Posted by: standing_baba | April 4, 2010

Week 44 Statistics

Stats

DATES: March 29th, 2010 – April 4th, 2010
START LOCATION: La Paz, Bolivia
END LOCATION: Caquata, Bolivia

TOTAL DISTANCE CYCLED: 178.10 miles (286.63 km)
DAYS ON BIKE: 5
AVERAGE DISTANCE PER DAY: 35.69 miles (57.44 km)
LONGEST DAY: 57.17 miles (92 km)
SHORTEST DAY: 22.79 miles (36.68 km)
TOTAL DISTANCE CYCLED TO DATE: 2,883.83 miles (4,641.08 km)

EXCHANGE RATE:

US $1 = 7 Bolivianos

TOTAL MONEY SPENT: US $68.33
AVERAGE SPENT PER DAY: US $9.76
MOST EXPENSIVE DAY: US $16.29
LEAST EXPENSIVE DAY: US $2.43
TOTAL MONEY SPENT TO DATE: US $4,730.48
TOTAL DAYS TRAVELING: 308
TRIP AVERAGE SPENT PER DAY: US $15.36

NIGHTS OF CAMPING: 4
NIGHTS IN CASAS DE CICLISTAS: 1
NIGHTS IN COUCHSURFERS’ HOMES: N/A
NIGHTS IN FRIENDS’ HOMES: N/A
NIGHTS IN STRANGERS’ HOMES: 2
NIGHTS IN FIRESTATIONS: N/A
NIGHTS IN POLICE STATIONS: N/A
NIGHTS IN HOSTELS: N/A
NIGHTS IN HOTELS: N/A

HIGHLIGHTS:

Death Roads survived: 1
Vehicles over its cliffs: 1 every 2 weeks on average
Gravestones marking accidents: too many to count
Bug bites on body: 132
Vitamin B anti-mosquito regiment: 2 tablets daily
Hikes in the mountain: 2
Rim-breaking rocks narrowly dodged: thousands
Lazy river days: 1
Ice creams eaten: 14
Bolivian ice cream recipe: frozen water & fruit juice
Length of Death Road downhill: around 45 kilometers
Minutes bike computer went M.I.A.: 53
Kids recruited to search grassy area: 2
Fruit pulled from roadside trees: 87
Percent of miles pedaled up mountains: 30%
Meals with Australians & Spaniards: 2
Spiders that snuck inside sleeping bag: 3
Internet time: none


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