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eric784
post Mar 1 2010, 12:06 AM
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I am considering making a road trip to Belize and Honduras and would prefer to drive. Everyone i talk to says its crazy. I would a be driving alone with my dog.a little information about myself i am a 26 year old white male and know just enough spanish to get me by in california. I know Mexico isn't the safest place to travel right now but was wondering if anyone has any recent experience with this and has any recommendations. How dangerous will it actually be?
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post Mar 7 2010, 12:18 AM
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QUOTE(eric784 @ Mar 1 2010, 12:06 AM) *

I am considering making a road trip to Belize and Honduras and would prefer to drive. Everyone i talk to says its crazy. I would a be driving alone with my dog.a little information about myself i am a 26 year old white male and know just enough spanish to get me by in california. I know Mexico isn't the safest place to travel right now but was wondering if anyone has any recent experience with this and has any recommendations. How dangerous will it actually be?


Hey Erik,

My name is Trae. I'm hardly 21 years old and am a female driving from Canada to Mexico City also alone, also with my dog, leaving in one week. Yes, it's not safest trip in the world, but if you've got some street smarts and do your research, you'll be fine. The violence is generally compressed into specific areas so you just read up on where to avoid, for example, Cuidad Juarez border cross/Chihuahua. If you want to talk, hit me up.
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QUOTE(eric784 @ Mar 1 2010, 12:06 AM) *

I am considering making a road trip to Belize and Honduras and would prefer to drive. Everyone i talk to says its crazy. I would a be driving alone with my dog.a little information about myself i am a 26 year old white male and know just enough spanish to get me by in california. I know Mexico isn't the safest place to travel right now but was wondering if anyone has any recent experience with this and has any recommendations. How dangerous will it actually be?


Hi Eric,

I've driven from San Diego all the way down to the Guatamalen border, over to the Yucatan, and into Belize and then back home to San Diego twice over the past 18 months and had an amazing trip. Not one problem. Stick to the toll roads, which are great if not a little pricey, and you will be just fine. With all the media sensatonalism over the cartel wars and swine flu, you're sure to get some fantastic deals down there and the people are never more happy to have you. Check out my blog if you want some ideas for stops.

Good luck and spread the word about your trip to stop the travel ignorance about Mexico!

Joel
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QUOTE(eric784 @ Mar 1 2010, 12:06 AM) *

I am considering making a road trip to Belize and Honduras and would prefer to drive. Everyone i talk to says its crazy. I would a be driving alone with my dog.a little information about myself i am a 26 year old white male and know just enough spanish to get me by in california. I know Mexico isn't the safest place to travel right now but was wondering if anyone has any recent experience with this and has any recommendations. How dangerous will it actually be?




Hey! I am making the drive next month with some buddies, starting from San Francisco and ending in Costa Rica, or possibly Panama. Ive talked to many people who have made the trek, and although Mexico and parts of Central America are/can be sketchy right now, its not nearly as dangerous as the media portrays. There is tons of good advice, primarily not driving at night or in known troubled areas. Go for it! Keep me informed, as im definitely interested in meeting or traveling with others along the way. Cheers!
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QUOTE(eric784 @ Mar 1 2010, 01:06 AM) *

I am considering making a road trip to Belize and Honduras and would prefer to drive. Everyone i talk to says its crazy. I would a be driving alone with my dog.a little information about myself i am a 26 year old white male and know just enough spanish to get me by in california. I know Mexico isn't the safest place to travel right now but was wondering if anyone has any recent experience with this and has any recommendations. How dangerous will it actually be?


Eric,

Did you make the trip? My girlfriend and I are taking off from Nicaragua and heading through Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala and Mexico. Going to follow the Mex200 all the way, unless we hear otherwise.

How did your drive go and what route did you take? Any recommendations with respect to border crossings, places to avoid, places to hit, etc?

