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Thread: The America’s: North to South or South to North?

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    Bloody Hell!
    What is GDPR?
    I’ll have to hope it gets done by then or skip the US.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gbags View Post
    Bloody Hell!
    What is GDPR?
    I’ll have to hope it gets done by then or skip the US.
    Don't worry mate, it will be sorted and I have just found a mexican company who will do 3rd party cover so you will be able to get something. PM me if you want details.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt Bilco View Post
    I should be sorted by the time he gets there.
    I hope so and apologies if I’ve caused you any anxiety but better to be forewarned IMO.

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    Phew. Thanks boys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gbags View Post
    Phew. Thanks boys.
    I sent you a pm with a link mate.
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    Hi Boys,

    I’ve just returned, seven months and about 25,000 miles later, so I now have some opinions.
    Two Germans who became our friends rode north to south. They started in Alaska but fled south as it was far too cold. They also missed Patagonia for the same reason. They had a great trip but missed, in my opinion, the best two parts.
    We flew into Chile early on in the spring and had the whole of Patagonia to ourselves. Hardly any tourists, the ferries were half empty, the weather was marvellous.
    We were very lucky there but by the time we got to Colorado, in the US, it was March and freezing. We were months to early for Alaska. I really loved Chilean Patagonia though so I’m happy. We turned east into the southern states and came up that way, which was lovely. By May it was still zero degrees in Ontario so we flew home.
    Mexico and Central America was hot! 42 degrees in Jan/Feb so we fled nudist Zipolito, back up into the hills. Shame though. Some of the views were spectacular!

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    Well done. I started in Buenos Aries in November and arrived in Ushuiai in January, North to Columbia by April. Flew bike Bogota to Miami. Around the USA/Canada then Prudhoe Bay by end of June (the officer on the Canada/Alaska border gave me another three months). New York in August then home. Worked out well.

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