City Express Ciudad Juarez
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... that the trees have become more and more green as I ride by them. In order for them to sneak me across the border I had to get in the back seat and hide under the seat. As we get closer and closer the temperature rises and I feel like I'm in a sauna. Carmen tells me to be be quiet because we are almost to the police woman. Through the little hole in the seat I can see Carmen and her ...
... the border if paid. I translate the conversation between Carmen and Martha/David. Carmen tells them to leave; she wants no part of their offer. I escort them out of the office and they give me their card to give to Carmen in case she changes her mind, but I keep the card. This is a picture of the area where Carmen's office is.
Today is my birthday! I am turning nine. I received light-up tennis shoes from my mom. I talked on the phone with my mom at 10 o'clock sharp. I love to hear the sound of her voice. I got her to explain to me the area where she was calling from. I wish i could live with her in Los Angeles where she works. I have lived in Juarez my whole life. They city is big and dangerous. I miss my ...
... rez, it did make us enter cautiously. I won’t detail the ins and outs of our visit there but what I will say is that people’s opinions of the place are well justified.
With that we got back in the car (which we were glad to have left stateside) and headed to our next big pin on the map... Dallas! The brief stop and move on quickly mentality would stop here...
... formalities like passport scan and then another interrogation.
"Where did you go?"
"Why were you in Mexico?"
"How long were you in Mexico?"
"What do you do?"
Instead of giving a more complex ******** answer to the last, I confidently responded "I'm unemployed," a quick ticket to a more extensive auto search and interrogation outside the traffic lanes.
As a single traveler with lots ...