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Malaysia: Getting Your Motorcycle Onto The Ferry, The Hard Way

7
February
2014
  Posted at 08:00:00 AM
  File under  Entertainment Travel
  Author: Mike Werner
  Location: Normandy, France
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Normally when you use a ferry, you ride your motorcycle onto the boat, park it, secure it and then enjoy the journey. Simple, and it's what we are used to. But in Sarawak, Malaysia Click for map it's a different story.

There, to take the ferry apparently, you need to climb some stairs to get to the boat, and there's no way you can reach it with your bike, so the locals do what they can do get on the boat; they carry their motorcycle/scooter onto the boat.

Motorcycle Carry On Ferry

Motorcycle Carry On Ferry

Motorcycle Carry On Ferry

They can be lucky they don't ride a Gold Wing or Big Hoss.

Via: Kakimoto



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