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We've been riding back and forth between the coast and the mountains since entering Peru. After some exciting scenery and serious fun in the giant sand dunes near Huacachino, we decided it was time to get back up high. Really high. The Nazca Lines were disappointing, but the road that took us away and inland from them was anything but! Immediately and without delay, we climbed 3,000 meters in 62 km (9,000 ft in 32 miles) on a perfect, gorgeous road. The great riding just doesn't stop in this country!
Get the full story by clicking here: http://hasselmann.wordpress.com/2012/03/25/getting-high-in-peru-on-our-motorbikes/
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