I was over speeding, it’s true.
We were three on my bike.
And all of us without a helmet.
The bike is hijacked – the police man had told me standing in front of my hospital bed.
How long will it be for? – I has asked
Forever – and he had left…
Three weeks have passed since the accident and I am now back to Familia Feliz.
The volunteers and directors of the orphanage dealed with the police and managed to get my bike back and 300 bolivianos to pay.
They had asked us 500 – commented Doru
Thanks God – I reply
Me before and after:
- 3 scars on my face
- a dislocation on my right ankle
- bruses on my knees
My bike before and after:
- Plastics to dump
- Windscreen to dumb
- Speed o meter and instruments to dump
- Radiator to dump
- Front chassis for the instrument to weld
- Front headlight to dump
- Indicators to dump
- Mirrors to dump (actually theygot lost)
- Givi cases to dump (they cracked)
- Givi supports for the cases to dump
- Right boot to dump
I’ll be here at Familia Feliz for a while, documenting the two house getting built for the donators, since the project “2 Homes for Familia Feliz Orphans”.
In case you have advice about how I could find cheap parts for my bike, plese let me know.