Time to ship my motorbike Buenos Aires, Argentina. We took our bikes early in the morning to the Ezeiza International Airport where our bikes would be shipped from. We also met a few days ago with the people at Dakar Motos, who would be shipping our bikes, mine to Miami and Eric’s to Capetown South Africa.
My journey throughout South America was probably my toughest and anyone who has completed this trip (or not) would tell you that South America is by far the most demanding leg of this journey. I would start my South America leg by crossing the Darien Gap with the Stahlratte Sailing Ship, which transports motorbikes to and from Panama City, Panama, and Cartagena, Colombia. I would then snake my way down and across each country through Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and crisscrossing in and out of Chile and Argentina with Patagonia being the highlight of this journey. South America is one of those places everyone must explore at least once, in a lifetime, it has everything one could wish for as a Solo World Traveler by Motorbike, amazing scenery, massive mountains through the Andes, great food, gorgeous people and a wide variety of cultures and influences.