25 Bagan to Yangon, last leg of the rallyThe last leg of the rally consisted of driving 600 km from Bagan to Yangon. After a very hot drive, a police escort took us through the dense Yangon traffic to our hotel. This morning we delivered the Karmann Ghia to the warehouse for shipment to Europe.
In June 2016 we will drive 15 000 km with the Karmann Ghia on the Peking to Paris rally.
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The aim of the charity is to support visually deficient people in helping them become more independent and autonomous members of society. Fondation Isee is advising families on how to deal with visually deficient children and is very active in training guide dogs. The waiting time in Belgium for a guide dog is currently two years.
Thank you to Robert who built the engine, to Jean Francois who built the suspension and to Rüdiger who supplied us with many Karmann Ghia specific parts.
Good bye Bagan
On a hot day from Bagan to Yangon