One Trippy Adventure: Doin' it Baja (Part 7/8)


Uploaded by vice on 23.10.2012

Transcript:

ARTO: I don't care about the mileage so far.
It's been fine.
It's been fun riding.
I mean, that's been one of the most enjoyable parts of the
trip is just fucking hauling ass and just going.
And you definitely feel like a free motorcycle renegade
riding down the two-lane highway, going however fast
the bike can handle.

And just cruising around, not a care in the world.
HARVEY: You know what, man?
I kind of think Victoria and Mexico are kind of alike.
Mexico is really laid back and there's always characters
everywhere.
But approachable characters.

That one place we stopped at and the Sporsters ran out of
gas, and there was this lady living in
the middle of nowhere.
And she's got a cell phone.
And she's standing on the highway waiting for a ride.
And then probably fucking seven miles down the road,
it's the biggest city for smaller cities in Mexico.

KEEGAN: Any motorcycle trip I've ever
been on in the past--
usually I'd go on trips in the summer and it's really hot.
And we're probably not showering.
And even if I'll go on a trip and it's freezing, it just
became a thing with me and my friends.
It's like, have to go swimming no matter what.
Get in the water.
It just became this thing.
It was not an option, you know?
ARTO: That's why we came here for, is for the golden hour.
Look at the sunset.

From the dusty dust bowl, this is a
little different scenario.
I'd stay here any day.

La Paz es muy fantastico.

KEEGAN: Wow.
I can't believe it's only 5:30.
ARTO: Woke up at 6:00.
Where are we?
KEEGAN: We're already down here.
ARTO: Really?
KEEGAN: Yeah.
ARTO: We're down here.
La Paz.
How did we get from up here to down here in, what, six days?
Five days?
KEEGAN: Pretty easy.
We just didn't stop and look at anything.
We just rode.
ARTO: We just drove 95 miles per hour.
It's going to be a sad moment once we start going up.
There's no more left.
No more party.
The football season's over.
No more games.
That's it.
KEEGAN: Yeah.
It's kind of lame.
ARTO: More importantly, should we go try to
find some fish tacos?
KEEGAN: Yeah.
ARTO: Let's go.

[IMITATES ROOSTER CROWING]

[IMITATES SHEEP BLEATING]

[IMITATES ROOSTER CROWING]

[IMITATES DOG BARKING]

[IMITATES COW MOOING]
[IMITATES HORSE NEIGHING]
ARTO: Wow.

[IMITATES DOG BARKING]

[APPLAUSE]
ARTO: Muy bien.
Muy bien.
Muchas gracias.
Muchas gracias.
That thing is not much else other than
just straight tequila.

It's got a decent kick to it.
KEEGAN: Holy fuck.
ARTO: That ain't fucking around here.
Not fucking any spiders, that's for sure.
That's what I imagined Baha to be.
Hoo hoo-whoo!
Reggie, hell.
Let's go.
For this part of the video, you might need subtitles.
Because the slurring's gonna start.
KEEGAN: Things are going to get finished right here?
ARTO: Things are about to start slurring right now.
KEEGAN: What?
ARTO: I'm saying we can take a taxi cab around town and see
what's happening.

DISTORTED, SLURRED VOICE (OFFSCREEN):
Dos mas, tres mas.
Pina colada?
Muchos gracias, senor.
Uno mas.
Uno mas.
It's like a fucking Slurpee.
This is so good here.

Muy feo.
Muy feo, pussy.

Is there better pussy?
Donde esta fantastico pussy?
[GIGGLING]
No?
No hay.
No hay.
No hay en La Paz.
Aqui?
Aqui.
ARTO: [INAUDIBLE] is the one that's just chilling to the
smooth jazz, isn't it?
KEEGAN: Hey, rasta.
Rasta, mon.
ARTO: Fresh G. Just--

KEEGAN: Was that a good restaurant, or what?
ARTO: I'm thinking Reggie needs to be released.
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): What's Reggie?
ARTO: Reggie is all shaft and all balls.

Reggie is a human-sized boxer.
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): Oh.
ARTO: Let's find out.
Yeah, that's right.
Oh.
(SINGING) Oh Canada--
There's the cool kids!
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): Checking your Facebook, Bill?
ARTO (OFFSCREEN): You-- you guys are--
MALE SPEAKER (OFFSCREEN): I'm Tweeting right now.
I'm pretty much Tweeting.
ARTO (OFFSCREEN): What's [INAUDIBLE] doing?