This morning my stomach wasn’t feeling good, so we left Mom’s and my bike in the village and took a bus up to Pimampiro, where we are going to stay for long time, while Dad and Daryl ride up here. Later, me and Mom will go back down and ride it.
At the border we met these two friendly Canadians that gave us a ride to Pimampiro. After they agreed, me and Mom went and got something to eat while they filled out all the paperwork for the car. This happened to be the only country that they didn’t have to pay to get into – or so it seemed.
In the next city, they looked for a car insurance place and Mom looked for a bank to get some money. Jonathan got out of the car with Mom and Andrew and I drove away. After a while we started looking for them.
A little while later, Andrew was looking down a street when the car in front of us suddenly stopped. Boom! We crashed right into it. Right next to a police car. Luckily we were going slow so that it wasn’t a very sudden stop in which you go flying. The bad news is that Jon had all the papers for the car. After a while Andy paid $80 and got away without them even asking for insurance.
A little while later we found both Mom, who had found a bank, and Jon, who didn’t get insurance. Oh well, they didn’t need the insurance in a crash, so why would they need it anywhere else?
We ended up in Pimampiro after a very long day.