Loved the video, maybe no so much the singing tho! Croc's look scary, but no nearly as much as Gino :-) Glad to see you got flowers in your hair although a bit to go yet to San Fran. Looks like you both are having a ball, slumming it in all these hotels and pools wi sunshine an Tequila, it's a hard life. Keep up the great blog, and video's , safe ridin. Malky.
That was my best singing voice too! Aye hard life right enough! Not that far from San Fran now, less than 1000 miles so next door really!CheersGino & Fiona
Thats Awesome! Thanks for posting... and that "way to san jose" used to be one of my favorite oldies... until now! hehe. please leave "the girl from ipanema" alone! good to see you two doing well, take it easy! Cheers, Don
Cheers Don, not much more singing to come, I don't plan a change of career to entertainment yetGino & Fiona
Haa haa! actually Gino, your singing isn't bad... I can see you with a pint or two and a karaoke! I guess I'm just jealous; I didn't here Fiona complain about it the way mrs. O suffers when I try my best cab calloway or johnny hartman! (after a pint or few!) Cheers, Don btw... where are you staying in san francisco?
Hey Don, cheers, we are with a former collegue in San Ramon (I think)
Hi Gino, Hi Fiona, fab video from Eric in NYC. Aye we're baith oan thi same continent noo. A'hve been lookin oot fur ye tae, but no seen ye so far. Seriously the video is great and as I think we said to you before feels just like being on the journey with you. I have to disagree with the previous comment about the singing, mind, we didnae hae the sound oan! Malcolm and myself were also on BM's last week, we rented a F650GS and a F800ST and had a wee tour of Vermont and NY State and stopped by the British bike shop (Classic Bike Experience) at Essex junction. Row of Commandos being readied for the road and we had a wee look on the computer there with the owner to see how you two were progressing. As I am such a Luddite with all this electronic communications I couldn't find your email address, hence this my first blog posting, hope it works? All the best for a continued and successful trip from us all in the Big Apple. We are heading back Monday so I guess we won't see you now?Eric
Hola Eric, Good to hear from you, thanks for the comments, I need to look that place up when we get over that side, crossed the border last night, long day, long story, I'll blog it when I get a moment. Heading to a bike shop in Dan Diego this morning.Take it easy loonGino & Fiona
Hi Guys, Just got back from our trip to Cabo. Glad you enjoyed your stay in Loreto and we really enjoyed having you here. It's not often we get to blather and booze with like minded folk from back home. Patricio says Muchas Gracias for his early birthday present - that was very generous of you. We really liked the pics from Santa Rosalia Gino. Don't know how you managed to make the place look so...so...unlike a dusty old mining town in Baja - you're a miracle worker with a camera mate! Have a great time in Gringolandia ! Love Norma & Kieran
Hola Kieran & Norma and of course Paricio, We had a fantastic time at your place, really enjoyed the crack and the food. I was trying to get a job for the Santa Rosalita tourist board ha ha.Its different up here, nobody understands our English ha haRegardsGino & Fiona
As ever great video, we'll all be missing you both at the European NOC rallies this summer.Life will be easier for you now in USA, don't know how you keep your patience at those border crossings.Best wishes, Alan.
Hi AlanGreat to hear from you, we will miss the banter, really pissed at missing the National & International this year I bet they are great. Patience isn't my thing but no choice In South 7 central AmericaRegardsGino & Fiona