WMDR

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WMDRWorld's Most Dangerous Road (La Paz, Bolivia)
WMDRWest Midlands Digital Radio Ltd. (UK)
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Sure, some achievements - like the five-day Salkantay hike to Machu Picchu, night trekking with creepy crawlies in the Amazon, and cycling the 'World's Most Dangerous Road' - were actual challenges, but ignoring my British aloofness to befriend strangers was an accomplishment too.
Sure, some achievements - like the five-day Salkantay hike to Machu Picchu, night-trekking with creepycrawlies in the Amazon, and cycling the "World's Most Dangerous Road" - were actual challenges, but ignoring my British aloofness to befriend strangers was an accomplishment, too.
Living out of a backpack, they hiked to Machu Picchu in Peru, cycled the world's most dangerous road in Bolivia, stayed in an ex-cartel mansion in Colombia, dived in the Bay of Pigs in Cuba, skied at Whistler in Canada and eloped in Austin, Texas.
World's most dangerous road There is off-road cycling - and then there's Bolivia's North Yungas Road.
To reach the Bolivian outfit's home ground, you need to travel on the world's most dangerous road.
They can earn a year's wages in just three months but must endure the world's most dangerous road, where any mistake could see the truck and driver fall through the ice and immediately sink to the sea bed to certain death.
IT has featured on the World's Most Dangerous Roads and popular TV show Ice Road Truckers.
It has been called one of the world's most dangerous roads for drivers.
India has some of the world's most dangerous roads with a dangerous mix of pedestrians, scooters, cars, buses and trucks jostling through choked junctions during most parts of the day.
Afghanistan has some of the world's most dangerous roads, often in dilapidated condition, and traffic rules are seldom enforced.
In Bolivia, they go down the world's most dangerous roads and take the Trans-Siberian Railway from Beijing to Moscow.
According to a report, the Kingdom has among the world's most dangerous roads. Statistics from the General Directorate of Traffic show that Saudi Arabia reports 23 deaths per 100,000 people, with an average of 19.1 road fatalities occurring daily.
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