I shoved it in my tank bag where the potential for loss was very real.
We always wait and travel to the next checkpoint in a group so after some time we all loaded up and the circus rode about 50 feet before we were stopped by someone looking official.
View from the hotel resturant the next morning Nice rooms After a hard day riding on Thursday we decided to have a late start on Friday and a shorter ride to another beach hotel somewhere along the coast.
We ended up near La Libertad about 55 miles from our start point and after our usual routine finding a hotel checked into a place on the beach by PM.
The temperatures had been nearing 100 degrees F for the last few days so it was nice to have most of the day to cool off in the pool or by the beach.
We ended up getting to the border crossing about noon and started the three and one half hour process to get six motorcycles exported from El Salvador and imported into Honduras.This was the exit immigration point where we needed to get exit stamps on our passports.Once again we parked in a row and one by one stood in line at the window in shifts while someone watched our bikes.When we arrived the heavily armed guard seem shocked to have guests and eventually led us to the reception office.It became clear we were about the only guests in this rather large complex and even though we arrived well after dark we were told to wait while our rooms were prepared.