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The crossing at Sixaola, on Panama’s sketchy Caribbean side, nearly got me a night in the clink. Among all the usual border stress and chaos, the office to buy the required liability insurance was closed. I’d already crossed the border bridge and was now stuck in no-man’s land, all stamped out of Costa Rica, all stamped into Panamá, but my bike wouldn’t clear customs without an insurance policy.
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