my Bike and the Boat, what a team!
Peggy the morning we left the port
Mike our skipper, a funny guy!
How my bike is travelling...
Bahia Los Muertos, our place to wait for 2 days
Life asa skipper is really hard...
Thanks for having me! what a trip!
Puerto Vallarta... no comment
a little bit away form the center you can find really quite beaches
little tiendas in every street
The Logo is in every town that has a touch of tourism in MExico
Tortilleria and the courier
80ies Arcade Games for the Kids
And up it goes... 4WD Trucks for the Public transport
Crossing some little streams
camping in the wild
Resting under trees
the maximum comfort we could find. Tiendita at the roadside
Ranchero with his nameless Donkey
It was hot and I was thirsty
crossing another river
and down it goes
they are definetly not used to bikes
and the streets are not made for rain
Tortilleria in Talpa de Allende
At the Mercado in Talpa
climbing out of town... Phillipp has to fight
made it to the top
View back down into the Talpa Valley
Camping at the Bomberos in Ameca
skeptical look... Belve in a bikeshop
meet and greet with some Horse pilgrims... including sitting on a horse!
Guadalajara, lots of old cars around
Infront of the Cathedral they sell religious kitsch
in one of the mercados
packed and narrow... fascinating
I love the Style of these Warehouses for everything and full of heart
Hard work at the Casa de Ciclista
in Tlaquepaque´s Streets
Mariachis at work
Time to say byebye, with Mario and Antoine from France
they give advocats tipps in the streets
On our way out of town we crossed these Canyon
and then gravelroad, yeah!
be prepared! local with his pump...
Campsite in a village along the road
Agave, the stuff Meycal and Tequila is made of
Advertisement is painted directly to the walls...herefor Banda Groups
Daily Routine at the Bomberos in Leon
there is alwaystime for a good read
behind Leon we tried some small roads and ended up on fragile bridges
and also these one
A Guitar player trying to earn some money
I strawled hours and hours through the alleys
alwaysa new look
the former river was transformed into a subterrain road
meanders through the historic center
homeless people also in Mexico
Shopping oin the Mercado
growing up the hills
in one of the countless churches
up the hills in the narrow alleys theyuse traditional techniques
fighting ourselfs out of town, uphill!
view down into Guanajuato
on top of the first hill!
Mine workers waiting for their transport to work
this guy was definetly pissed!
awaiting him on the top
blocky road downhill
Almost made it
San Miguel de Allende
Banda before work
indigenous people try to sell in the street
Mariachis playing at every corner
And weddings taking place
need a hat?
The cathedral at night
Rescue mission on the roadside
nice mural on the side of the road
always time for a chat
It´s getting uglier
these family is collecting rubbish
Break at a torta Stall (some kind of super tasty sandwich)
Made it! Zocala in the Heart of Mexico City