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Ronda & Gibraltar

Ronda & Gibraltar

Now it is time to get serious. We had all our bikes packed up and were ready to go, but the 1200 GS and the 800 GS needed some new tires. Again thanks to Agustin for connecting us with the tire shop. That was all done by 10 am and so we had a short 80 km ride to...

Reizen op papier

We hebben een TomTom. We hebben een Pioneer ingebouwde navigatie. En we hebben een Garmin plotter / onderzeeër gebruiksvriendelijk / moeilijk / fancy spancy apparaat. Dit alles om te navigeren. Nou zal dat met die eerste 2 nog wel lukken, maar daarmee komen we hooguit...
Campervan Train

Campervan Train

In 1956 the French left Morocco after 44-years of occupation but recent times have seen a new invasion; from the Southern Spanish Ports they come in their thousands, a campervan cavalcade marching to a victory of sunshine and low-cost campsites. Throughout natural...
Day 6

Day 6

Friday 9th December 2011 Benjarife.    Slow, easy start today. We had noticed an oil leak looking like it was coming from the transfer gearbox so visited a local mechanic to get it checked over before the real trip begins. Fortunately, the leak seems negligible and...
Maroc

Maroc

Day 30-34: North eastern MoroccoEven though the cross over the Channel of Gibraltar was very short, the difference compared to the other side is significant. Ceuta is officially still Spain so the border is just outside of town. As soon as we get there we’re crowded...

Gibraltar

Gibraltar 14TH July Now we finally know why it is unequivocally described as the ‘rock’ of Gibraltar.  An impressive sight from the mainland, for the Ancient Greeks and Romans, it was one of the two Pillars of Hercules, marking the edge of the ancient world. We cross...

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