Thanks,

Nic
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QUOTE(traermc @ Mar 7 2010, 01:18 AM) *

QUOTE(eric784 @ Mar 1 2010, 12:06 AM) *

I am considering making a road trip to Belize and Honduras and would prefer to drive. Everyone i talk to says its crazy. I would a be driving alone with my dog.a little information about myself i am a 26 year old white male and know just enough spanish to get me by in california. I know Mexico isn't the safest place to travel right now but was wondering if anyone has any recent experience with this and has any recommendations. How dangerous will it actually be?


Hey Erik,

My name is Trae. I'm hardly 21 years old and am a female driving from Canada to Mexico City also alone, also with my dog, leaving in one week. Yes, it's not safest trip in the world, but if you've got some street smarts and do your research, you'll be fine. The violence is generally compressed into specific areas so you just read up on where to avoid, for example, Cuidad Juarez border cross/Chihuahua. If you want to talk, hit me up.
Cheers

Trae


Trae,

Did you make the trip? My girlfriend and I are taking off from Nicaragua and heading through Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala and Mexico. Going to follow the Mex200 all the way, unless we hear otherwise.

How did your drive go and what route did you take? Any recommendations with respect to border crossings, places to avoid, places to hit, etc?

Thanks,

Nic
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Hello,
I am planning on driving from California down to Guadalajara next month. I would like to hear back from you all who drove last year and what your experiences were like.

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post Jul 28 2011, 10:03 PM
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Yes, I too am planning to drive from California through Mexico January of 2012. Going to Panama with my dog. I'll be watching for more posts and advice. I'm 54, know Spanish and am not stupid, nor intimidated by sensational scare stories (yes, i know they do happen). Please post pertinent info like best toll roads, places to stay safely, places to avoid AND if there are others that want to share the drive or travel in a caravan.
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post Aug 9 2011, 03:25 PM
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i once thought I was capable of making this drive through Mexico alone, was I mistaken. Once I crossed the border in Tijuana the police robbed me of all my cash. I was naive and continued onward towards Costa Rica. The first night driving through Mexico I was on the toll road and was forced to be pulled over by a black truck. Once stopped I looked in my rear view mirror and saw several men jumping out the back, I then pressed on the gas, and as I sped off I heard gun shots going off. I was being shot at. I raced through the night and came across a town on the beach, el dorado. I thought this would be a safe place to stay for the night. was I wrong. upon getting a hotel room there, i had the feeling i was being followed. i locked myself in my room and refused to step outside until day light. I almost made it through the night. at about 4 aM i woke up to pounding on my door. I was terrified. i hid under my bed. the door was kicked in and a large mexican man entered and proceeded to go through my belongings. he took most of my jewelry and my phone. leaving my wallet for some reason. after he left i ran with just my wallet and my keys to my car, only to see that it had been broken into in the parking lot. I got in the car and drove. i made it to puerto vallarta, a tourist town. i found an embassy there and reported all the experiences I have had. they had no sympathy for me and sent me along to the next town manzanillo. this is where my vacation ended. i was grabbing food debating on getting on a plane and just leaving my car in mexico and giving up. i was in the bathroom about to go pay for my food when someone robbed me of my purse in the LADIES ROOM. i was crying, and i walked to my car about to turn around and go back to puerto vallarta where the embassy would at least recognize me, and the store owner thought i was ditching out on paying for my food. trying to explain my wallet was stolen, i failed. he called the policia, and i was put in jail for $3 worth the food. I was in jail for 4 MONTHS!!!! until my parents realized i hadn't made it to costa rica and they made phone calls and found out my last sighting my at the puerto vallarta embassy. i dont know how, but they found me in the jail i was in. they paid $30,000 to get me out of prison. Mexican jail was the worst. i was raped and beaten what seemed like everyday and I will never be able to remove this memory from my mind for the rest of my life. I am going to have to go to a psychologist the rest of my life and try to pry this terrible experience from my memory. so next time you think about doing anything in Mexico, read this story please. I wish people weren't as care-free and someone had warned me about how dangerous it was, even taking the "safe toll road". So good luck everyone, and I suggest going to Spain if you want any type of spanish experience.
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post Aug 9 2011, 08:05 PM
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QUOTE(taiward @ Aug 9 2011, 03:25 PM) *

