old bj40 shorty 27 years old and can still play with the big trucks
Here is the 1978 landcruiser were taking through Costa Rica and Panama. 4x4 and ready to roll.
Trial celebrado en la isla de Tenerife aparecen un bj40, Land Rover Defender, Land Rover Ligero y un Land Rover V8 solo en traccion trasera superando las zonas.
(The last Land Rover has broken the front axle)
Toyota Land Cruiser BJ40 V8 6.5L, Jeep Wrangler TJ suspension Rubicon, Land Rover Defender 300TDI
Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 y Patrol GR en barrizales de pruebas 4x4 en Colombia
Video de la Norte Bruta 2006 celebrada Tenerife. Las imagenes nocturnas fueron rodadas entorno a las 3 de la madrugada... la primera de las dos jornadas acabo casi a las 6:00 am.
Varios Toyota Land Cruiser 70 y 40, Land Rover Ligero y Mercedes G.
The info about where we're heading. We'll be gone for 3 weeks and are heading as far as the Nica border to Panama city. We'll be going down the Carib coast and back up the Pacific coast.
First night of camping. No food except some carrots. It started with a failed shortcut up North and ended with fresh cactus, weird beans that tasted good, and a tasty stingray provided by the ocean god.
Rainy camping at Lake Arenal and volcano views. And 4x4 mudding fun!! Driving into La Fortuna Merry Christmas.
Went up about 10000 feet to Irazu Volcano. Couldn't see a thing because of the fog, but stayed in a cool little cabin place. It was COLD!
Drove to Limon. Stopped off at a Tilapia Farm restaurant on the way and caught some fish. Limon is a nice looking town but have a bad reputation for crime and drugs. We didn't have any problems. This was the first time we saw the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica. it's a beautiful spot.
Cano Negro, the Northern Costa Rican Lowlands.Swamp and Aligators everywhere. Good times on the river. We camped out in this guy named Pedro's back yard.
Here is a whiney video with us being stuck back in Murcielago due to the darkness approaching. We just stayed there till morning and took off. We apologize for the pathetic dialog. You weren't allowed to fish here or use wood for fire. Only charcoal or gas. We didn't camp at an "official" campsite again on this trip. The howler monkey video and audio is pretty cool on this one.
Making our way further down to Panama. This is near Cahuita on the Southern Caribbean coast of Costa Rica. We went through a bit of bush and ended up on this cool coastline. It was the perfect place to camp and find some more food.
We were on a mission to find this small reservation in the Talamanca Mountain area. We had read a bit about this area on the internet and really wanted to find out more. It was pretty spiffy. This group of people has live the same way for thousands of years. Just in the last few year they've started embracing a bit of tourism. Don't know if that's good or not. But change is unstoppable.
3 days of getting lost in Panama and various fun mishaps. We couldn't wait to get back into Costa Rica. It's really starting t feel like home......well......it is home.