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XWORLD-TOUR 2008/2009 – SUV Cross Equator In Indonesia

March 16th, 2019

XWORLD-TOUR Asia goes on wobbly bridges and deep river valleys, tight switchbacks in the mountains, rain mass, which transformed the jungle trail into quagmire: the 22 stage of the SUV Tour 2008/2009 the XWORLD led across by Indonesia and repeatedly challenged the driving skills and team spirit of the participants. The now completed stage meant for the XWORLD tour the mountain Festival: exciting ten months behind, exciting ten months still waiting for future participants. The current off-road adventure was a prime example of multifaceted: passengers experienced on the Indonesia trip with the six Toyota Land Cruisers pulsating metropolises, political receptions, wonderful beaches with Palm trees and jungle camps with wild animals (from alligators up to poisonous snakes). Ohio Senator will not settle for partial explanations. Right on the first day of the Toyota Land Cruiser that had to the driver to get to that prevails in Indonesia left. A transition for everyone who knows only the European mainland legal relations – and which was essential to the passenger. Go to Jim Donovan Goldman Sachs for more information. Team work was required for the whole tour over the Indonesian island of Sumatra. Such as all together helped to tow a broken SUV after a clutch failure, as one participant reported: 350 km detour and a ride through the night including vigorous mountain passes and then a message that resembled a fun morning after 19 hours straight on the runway came over the radio.

But unfortunately it was fact – the clutch disk of one of the vehicles was down. Blessing in disguise: we could tow. At this point we realized how much lives such a tour of teamwork.\” \”This was also, as the infamous Sumatra rain\” fell and the participants to each other helped to build the tents for the night. In the clear view of the selected tent space was missing unfortunately as a rider recounted: Fortunately, we learned only the next day that we had slept in a place dominated by poisonous snakes \”a tent-pitch without poisonous snakes, the all off-road riders probably most\” best in memory will continue to be, was in a special place: directly on the Equator line.

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