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Thread: Riding into the sky at 16,500 feet.....Altiplano, Bolivia

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    Wow! Makes my planned jaunt to Wales seem rather er lame.... Well done you guys - you are truly having an adventure and the pictures are just amazing.

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    Truely awesome pictures

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    pictures made me go all tingly and suddenly hate my job

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    Hi Simon

    Ive been an advertising photographer for the past 15 years.
    Just wanted to say
    Great shots
    Good luck

    Rich

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    Inspiration indeed...

    Once again, stunning pics, great emotive text. Pure inspiration!

    What else can I say, except looking forward to following in your wheeltracks...

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    Just caught this thread. Those photos are the best I've seen. Ever. WOW.

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    The fantastic Journey!Best Photos!Nice Job!

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    Hopefully going to the altiplano in January....can't wait!

    astonishing pics.



    (shame I won't be with the bike....)

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    Smile regards, Challenger (a CHINESE teacher)

    Thank you for your photos!

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    Riding into the Sky...part 2

    Ha, just re found this thread after a little surfing...

    Lisa and I are just prepping some photos for a magazine article in the USA and thought I'd share them here.

    These were taken during our ride through the Altiplano(approx' 16,500 feet alt.) in Bolivia but we'd simply not got around to looking at them let alone posting them anywhere.

    Right now we're in the States trying to sort out shipping ourselves and the bikes to Japan and then onto Eastern Russia and Mongolia.


























    Hope you enjoyed.
    You can check out more at http://www.2ridetheworld.com

    Cheers
    Simon
    Ride Far, Ride Safe...

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    hmmm very average

    Fabulous images and good luck with the east - west leg, look forward to following your adventures - and maybe picking up some hints for a little way in future

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    ...bloody hell hello Fritz, how are you stranger.

    Good to hear from you, hows blitey treating you, when are you coming back out??

    Cheers
    Simon T
    Ride Far, Ride Safe...

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    Quote Originally Posted by simon thomas View Post
    ...bloody hell hello Fritz, how are you stranger.

    Good to hear from you, hows blitey treating you, when are you coming back out??

    Cheers
    Simon T
    If you take your relaxed pace on the next leg maybe we'll meet mid-stans Not off for some time yet but next for real
    I'll bob you a email this eve

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    That's terrific Simon and Lisa ... thanks for sharing it with us

    You've just succeded in getting Sue (Gracy) and myself 'champing at the bit' again

    All the best to the both of ya ...

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