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Smile Travelling Mexico November 7th - heading to Central - GOOD TO BIKE WITH SOMEONE!

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Im from UK - been biking around US / Canada and crossing into Mexico November 7th .... to slowly make my way south via Central and South America

Probably passing via San diego - Tijuana ....

No time limit .... probably going to be biking down baja to do a spanish immersion course but once again - no set plans as yet

Hit me up or let me know if anyone is doing a similar trip and fancies a biking partner

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Hi, If your still around Baja Sur the first of Dec and south of La Paz contact me if you can. I will be coming over on ferry from mainland around the first of DECEMBER. Will be staying on Los Ceritos Beach south of Todos Santos, just 1 km south of Pescadero . Theres probably some spanish class in La Paz or Todos santos, i know theres a little spanish school in Pescadero, but if you can survive till Guatamala you can get what you need in Antigua(bed ,food and school for about $25.00 a day.
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Mexico

I'll be crossing over into Mexico approximately 18 Nov going to Copper Canyon area. Ping me back if you're doing the canyons about that time.

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Hey

Im from UK - been biking around US / Canada and crossing into Mexico November 7th .... to slowly make my way south via Central and South America

Probably passing via San diego - Tijuana ....

No time limit .... probably going to be biking down baja to do a spanish immersion course but once again - no set plans as yet

Hit me up or let me know if anyone is doing a similar trip and fancies a biking partner

best

efj x

Leaving Nov 7 from So Calif but headed towards crossing into Mexico thru Nogales if interested email me at mmkarbiz2@msn.com going as far south as Guadalajara
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Hi, If your still around Baja Sur the first of Dec and south of La Paz contact me if you can. I will be coming over on ferry from mainland around the first of DECEMBER. Will be staying on Los Ceritos Beach south of Todos Santos, just 1 km south of Pescadero . Theres probably some spanish class in La Paz or Todos santos, i know theres a little spanish school in Pescadero, but if you can survive till Guatamala you can get what you need in Antigua(bed ,food and school for about $25.00 a day.
getting to la paz 16th november and doing a spanish course for 2-3 weeks. i will be in la paz - todos santos for christmas and new year - then getting ferry to mazatlan.

defo up for meeting up in los ceritos

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See Ya around La Paz /Todos Santos /Los CERITOS Beach

Okay thats great let me know where your at the first week or 2 of Dec , i will be there by then.If anything I may be able to help. Take Care
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h efj i might catch up with you 1-2nd week of january in mazatlan
we'll see
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mazatlan in 2nd week of 2010

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h efj i might catch up with you 1-2nd week of january in mazatlan
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sounds great mi cabron!



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Mazatlan maybe me too

On Jan 15 I may be in on that
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Leaving San Diego in a couple of days

Hi guys,

Currently in San Diego getting some new tyres, crossing over into Baja in the next day or so and hope to get to La Paz in a couple of weeks before hitting the mainland.

Been in North America for four months now and looking forward to the trip south - hopefully going all the way! Sounds like there's quite a few of us heading that way - I'll keep an eye out.

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