Saturday, July 01, 2006

Bolivian road: you take the risk?

Bolivian road
Bolivian road
Bolivian road
This is a road in Bolivian mountain. It is easy to see the danger but maybe the truck drivers doesn’t care about their life or most probably they don’t has any other chance to earn some money.



Bolivian road
Bolivian road


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52 comments:

Anonymous said...

holy shit

Anonymous said...

hmmm i wonder how many have fallen off...

Anonymous said...

fuck that!

Anonymous said...

where is this place at

Anonymous said...

bolvia you fucking moron

Anonymous said...

ROFLMFAO @ "where is this place at"

just me said...

come on ppl... don't start non sense discussions

Anonymous said...

tokyo drift that shit

-the tussin

Anonymous said...

I just shit!

Anonymous said...

i eat pigeons

Anonymous said...

das strasse ist das, ja du weist das shon, DAS BUGABOO!

Anonymous said...

I fap to midgets.

Anonymous said...

cut my wrists and black my eyesssssssssssssssssssssssssss

Anonymous said...

damn knucka!!!! w00t entensity.net!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Jamm þetta er hættulegt!

Anonymous said...

Er þetta ekki svipað á austfjörðum ?

Gutti said...

Jú þetta er alveg eins og fyrir austann, bara aðeins fleiri tré

Anonymous said...

ekki líkt eins og hér fyrir austan sko. Mikið mjórri vegir þarna og ekki eins bratta og langt niður hér

Anonymous said...

þetta er alveg einsog á íslandi á sumum stöðum ef þú keyrir ekki einsog mongólíti þá er engin hætta

Anonymous said...

Rólegir að segja að þetta sé eins og á austfjörðum.. skulið að prófa að hjóla þennann veg.. skal lofa ykkur að þið þorið ekki að líta niður.... ég gerði það og síðan byrjaði ég að hjóla aftur en það var scary.... venjulega fer ein rúta á mánuði útaf þessum vegi...

Anonymous said...

"Er þetta ekki svipað á austfjörðum ? "
býst við því að þetta hafi verið spaug krakkar ;)

Anonymous said...

This is a road in Bolivian mountain. It is easy to see the danger but maybe the truck drivers doesn’t care about their life or most probably they don’t has any other chance to earn some money.



Was the person that posted that a retard.. cause the end doesn't really make too much sence

Anonymous said...

þetta er SVIPAÐ og á austfjörðum..sérstaklega skriðurnar..það er rosalega leiðinlegt að keyra þær..

Anonymous said...

Hm, ég veit ekkert hvernig Austfyrðirnir líta út. En þetta er fucking scary shit maður!!
Hverjum dettur í hug að KEYRA þessa leið?:S

Anonymous said...

ég hef keyrt austfirðina og það er eins og að keyra á þýskum autobana miðað við þetta

Anonymous said...

Þetta er örugglega meira í líkingu við gamla Ólafsfjarðarmúlann áður en göngin komu. Eða hvað?

Anonymous said...

Ég bý nú bara í Grafarvogi, en ég keyri stundum mosfellsdalinn... og það er sko scary shit!

haaaaaaaaaa xD

Anonymous said...

douche bags

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fag.

Anonymous said...

"This is a road in Bolivian mountain. It is easy to see the danger but maybe the truck drivers doesn’t care about their life or most probably they don’t has any other chance to earn some money."


Who ever wrote that needs serious help. Bolivia is a third world country, and that road is the only way to get to other places. I know this because I was born there, but grew up in the states. This person should get their fucking facts straight.

But yeah. Scary. When people pass, they change lanes so the driver is on the edge of the road, so they make sure their tires don't go over the edge, and that there's enough room to pass.

Anonymous said...

skriðurnar eru ekki á austfjörðum fífl!

Anonymous said...

hafiði prófað að keyra á ströndum og þar? það er scary... þetta reyndar líka...

Anonymous said...

yo, 5th post down. U fucking moron, u spelt bolivia wrong. Dumbass.

Anonymous said...

djöfull getur sumt fólk verið heimskt. "Er þetta ekki svipað og á austfjörðum" Er ekki betra að fólk ferðist út fyrir elliðár áður en það kemur með svona comment. Helv. Reykjarvíkurpakk

Anonymous said...

sammála síðasta ræðumanni

Anonymous said...

all of you are a buncha faggots for fighting online, in real life u all are lil bitches. haaaa, anyway scary shit.

Anonymous said...

Jájá... margir af gömlu vegonum á vestfjörðonum voru mun verri en þetta... Bara búið að laga þá flesta nú í dag.

Anonymous said...

jájá það getur verið en það eru engir vegir svona á austfjörðum heldur :)

Anonymous said...

Ég get ekki leynt brosi eftir hvernig þessar samræður hafa þróast.

Anonymous said...

ég mundi segja að þetta sé landshlutarígur :) sem við austfirðingar eigum svo mikið af eins og væntanlega flest sveitafélög... en það er samt staðreynd að það er ekki einn einasti vegur svona á austfjörðum... kannski frekar á suð-austurlandi þar sem skriðurnar eru :)

Anonymous said...

MJÓIFJÖRÐUR REPRESENT!!!

Anonymous said...

hey vó... það er klárlega ekki svona ekki einusinni líkt

Anonymous said...

thats pretty awesome

wierdo said...

y are you guys typing in jibberush up there?

Anonymous said...

no :) we're fighting in icelandic :)

Anonymous said...

I wonder if they have good herb in Bolivia. It's so lush.

Pons said...

I was in Kashmir (India), the roads are just as narrow. But the drop is higher :)

Anonymous said...

This is the road from La Paz to Coroico. I've biked down hill for 70 Km to the end.
Belive me most the scary part is coming back overnight on a bus driven by a drunk man...
Along that way you can see 100s or marks where people... made mistakes!

Priceless!

Anonymous said...

You must to be Nikki Lauda :)

Anonymous said...

They must be crazy!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Dan said...

I lived in Bolivia for 2 years and only took 2 roads like those ones, but let me tell ya, it is scary! I went in the middle of the night and I couldn't sleep the entire time because looking over the edge all I could see were clouds and a seemingly endless abyss. But it's the only way to travel besides flying, which isn't always a possibility.

Ken Conklin said...

This is the North Yungas Road. Like the biker said, it goes from North La Paz to Coroico.
The new highway (much safer) is almost built, but the truckers prefer the old road. There is a river accessible by the old road, where they can cool off their overheated engines.
These trucks sometimes carry 30 workers or so, which is the reason for the high mortality rate of about 200 a year.
More info here: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yungas_Road