i once thought I was capable of making this drive through Mexico alone, was I mistaken. Once I crossed the border in Tijuana the police robbed me of all my cash. I was naive and continued onward towards Costa Rica. The first night driving through Mexico I was on the toll road and was forced to be pulled over by a black truck. Once stopped I looked in my rear view mirror and saw several men jumping out the back, I then pressed on the gas, and as I sped off I heard gun shots going off. I was being shot at. I raced through the night and came across a town on the beach, el dorado. I thought this would be a safe place to stay for the night. was I wrong. upon getting a hotel room there, i had the feeling i was being followed. i locked myself in my room and refused to step outside until day light. I almost made it through the night. at about 4 aM i woke up to pounding on my door. I was terrified. i hid under my bed. the door was kicked in and a large mexican man entered and proceeded to go through my belongings. he took most of my jewelry and my phone. leaving my wallet for some reason. after he left i ran with just my wallet and my keys to my car, only to see that it had been broken into in the parking lot. I got in the car and drove. i made it to puerto vallarta, a tourist town. i found an embassy there and reported all the experiences I have had. they had no sympathy for me and sent me along to the next town manzanillo. this is where my vacation ended. i was grabbing food debating on getting on a plane and just leaving my car in mexico and giving up. i was in the bathroom about to go pay for my food when someone robbed me of my purse in the LADIES ROOM. i was crying, and i walked to my car about to turn around and go back to puerto vallarta where the embassy would at least recognize me, and the store owner thought i was ditching out on paying for my food. trying to explain my wallet was stolen, i failed. he called the policia, and i was put in jail for $3 worth the food. I was in jail for 4 MONTHS!!!! until my parents realized i hadn't made it to costa rica and they made phone calls and found out my last sighting my at the puerto vallarta embassy. i dont know how, but they found me in the jail i was in. they paid $30,000 to get me out of prison. Mexican jail was the worst. i was raped and beaten what seemed like everyday and I will never be able to remove this memory from my mind for the rest of my life. I am going to have to go to a psychologist the rest of my life and try to pry this terrible experience from my memory. so next time you think about doing anything in Mexico, read this story please. I wish people weren't as care-free and someone had warned me about how dangerous it was, even taking the "safe toll road". So good luck everyone, and I suggest going to Spain if you want any type of spanish experience.

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QUOTE(progreen @ Aug 9 2011, 08:05 PM) *

bullS*$#.


QUOTE(taiward @ Aug 9 2011, 03:25 PM) *

i once thought I was capable of making this drive through Mexico alone, was I mistaken. Once I crossed the border in Tijuana the police robbed me of all my cash. I was naive and continued onward towards Costa Rica. The first night driving through Mexico I was on the toll road and was forced to be pulled over by a black truck. Once stopped I looked in my rear view mirror and saw several men jumping out the back, I then pressed on the gas, and as I sped off I heard gun shots going off. I was being shot at. I raced through the night and came across a town on the beach, el dorado. I thought this would be a safe place to stay for the night. was I wrong. upon getting a hotel room there, i had the feeling i was being followed. i locked myself in my room and refused to step outside until day light. I almost made it through the night. at about 4 aM i woke up to pounding on my door. I was terrified. i hid under my bed. the door was kicked in and a large mexican man entered and proceeded to go through my belongings. he took most of my jewelry and my phone. leaving my wallet for some reason. after he left i ran with just my wallet and my keys to my car, only to see that it had been broken into in the parking lot. I got in the car and drove. i made it to puerto vallarta, a tourist town. i found an embassy there and reported all the experiences I have had. they had no sympathy for me and sent me along to the next town manzanillo. this is where my vacation ended. i was grabbing food debating on getting on a plane and just leaving my car in mexico and giving up. i was in the bathroom about to go pay for my food when someone robbed me of my purse in the LADIES ROOM. i was crying, and i walked to my car about to turn around and go back to puerto vallarta where the embassy would at least recognize me, and the store owner thought i was ditching out on paying for my food. trying to explain my wallet was stolen, i failed. he called the policia, and i was put in jail for $3 worth the food. I was in jail for 4 MONTHS!!!! until my parents realized i hadn't made it to costa rica and they made phone calls and found out my last sighting my at the puerto vallarta embassy. i dont know how, but they found me in the jail i was in. they paid $30,000 to get me out of prison. Mexican jail was the worst. i was raped and beaten what seemed like everyday and I will never be able to remove this memory from my mind for the rest of my life. I am going to have to go to a psychologist the rest of my life and try to pry this terrible experience from my memory. so next time you think about doing anything in Mexico, read this story please. I wish people weren't as care-free and someone had warned me about how dangerous it was, even taking the "safe toll road". So good luck everyone, and I suggest going to Spain if you want any type of spanish experience.





