City Express Los Mochis
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... about 400 kilometres north of Mazatlan, obviously adding considerably to our mileage. Anyway, the tickets were purchased for about 4 days later, together with directions to the port. So far, so goodish.
On the appointed day we drove towards the port in order to arrive the requisite two hours before sailing, about midday. As per usual, there were absolutely no signs, so drove round and round a few times before eventually being directed through the right gate. We ...
... get to the right room, there is a lineup, mostly truckers with paperwork. After about a half hour we get to the window. To be informed we have to have a 'paper' for our vehicle before we can get our tickets. We go outside in search of where this is accomplished, "What building please", 2 or 3 agents rush off on ATV's looking for someone (maybe who can speak English to the stupid Gringo's?). In a 'little' while, a young man appears from ...
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We were finally able to leave the vortex that kept us in the beautiful city of La Paz ! We left the Baja side of Mexico and crossed the Sea of Cortez with sun and wind 12kts all day long with the auto pilot steering dead on to our way point of 60 degrees! Best sailing day ever, averaged 7-8 knots with our boat.
We are now in a marina in the town of Topolobampo ( near Los Mochis) on the west side of the mainland of Mexico, north ...
... 8220;the running people”. This might ring a bell for those of you who heard or even read the book “Born to Run” - actually, Dominik had just started reading it so the trip definitely had an additional interest to him - that eventually might go as far as considering running the Copper Canyon Ultramarathon.... we shall see.
... traffic, in the fast lane of the 2 way carriageway, this we thought was just one mad rider, but turns out it's not, but the way to cycle on the highway in Mexico. Pedestrians also like to take their lives in their hands, probably explains why there are so many crosses on the side of the erodes, approximately one per mile on the journey we had today. We stopped for lunch at ciudad obregan, we decided to stop at a truck ...