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Craig Frew | 12:43 UK time, Friday, 30 October 2009

Mark took a day off the bike yesterday and headed into the depths of the Panamanian jungle, where he made some new friends called Yahoo and Google.


After spending some time with the rescued howler monkeys, Mark took a 15km trip further into the jungle to a native Ngobe-bugle Indian village to meet the locals.

Check out the rest of his pictures from his day in the rainforest on the flickr stream.

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  • 1. At 6:37pm on 30 Oct 2009, metalmikeonhisbike wrote:

    Great stuff, this will be good to see in your doc next year.

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  • 2. At 10:40pm on 30 Oct 2009, Jamie Tabb wrote:

    Definitely my favourite update.

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  • 3. At 08:30am on 31 Oct 2009, geegeedee wrote:

    Fantastic footage, Mark. But I wonder if with the beard and hair they thought they had met a long lost relative!

    Stay safe and keep up the good "work"

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  • 4. At 2:43pm on 06 Nov 2009, snaphappy wrote:

    I cannot believe just how far you have gone! Any idea what the mileage is so far? I do not know how you manage to do those relentless miles every day!

    Cannot wait to see your pics that you have taken while travelling the Panama Canal, something that I never managed to do when I was in Panama in 1980! Did manage to see the Miraflores Lock, and one other - the name of which escapes my memory!

    Keep safe, and I will catch up with you again in Ushuaia!

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