Fiesta Inn Hermosillo
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... Mexico and beyond the first few weeks, have no particular plan yet. Some years ago we made a several month long excursion through Mexico, Belize and Guatemala in our VW Westfalia camper van. That was a wonderful trip and we got to see so many incredible things and got to know Mexico, in particular, much better. We have been traveling to Mexico by car for years and have always enjoyed our experiences there and feel quite safe. We thought we might do ...
It's finally the day when I head south of the border. The crossing was fairly smooth; I got el Burro insured for Mexico, and spent about an hour at immigration and customs. Only one person was working at each, and everything gets done in triplicate, so it took awhile. Fortunately, there weren't too many people ahead of me, and I had Duolingo on my phone to keep me busy. I handed over cash, and got enough stamps to keep me legal, ...
Hermosillo, Mexico - Here's a tip, readers: Every time a story begins with the words "One time, in Mexico," double check everything that comes afterward. I say this because Mexico has a bad reputation. Outside of places such as Puerto Vallarta, Cabo and Cancun which provide the familiarities of home alongside a dash of the exotic, much of the country - especially the American border region - are treated with nothing short of ...
... normalcy.” Some like it that way. Some don’t. There are even cell phones now, so put a little thingamajig on your laptop and that means Internet, too.
What about the war, you ask, that drug-fueled war that has in the last five years claimed as many lives in Mexico as the Vietnam War did to the US in ten? That’s somewhere else…in somebody else’s village…in somebody else’s mind. Oh ...
Fourth of July. How ironic that my first Independence Day as an American citizen is the day we cross the border to Mexico for a year-long trip away from US soil. As we get closer to the border US patrols intercept cars for 'random' checks. I feel nervous. All these crazy stories about Mexico dance in the back of my head.
We get to the first border control where a US guard does a quick inspection and asks us if we ...