Back with one more Dakar in my backpack

It has been 20 days away, with a week of isolation in the hotel, with ten internal flights in 13 days and with moments of ups and downs,

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Reaching the end of a Dakar is not something special only for the drivers. All of us who have been part of it live our particular adventure and on the last day all emotions explode. The first thing you feel is the fatigue accumulated during two frantic weeks traveling the length and breadth of a gigantic country like Saudi Arabia. Afterwards, satisfaction at having been able to carry out work safely (beyond the threat of COVID, many things can happen). And finally, you want to go home with your loved ones, many.

It has been 20 days away, with a tedious week of isolation in the hotel while everyone celebrated the holidays, with ten internal flights in 13 days, with moments of ups and downs, but with the feeling of being in a special place. It always is, but more so this year with so many absences. Although that does not mean that we have stopped being in good company, something fundamental to have support with which to cope every day. Be that as it may, we return to Spain with José and Mari Carmen and the backpack loaded with experiences. Another year it was a pleasure to tell you. It has been tough, but more satisfying than expected. You have to know how to turn the tables ...



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