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By Tim Travis

ISBN-10: 0975442732

ISBN-13: 9780975442739

Tim and Cindie's all over the world bicycle traveling adventures keeps during this moment e-book approximately exploring South the United States. This a part of the adventure used to be much more difficult with the top mountains, coldest nights, and the main harmful events but.

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Months on the road had taught me to be more like the rural farmers of Ecuador - content with what I had. 39 Tim and Cindie Travis The rain made the ground muddy and not conducive to camping, but we had to ride on and look for any place to set up for the night because it was getting late. I had read somewhere Ecuador was the most densely populated country in South America, and this rang true as people were living everywhere we looked. It was hard enough to take a bathroom break without being seen; stealth camping in this area looked impossible.

He was true to his word and dropped us off at a flat area with a fine view of the smoking volcano, molten lava running down the side of its volcanic cone. Flowing rivers of fire seemed to be an arm’s length away. It rained hard in the middle of the night, but this time we knew where the floor leaked and made some temporary fixes. In the morning, it was still raining and now the roof was starting to leak. As it continued to rain late into the next night, we made the best of being stuck in our leaking tent.

The local bike riders were proud we had chosen their country for cycling. We discussed their bike club and riding in Ecuador in general. They had the same concerns as riding enthusiasts back home, including better road conditions and rights for cyclists. At the final stop, we asked for directions south. Several cyclists on sleek expensive road bikes offered to lead us through the back streets to the edge of town, and together we weaved through the city on secondary roads. Before we knew it, we were rotating through a pace line, just like on a training ride back in the States!

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