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We arrive in Tampico tired and get a taxi out to a hotel that no longer exists. Our taxi driver suggests another which is undergoing building work, and we end up at the beach front where half the hotels are stupidy expensive towers of sanity, or grimy part-time brothels. We end up back at the bus station and buy our tickets out for the next morning!
We arrived back in Mexico on Sunday the 12th of September. It was a great trip down from Portland but we were very tired. We drove about 10 hours every day. As some of you know we had a sister from here that was visiting Portland ride back with us. "Karen" When we arrived back in Altamira her mother had a delicious meal waiting for us. See why we love it here. The brothers are really wonderful. Anyway, I will try to show some pictures of our travels through the US. It was so beautiful.
... you who haven’t been to Matamoros…..it’s a really congested busy city where they can fit 4 cars onto a 2 lane road and absolutely NO ONE follows any traffic laws that you and I know. Finally we get back to the immigration office get our permit and visas. Except for the fact that you’re in a big cinder block building with no A/C, the process was fairly painless and only took about 30-45 mins (although ...
... but wanted our 11 year old girl to back outhe vehicle wth our $50 us and for her to bring back the paso's. What is wrong with that picture? We dont send our kids off with stangers Expecially in diff. country at the border. When we went back out to our truck to declare out stuff they got turned around by the policia, sent back to customs!! HA HA!! We got a little turned around in the city, and took ...
... over to see what was wrong. The soldiers came over to see why we hadn’t moved off yet. There were about twelve of them and they could understand there was a problem with my bike, but they couldn’t help.
Des had been warned by a Spanish rider in El Calafate, Argentina, who was riding the same bike as us, that this was a problem with these bikes, so Des had a fair idea that the problem lay in the side stand electrical switch. It’s a safety ...