Another troll. Get a life.
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QUOTE(joelmunoz1968 @ Aug 9 2011, 08:47 PM) *

QUOTE(progreen @ Aug 9 2011, 08:05 PM) *

bullS*$#.


QUOTE(taiward @ Aug 9 2011, 03:25 PM) *

i once thought I was capable of making this drive through Mexico alone, was I mistaken. Once I crossed the border in Tijuana the police robbed me of all my cash. I was naive and continued onward towards Costa Rica. The first night driving through Mexico I was on the toll road and was forced to be pulled over by a black truck. Once stopped I looked in my rear view mirror and saw several men jumping out the back, I then pressed on the gas, and as I sped off I heard gun shots going off. I was being shot at. I raced through the night and came across a town on the beach, el dorado. I thought this would be a safe place to stay for the night. was I wrong. upon getting a hotel room there, i had the feeling i was being followed. i locked myself in my room and refused to step outside until day light. I almost made it through the night. at about 4 aM i woke up to pounding on my door. I was terrified. i hid under my bed. the door was kicked in and a large mexican man entered and proceeded to go through my belongings. he took most of my jewelry and my phone. leaving my wallet for some reason. after he left i ran with just my wallet and my keys to my car, only to see that it had been broken into in the parking lot. I got in the car and drove. i made it to puerto vallarta, a tourist town. i found an embassy there and reported all the experiences I have had. they had no sympathy for me and sent me along to the next town manzanillo. this is where my vacation ended. i was grabbing food debating on getting on a plane and just leaving my car in mexico and giving up. i was in the bathroom about to go pay for my food when someone robbed me of my purse in the LADIES ROOM. i was crying, and i walked to my car about to turn around and go back to puerto vallarta where the embassy would at least recognize me, and the store owner thought i was ditching out on paying for my food. trying to explain my wallet was stolen, i failed. he called the policia, and i was put in jail for $3 worth the food. I was in jail for 4 MONTHS!!!! until my parents realized i hadn't made it to costa rica and they made phone calls and found out my last sighting my at the puerto vallarta embassy. i dont know how, but they found me in the jail i was in. they paid $30,000 to get me out of prison. Mexican jail was the worst. i was raped and beaten what seemed like everyday and I will never be able to remove this memory from my mind for the rest of my life. I am going to have to go to a psychologist the rest of my life and try to pry this terrible experience from my memory. so next time you think about doing anything in Mexico, read this story please. I wish people weren't as care-free and someone had warned me about how dangerous it was, even taking the "safe toll road". So good luck everyone, and I suggest going to Spain if you want any type of spanish experience.





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Hey kid, watch it, why don't you try driving through Mexico by yourself? You do it and tell me how your experience getting raped in a mexican prison every night. Twat.
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QUOTE(eric784 @ Mar 1 2010, 01:06 AM) *

I am considering making a road trip to Belize and Honduras and would prefer to drive. Everyone i talk to says its crazy. I would a be driving alone with my dog.a little information about myself i am a 26 year old white male and know just enough spanish to get me by in california. I know Mexico isn't the safest place to travel right now but was wondering if anyone has any recent experience with this and has any recommendations. How dangerous will it actually be?



