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The landscape of Mexico is very
different to the lush greens of Guatemala, as soon as we'd crossed
the border the colour started to drop away and the plant life changed to
the plants consistent with desert landscapes. It was also amazing to
see how the farming moved from obviously family/community
worked crops to more commercial farms with large organised
fields of crops and cattle. The population density also dropped with
the small ...
Another drive day to push through but I feel strangely awake and energised. We need to push down to within striking distance of the border so we get underway. We plan on stopping by the largest tree in the world and a beautiful waterfall, however we miss the exit for the tree, and the waterfall doesn't have any water. I also step into a puddle of disgusting stagnant brine, and fall backwards over a cactus, somehow capturing both on film. It looks like ...
A lovely drive, cacti on every hillside, but unfortunately not enough stamina (or daylight!) to get us to the border. So its one more night in Mexico, in a small sleepy off-season town called Puerto Arista where the only safe place to leave the Ambulance is in the yard of a 3 star hotel. So here we are, camping by the pool-side...
San Pedro Tapanatepec is a town in south-western Mexico. It is part of the Juchitan District in the west of Tehaunapec. The town was founded on 23 April 1669, and became a municipality on March 15, 1825. The name means "broken hill".
The municipality covers an area of 544.78 kmē. The town is at an
elevation of 40 meters above sea level. There is one river, the
Novillero, which rises at ...
... ranges on both sides of us are magnificent, Several marshy areas and ponds teeming with birds: pink spoonbills, storks, white ibises and white herons and flocks of green parakeets passed us in perfect unison.
It was another relatively easy day and by 10 am, after 46 km, we rolled into the town of Arriaga. The first hotel we saw, we checked out and it was ...