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Also I like to stay in the nature with my tent and feel the quiet of untouched countries.That is the reason that I make these long trips alone.I left the BMW (enforced by Touratech and MTech parts ) in Natal to be able for the next planned trip later that year.I had to go back to Germany for work.. For crossing the Atacama Desert they used gravel roads and minig roads from San Pedro de Atacama over the Salar de Atacama, Mina Escondida, Yungay (only a cemetery) to Panamericana. Purpose of travel: Discovering of land, people and nature The best: Riding on the Carretera Austral. 1st information via MRT 2nd request for update Wer hat die aktuelel Adresse oder email von Rainer Seidel zwwecks Update und Fotos für diesen Block. Riding on the lonely high Andean roads among magnificent scenery.I'll make a slide-show Useful informations and TIPS for others: learn spanish! ) - Temuco (Service for the bikes) - Santiago (Old Downtown, new back ?? ) - Pan de Azucar National Park - Antofagasta - San Pedro de Atacama (Salar, Flamingos) - Tatio Geysirs (spent the night in tent at 4200 m)- Laguna Verde/Bolivia - Jama Pass - Susques/Argentina - Jujuy - Salta - Cafayate (wineries) - Belen - Fiambala - day trip to San Francisco Pass - Fiambala - Chilecito (Carnival) - Talampaya National Park - Villa Union - Agua Negra Pass (4779 m, most beautiful Andes pass of our trip! And: kennenlernen von vielen Einheimischen und Touristen. Florian - der Kerl ist mir mit meinen Ersatzteilen abgehauen - keine schoene Sache. And: diebstahl von kamera in buenos aires und allen motorradwerkzeugen in Chile Book or publication: I'll write a book after the tour. and 24th Motorcycle Meeting for World-Travellers and used TTTräger and TTTaschen.) - Vicuna/Chile (Municipal Observatory, first and only flat tyre) - La Serena - Llayllay - day trip to Puente del Inca/Argentina (try to avoid this border station for its horribly unmotivated customs officers! Route: Valparaiso, Puerto Montt, Careterra Austral, Perito Moreno, Torres del Paine, Punta Arenas, Ushuaia, Peninsula Valdes, Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Florianopolis, Foz de Iguazu, Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Pantanal, Ride to Paraguay, Salta, San Pedro de Atacama, Valparaiso, Santiago - ca. Planned was 20.000 km The best: Cueva de las manos/cave of hands/Argentina, and: Glaciar Perito Moreno in El Calafate/Argentina, and: tatio geysires at San Pedro de Atacama/Chile, and: Foz de Iguazu/Argentinien Brasil, and: Rio de Janeiro/Brasil, and: a lot of helping hands everywhere! I'll make a slide-show Useful informations and TIPS for others: Only: MAKE IT! 1st request for update with countries before route.I sent my bike back by ship via Hamburg Süd to Germany, went by bus to Brasil (the falls in Iguazu) and back to Argentina (Buenos A.)- The best: Saltlake in Bolivia/Uyuni; the people in Argentina; La Posta de Viajeros in Azul/Argentina; geting to know a feeling concerning the word freedom!

I visited many places in Europe and also Kathmandu/Nepal in Dez 99.(fantastic tour) So I've planed a new excursion to South-America. 22.000km Purpose of travel: meeting people to understand a different culture, seeing the Andes. My bike flew with Iberia Cargo via Intime/Hamburg Route: Ecuador (Quito, the Ecuator, Banos, Cuenca) - Peru (Panamericana, Lima, Huacachina, Cuzco, Titicacalake) - Bolivia (La Paz, Oruro, P. Sajama, Oruro, Silvermines, Uyuni, Saltlake, Laguna Colorada) - Chile (San Pedro de Atacama) - Argentina (Susques, Salta, Mendoza) - Chile (Santiago, Lakedistrict) - Argentina (Lakesistrict, Bariloche, El Bolson) - Chile (Chaiten, Careterra Austral, Cochrane) - Argentina (Routa 40, Perito Moreno) - Chile (P. Torres del Paine, Street of Magelan, Fireland) - Argentina (Fireland, Ushuaia, and back on the eastcost via Routa 3, Peninsula Valdes, Buenos Aires.After 44 years - on 18th.09.2014 - I decided to stop my researches on: "How were all continents discovered 1885-2014 by motorcycle-travellers? LA - New York) - Africa - Europe (Bike by ship to Netherlands / Amsterdam - Germany / Cologne).. We rode 30.500 kms in total taking minor roads and dirt tracks where possible and avoiding highways: Chile: Santiago de Chile - Conception - Alto Bio Bio cross-country to Lonquimay - Temuco - zig-zag through the Lake District crossing between Chile & Argentina several times - south on Routa 40 in Argentina to Perito Moreno National Park - El Chalten - Perito Moreno Glacier - Rio Gallegos - cross to Chile to get to Tierra del Fuego then back to Argentina to get to Ushuaia - back to Chile to go trekking in Torres del Paine National Park - took boat from Puerto Natales to Puerto Montt - south on Camino Austral to Pichanco - back to Santiago by end of March. Transfer of a BMW GS 1150 from Germany to Brasil (Natal Rio Grande Norte). Than continuing nearly parallel to the Uruguayan border to enter Brasil at Sao Tome (Border closed by Brasilian authority due to the Movimento sim Terra)." The reason is that I have been sitting with all my passion behind the computers and reading books and articles for years day and night to come to the knowledge of these sites. Or: Sven rode with Susan Smith (British) who rode a HONDA 500 XL. Route: Europe 12.000 kms (Germany - Austria - Switzerland - Italy - Greek - Turkey ....) - Asia 15.000 kms (Iran - Pakistan - India - Nepal. Santiago - cross to Argentina - north to Paso Agua Negra back to Chile - Pisco Elqui - north to Paso San Francisco back to Argentina - north to Cafayate - Salta - Paso Sico back to Chile - San Pedro de Atacama - Iquique. Das überall freundlichen Menschen, die sehr interessiert an unserer Reise waren. Das Amazonas-Tiefland, durch das wir uns in einer fiesen Schlammschlacht gekämpft haben. So I went up catching the next possible way to get into Brasil. - Australia 16.000 kms (I flew together with bike to Darwin. Or offer names like: Darwin - Adelaide - Melbourne - Sydney ...) - North-America (I flew with bike to Los Angeles. Route: We shipped the bikes from Sydney to Val Paraiso in Chile where we got them out through the port in 1/2 day with no bribes and not much trouble. A, to Zarate to first possible direction heading north and crossing the Rio dela Plata. They look rough but work really well and we prefer them to the hard ally panniers we had before.

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