Ａｄｖｅｎｔｕｒｅｓ Motorcycle trip through Venezuela and Brazil
The electricity in Manaus only had 110 Volts (like in many Brazil citys), but now the European plug fitted again.
I stopped at the local Mercedes dealer to use the Internet and find a place to sleep using couchsurfing.org.
There I met Luiz Lauschner. Louiz was able to speak German and owned a nice restaurant in Manaus "Kasa do Alemóu" GPS 3° 5'42.51"S 60° 3'4.95"W.
He invited me to spend the night in his house. Obrigado. Later on I found out it was a well known family.
Luiz had published books and wrote columns for a newspaper and his wife was moderating a TV show.
All this seemed to jump over to me now. When I checked my E-mails again,
I found the invitation to give an interview at the radio station RPR1 once I'm back in Germany again :)
From my ex travel made I got the message he still had to wait to get new piston rings flewn in for his Kawasaki KLR 650.
Pablo (the guy my motorbike is registered on) suddenly started to beg for more money. It was so different being cut of in the tropical Amazonas Rain forest.
In the next few days my eye recovered and I could start to get ready to continue my trip.
Story about my trip on the webpage G1 of the big television station Amazonica TV .
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