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We did travel extensively before this trip, mostly in touristic areas and sometimes hiking in the nature.
We did manage to find ways to get water in most of these areas, either by buying bottled water in small shops or using pills to threat the water chemically (and waiting for the it to be effective).
Using a custom-made rack for the bottle on our bikes, the Go was always accessible, enabling us to refill it even when we were standing on the bikes.
Motorcycling in hot climate, having a constant access to pure water is of prime importance.
The water from Life Straw is directly filtered, keeping its freshness.
Nothing is better than the feeling of drinking icy water from a waterfall that’s along the road.
Using the Life Straw, we forgot about all the issues that the common traveler would face when looking for water.
A great example of this was when we saw teams of travelers from the “Mongol Rallye” in Murghab, a remote village in Tajikistan.
We used three different Life Straw products on our trip across Asia and Europe: The Life Straw Steel, a metallic straw which enables you drink directly from the water source.
It is basically a bottle with a threaded cap and the filter inside.
It fills up to 650ml of water so you always have a little spare water with you.
They were lining up in front of the only shop of the village to buy large supplies of bottled water, to stock them until the next shop which was a very long distance.
What a pain this is, when the water is expensive and it will be hot in a few hours.
Most of the time they fill it from the sink and reseal the bottle to make higher margins. Then comes the nausea and the diarrhea…and you start to understand that this was no joke and you must be careful if you don’t want to spend half of your trip on the toilet.