I am also going to be traveling in Mexico, first flying to Guadalajara and then traveling to Queretaro and then up to cities near Monte Rey, since I will be driving a rental any advice?
Best roads to take? I was informed you get stop during by the government in check points, how do I truly know they are real mexican officers and not trying to scam me?
I look forward to your responses.
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QUOTE(eric784 @ Mar 1 2010, 01:06 AM) *

I am considering making a road trip to Belize and Honduras and would prefer to drive. Everyone i talk to says its crazy. I would a be driving alone with my dog.a little information about myself i am a 26 year old white male and know just enough spanish to get me by in california. I know Mexico isn't the safest place to travel right now but was wondering if anyone has any recent experience with this and has any recommendations. How dangerous will it actually be?


Screw those paranoid Americans who try to instill fear (its what we do here). Yes, LIFE is dangerous too. Go for it - but prepare yourself, be vigilant (not paranoid), no drugs, and be smart. So when are you driving there? I am going to drive through Mexico myself on my way to Panama in January 2012. Would be wise and fun to caravan through Mexico. I am one of two 54 year old white male Californians with fair to moderate Spanish and (one of us-me) has lots of Latin American experience. email me direct if you want at progreenery@gmail.com Lets share thoughts. Progreen

I am also going to be traveling in Mexico, first flying to Guadalajara and then traveling to Queretaro and then up to cities near Monte Rey, since I will be driving a rental any advice?
Best roads to take? I was informed you get stop during by the government in check points, how do I truly know they are real mexican officers and not trying to scam me?
I look forward to your responses.


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I am looking into the idea of driving to Panama from California in the late spring or early summer of 2012 and was wondering if any of you have recently done the drive and can give me a 1st hand idea about what the conditions are in Mexico and Honduras, the two countries I am the most worried about? I would also be into doing a caravan if there are others out there that are planning a similar trip. Safe Travels All!
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I am looking into the idea of driving to Panama from California in the late spring or early summer of 2012 and was wondering if any of you have recently done the drive and can give me a 1st hand idea about what the conditions are in Mexico and Honduras, the two countries I am the most worried about? I would also be into doing a caravan if there are others out there that are planning a similar trip. Safe Travels All!



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QUOTE(redwoodjungle @ Oct 10 2011, 06:32 PM) *

I am looking into the idea of driving to Panama from California in the late spring or early summer of 2012 and was wondering if any of you have recently done the drive and can give me a 1st hand idea about what the conditions are in Mexico and Honduras, the two countries I am the most worried about? I would also be into doing a caravan if there are others out there that are planning a similar trip. Safe Travels All!



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Hello all, I'm driving from San Diego through baja then taking a ferry to the mainland and then down along the coast to to Costa Rica with my dog. Anyone feel like caravanning? Departting from San Diego mid-late December.
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I am considering making a road trip to Belize and Honduras and would prefer to drive. Everyone i talk to says its crazy. I would a be driving alone with my dog.a little information about myself i am a 26 year old white male and know just enough spanish to get me by in california. I know Mexico isn't the safest place to travel right now but was wondering if anyone has any recent experience with this and has any recommendations. How dangerous will it actually be?


sounds like a awesome plan ..
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QUOTE(justpeter @ Oct 14 2011, 12:23 PM) *

Hello all, I'm driving from San Diego through baja then taking a ferry to the mainland and then down along the coast to to Costa Rica with my dog. Anyone feel like caravanning? Departting from San Diego mid-late December.



Hi.
Would love to Caravan with you but why Baja? We are leaving around Jan. 20, 2012 entering at Nogales and traveling the Pacific coast all the way to Panama. (foreigners are leaving Costa Rica now...sooo yesteryear, but none-the-less beautiful...too expensive, overrun with gringos and retaliatory crime on the increase). Anyway you would consider our route then?
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