The Livingstone Currency Bandits (part 2)

We leave livingstone and travel two days down the track pulling into the small town of Monza to change some US currency. At a local Barclays bank one of the team members asks me to exchange a $100 USD note. The teller checks all notes through the local machine only to find that the $ 100 note is a fake. It appears that the Livingstone Currency Bandits have a second scam, they have switched the orignal US $100 note with a fake note during their so called currency inspection process.

So you can rip-off a Kiwi after all.

6 Responses to The Livingstone Currency Bandits (part 2)

  1. Jodi Collings August 2, 2007 at 9:13 am #

    Gees! Grat stories you guys, keep them coming! Really enjoying catching up, checking every day or two for more of your tales!
    have fun and be careful!
    Jodi and team AMF

  2. Dave Kerr August 2, 2007 at 9:08 pm #

    Hello All. I have just finished reading both of your books and watching the DVD boy they were great. Are you doing any more? Have a great ride and keep the photo’s coming.

  3. Cookie August 3, 2007 at 6:43 pm #

    Hah, you might be able to rip off a Kiwi but it sounds as tho it wasnt your wasnt your $100….you cant rip off an Armstrong 🙂

  4. David and Linda Soulsby -Muscat August 3, 2007 at 8:21 pm #

    Gareth Jo and team.We are once again closely following your adventures and Linda is half way through your first book. We are here in Muscat (Oman) for 4 yrs which has helped us understand some of your Silk Riders challenges.We are also able to listen to your interviews with Paul,fabulous commentary. Thanks for sharing your adventures. Go safely team.

  5. Xandi August 3, 2007 at 10:57 pm #

    Hi Gareth and Jo, great to hear about your adventures. Thanks for sharing it all and looking forward to more of your adventures. Just realised you are heading on to Malawi, where my brother in law is currently working as a volunteer. The plan was for him to set up an education programme for water pumps, but I think he is doing all sorts of other jobs as well. Maybe you would like to call in to the settlement of Chitakala, where he currently works.

  6. Jeff & Carol August 22, 2007 at 5:24 pm #

    Hi Tony great to hear all is going well, keep up the comments, we enjoy reading them.
    Good luck for the rest of your journey

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