City Express Hermosillo
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... a few dollars and I'll be on my way. I think of it as paying tolls. However, with all my precautions, I never had to deal with any police, and shot peacefully through the Mexican desert to Hermosillo. The only tension came at a couple machine-gun heavy military checkpoints, where el Burro got a full inspection. But when I said I was driving to the World Cup in Brazil, I got a head-shaking chuckle from the soldiers and was ...
... presumably to steal gasoline). When the time finally came to cross the border, things went off without a hitch. Unless you consider accidentally sneaking into the country by getting neither a visa nor vehicle import papers, and having to retrace hundreds of kilometers through the desert to get them a hitch. But who would? And anyway, that can hardly be blamed on banditos. None of this is to say that problems don't exist in Mexico. ...
... for Hermosillo. Expedia has some, but I decide to book another on its own Spanish-language website. It goes through without a hitch, confirmed.
The next morning I check my credit card online to see what the charge is in dollars. It’s $38.38. Uh-oh, that can’t be good, not in Mexico—anywhere else, maybe, but not Mexico. A sign is a sign. Suddenly I don’t feel so good. D & E take me to meet my 11 ...
... road. Then I notice the huge sign right in front of me that states exactly the same. Oh well.
Nogales is similar to many other border towns: busy, filled with people trying to make money from tourists (some legally, some not). I want to get some Pesos and the HSBC branch looks clean and modern… but all 3 ATM machines are broken. I ask the security guard for the nearest working ATM but his directions will remain ...
... It looks like another bike catching me up. I take a distant photo of the trail. As it gets closer I notice its not a bike but a car and stand here in the masses of open space between volcano's etc. The car is still miles away but the dust trail shows its presence. It gets closer and begins to look more like small van, then closer and closer and finally one realizes this vehicle which started off looking like a small motorcycle in the desert is actually a massive double ...