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Step 3 of 3 and nearly all is complete

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Ahoyhoy fellow Blightyists, I hope you’re well. I am because I am at home on my sofa with my amazing and beautiful fiancee Sam. I am one happy Tigger.   Sir Humphrey and I flew home with British Airways and…

Step 1 of 3 complete

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I wasn´t sad to him like this at all but excited that we were another step closer to pulling into MAGPAS at the BP petrol station in St. Neots and being officially finished.…

Big water times three

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Ahoyhoy,   I think I left you as I left Campo Grande. My I was neverous for a long time waiting for something to go wrong with Sir Humphrey but we soon got used to each other again. We made…

Goofing off in Georgetown

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Goofing off in Georgetown Ahoyhoy there, I managed to complete my one major job for the day and sort Sir Humphrey’s rear puncture. The patch had completely come off – well it was my first innertube repair! New one fitted…

Back, forth and no progress

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Ahoyhoy there intercybermeganetatronamaticists.com, I am alive but alas still in Georgetown, Guyana. No disrespect to Guyana but I rather hoped to be blogging to you from Suriname now. Anyway….. At Iwokrama lodge I packed up my tent having slept through…

Gran Sabana. To, in and through.

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Ahoyhoy friends and family new and old,   I am delighted to be sharing my adventure with so many great people. I left you in Puerto Ordaz with Anmar and her family. I still haven´t seen the newspaper article. The…

George

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Hi George, GPS looks right to me. I only travelled about 80miles yesterday 26-3-12 from Cuidad Bolivian to Puerto Ordaz then had to stop because of my chest pain. I went from Caracas to Puerto Cruz on 24-3-12 and Puerto…

Back on the press junket

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Ahoyhoy peeps,   How is Blighty (question mark). no question mark key on this ´puter alas.   Anyway after recovering my breath at the house of Anmar and her family I was asked if I would do an interview for a…

Venezuelans are the best.

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Ahoyhoy to all my friends around the world as I know the blog now has a small but international audience,   I would like to say to start that I love you all. I am in that sort of mood…

Last bit of Columbia

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Ahoyhoy folks, Just a quicky. I`m ok but I might have two broken ribs after a slight accident. I am the worst motorcyclist. Worry not family, all is fine. I am on my new pal Yorgin`s mac and in return…

Near death, gold & salt

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Ahoyhoy wonderful UKers and commenters, Thanks for all the comments and keep them coming, I love them. Carl – the church was finished in 1949 or 50 I think having been rebuilt. I left Prof Alvaro´s house at 6.30am and…

Ecuadoritos

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Ahoyhoy UK, This is Ecuador calling. Repeat Ecuador calling. Goodish news with respect to Sir Humphrey. As so often is the way one can´t get what one wants but one can get what one needs. I still cannot remove the…

Liman Rubber

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Ahoyhoy, Well good news. I have spent a lot of money but hopefully have what I need if not what I want. Barbacci motors were open after our last chat and I´ve aquired two Continental TKC 80 rears, unknown brand…