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In Yaoundé Cameroon there is a Polish mission and priest Darek has 2 Kawasaki KLR 650 motorcycles. One is 2007 with many upgrades full luggage set up and pelican cases already installed. The cases can be easily removed for local ridding or a hotel stay. The other one is mainly stock and ready to go.
The motorcycles have very low mileage and are in excellent mechanical and cosmetic condition!
If you would like to fly in to Yaoundé in Cameroon and tour this beautiful country or take the bike to neighboring ones without “carne de voyage” or shipping hassles here is your chance. For only $75/day with minimum one week for a motorcycle rental, your airports pick up and first night stay can be arranged for just additional $50. Deposit for the motorcycles is required.
We do not offer hotel Hilton environment but true African conditions, safe and friendly environment. Meals can be arranged just for $10/day. Safari, personal tours and tourist guides are also available. Here is your time to visit beautiful Africa! Do not wait forever…. Contact info: Darius Godawa
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Thanks, Darius!

Sounds most promising, a truly affordable, genuine adventure.

With freedom (as in, wife's permission), I'd certainly be interested.

I hope another inmate takes advantage of the opportunity, and shares his account and images of the journey with us!

Looks like a good setup, solo, or . . . "dynamic duo!"
 

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Thanks, Darius!

Sounds most promising, a truly affordable, genuine adventure.

With freedom (as in, wife's permission), I'd certainly be interested.

I hope another inmate takes advantage of the opportunity, and shares his account and images of the journey with us!

Looks like a good setup, solo, or . . . "dynamic duo!"
LOL Q. What's the longest sentence in the English Language? A. "I do."

Indeed this is a generous offer and an outstanding opportunity, Darius: a chance for a personal "Long Way Down" once-in-a-lifetime adventure.

I might be able to get a temporary pass from the warden here contingent upon a dramatic increase in life insurance coverage prior to the trip and the addition of large pockets on my riding jacket to carry hunks of raw meat to attract lions for "close-up photo opportunities."

Like Lonerider, I think it would be cool just to see somebody else take the trip and tell us about it. Opportunities like this one don't come along too often in life.
 
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