Today we traveled 200 kilometers through beutiful serpentine roads surrounded by a rich fauna. Little cow families was hiding from the rain under the cork trees, just like Ferdinand. We arrived to Zahara de la Sierra, located in the heart of the Grazalema Nature Reserve.
Today was a rainy day so we left the bikes at Paz´s house and played around with his Land Cruiser on the muddy roads of Costa del Sol. Domingo Paz took us to some good places close to Tarifa. The first one was another fantastic lunch restaurang, “El Pozuelo”. The second place was a BMW
“To be is to do”—Socrates. “To do is to be”—Jean-Paul Sartre. “Do be do be do”—Frank Sinatra.
Vanity made me change the windshield of my GS 800. The Desierto shield from Touratech is now mounted and it turned out it eliminates wind and turbulent as well as it gets a facelift.
Domingo Paz is a spanish diver. He repair and inspect big vessels from under the surface. His house is placed on top of a hill with views of Gibraltar and Africa. 7 dogs welcomes us when we arrive to his house. All seven have a awful background but Paz saved them from the streets and
No problem to add extra luggage to the bikes. Almost ready for take off. First stop, our friend Domingo Paz in Tarifa.
Motoadventours.com is owned by Hana Ptackova from Czech Republic. She organize adventure tours mainly in Spain and Morocco. Her garage is located in Coin, Spain. We choose to store our bikes here until today when our journey continues. The garage is located at N 36 39.650`, W 004 44.037. Motoadventours is currently a BMW international
Jonas and I are flying to Malaga to pick up our bikes and start a adventure in the southern parts of Spain and Portugal. Stay tuned 🙂