the airport on Monday to James cargo for shipping to Buenos Aires I follow out on the 15th its been a long time in the planning now its time to get the show on the road I cant wait there has been lots of trials to get every thing done and I have had a lot of help from friends and family so to all of you thanks .the out line of my trip is fairly lose from B/A I will head south to T DF then back up through Argentina Chile Paraguay Bolivia Peru Ecuador Columbia then on to panama from there on its se what comes. I will up date as I go with photos as well

Geoff the lost biker

Posted by Geoff Stacey at 08:58 AM GMT
 


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