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November 2014

Day 95: Now the desert can be really boring too

Today we planned to ride together with Dani. He being from Spain, has been helping me communicate; and being cheerful feller, I suppose we might have fun riding together. He showed up at 8 AM (the clock has moved forward… Continue Reading →

Day 94: Crossed the Desert, Whoopie!

This morning, the bivy setup stood up like a champ. I was pretty impressed. but then again I had 2 plants to work with, cacti or not. Anyhow, It was a warm night and I decided to wake up at… Continue Reading →

Day 93: Baja California is a bit of a time warp

Time travels at different rates here. For instance, when I am riding, time crawls around like a pregnant tortoise learning rock climbing. I’d ride for what felt like an hour and when I look at the distance, it would barely… Continue Reading →

Day 92: On why Baja is a little like George Costanza’s wardrobe

For a distant observer, the desert may look the same all over. But a keener eye would observe the variations that go with the various moods and habitats that makes what is BC. And I even rode through morning mist…. Continue Reading →

Day 91: Long climbs in the desert

I was up at midnight, suppose mostly due to the fact that I was asleep after 7 pm. It was funny to notice that the Stars had disappeared and the cloud cover had deposited some moisture on my camp. There… Continue Reading →

Day 90: Good warm up day to the impending desert

I was up at 5 as usual and it was nice sleeping under a roof again. The warmshowers hosts were pretty sweet and Lupita made some coffee for us in the morning. Myself and jean-Francois decided to leave, though it… Continue Reading →

Day 89: Loving the Mexican Hospitality

It got a bit chill in the night, but the campsite was perfect. I was up before sunrise and watched the sky turn into various hues as it came up over the hills. Jean-Francois was making some coffee and he… Continue Reading →

Day 88: It’s a love-hate affair with the Mexican roads

After the mind numbing experience from yesterday, It was nice to relax and sleep in at a hostel. The fellers were super friendly and I’d highly recommend the spot for future visitors (Ensenada hostel, probably the only one in town)…. Continue Reading →

Day 87: Nerves of Steel

It was a funny spot we chose. There was some sort of a shed in the far distance that had a big bright light pointed at us throughout the night and shutdown just before dawn. Must have been some surveillance.The… Continue Reading →

Day 86: Back in BC

Baja California, that is. So today would be the last day in the USA. I had a couple more days of visa left, but figured I might as well start on the Mexico leg soon. I’ve had a lot of… Continue Reading →

Farewell Krissi OR so long and thanks for all the tomatos

Travelling mates are a rare breed. It is so amazing to me that I have had the pleasure of meeting and travelling long haul with some of the best. Phil & Em in NZ, Andres and Chris in SEAsia and… Continue Reading →

Day 85: Odds and Ends before heading out of the USA

This morning Joon Leng invited me to his work place and I figured it would be nice to see how a proper software company functions. We drove up to his work place and along the way, grabbed a typical American… Continue Reading →

Day 83: One last campsite in the USA

I was up at 7 this morning, but with the daylight savings starting into effect, it was actually only 6 AM. Still who cares about what the clock says, Sunlight means I should be up and be cycling 🙂 We… Continue Reading →

Day 84: I still love her, even if she has a couple of teeth missing

I was up at 5 am as predicted, dang. But with the sun slowly coming up, i managed to get out of my cocoon at 6 and start on the b’fast. We had a sort of a big day today… Continue Reading →

Day 82: Travel talk, Geek talk: Awesome

I spent a long time in the evening swapping stories with David. He had ridden across Japan and it must have been fascinating to ride thro there I reckon. Japan always has a fond space in my heart and I… Continue Reading →

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