Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Going to Muzaffarpur


We left as early as we could since it took a long time for our breakfast to be ready. We know that today was going to be a long ride considering the construction we saw yesterday, and the distance needed to be traveled was 320 Km.


On the way we passed Gorakhpur where we encountered a sever traffic jam, that made us go off-road to avoid sitting in the heat waiting for the traffic to clear. This also gave us confidence in our off road abilities, given that the GS is a well capable bike.



On the way as the day before we stopped at a mosque to pray, which used a hand pump from the water well to wash, and the electricity went out right after we finished our prayers.



We continued on at a good pace considering the road conditions kept changing, and managed to reach the hotel right before sunset. Once we took a look at ourselves we noticed that our faces were full of dirt due to the continuous dust from the construction roads.




8 comments:

  1. AnonymousJune 04, 2009

    poor guys .. you look like ----

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  2. Fuad Al-ShaikhJune 04, 2009

    Ali/ Muhannad: Don't cry please
    Hussain: you still cool no signs of hardship

    Good luck from Hatteen Diwaniyya

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  3. Thank you guys for your support

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  4. AnonymousJune 13, 2009

    Bu-Hasan, Wayhek sayer chenna 7akokaaaa hahaha o Mohannad, chennek sawaq tankur 6aqetaa el shams 6raqat o Bu-Ali you are the best of the worst hahahahaha

    Ako ekteshaf esmah Sun Block buy one please

    good luck

    Abdullah Al-Awadhi - Bu Sara

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  5. AnonymousJune 13, 2009

    Bu-Hasan, Sortek wentaa etghasel ehdoomek bel 6asht sakkat 3allah Video Clip Nancy 3ajram hahahahahaahh

    God Bless you all

    Abdullah Al-Awadhi Bu-Sara

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  6. AnonymousJune 16, 2009

    Hi Muhanad, my name is Betty, I am Norbert's cousin. Your mom told me about your adventure trip and we are all excited for you and your partners. I have been reading your comments regarding your experiences in every town or city you guys go thru,they are very intersting. Specially how the people greet the 3 of you and want to be part of this wonderful adventure and help you with anything you might need. It must be very comforting to find people like this on your way! Congratulations on pursuing your dream and making it come true!
    Good luck, may God Blees and take care.
    Betty Forni

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  7. Abdulla Al-AwadhiJune 22, 2009

    hey guys, we are all watching you. your trip seems to be hard and no easy, but looks like fun and i hope that you are resting plenty and enjoying each part of the world.
    God bless you all. you are in our prayers and we hope that you all stay healthy and well.
    Allah ya36eekom el 3afyah :)
    my advice to you is to go the speed limit and keep your seat belts on (hahaha) this HSE talk.

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  8. Abdulla Al-AwadhiJune 24, 2009

    Saikalcheyyah,
    please let us know how you are today. we need an update as we are a bit worries about your health and safety. Good luck and God bless.

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