Part 2 - Taste Some Rubber, Argentine Asphalt! (Buenos Aires - Pedro Luro)
Still without the bikes, we decided to do a little more research on Argentinian life by visiting the local MC Epidemia which has a comfortable club house with vast grounds and a nice pool. A couple of hunks of charred meat and some cold beers later and we almost forget why we’re here. But the next morning the bikes have finally arrived in Buenos Aires. After uncrating them the equipment goes on the bikes. Tomorrow the End of the World Tour rolls!
It’s tomorrow now, but it’s raining buckets. So we decide to finish packing in a more leisurely manner and try to get the first photos back to headquarters in Germany. Like everything else, this is not as easy as elsewhere on this planet. Internet connections are slower here than a Servicar with a flat tyre. But, after the rain decides to call it a day, we get seriously rolling. Our first 400 kilometres are on the Ruta 3, ending with a stopover at the “La Posta del Viajero en Moto” in Azul a travellers’ must in the area. It’s a humble shack, but it’s filled with stickers, presents, graffiti, pictures and postcards from moteros from all over the world. The day ends in the now traditional manner: Asado, beer, bed.