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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 ...
... find a spot which allows us to park the ambulances securely off the road. When the guys turn in, I sit outside tapping away on my laptop. After an hour or so of working, I hear the chug, chug, chug of a vehicle. As the pimped pick up rolls past, I was thankful to be behind a fence. I make eye contact with one of the three men sitting in the open back. As they drive on, I slip up the side steps of reception, and watch as they 3 point turn and crawl to ...
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 ...
... We picked up some nice looking mandarins, bananas and a jicama. Michelle was happy to spot a lady selling her favorite breakfast drink; a delicious steaming cup of milk with rice. No cloud was in the sky promising a scorcher. So we cranked up the speed while it was still cool.
We have a wide shoulder most of the way and the vistas ...
Santiago Niltepec to Tapanatepec 56 km
Temp 34 C
Trip alt 203 m
Avg slope 1%
Max slope 9%
At 6:15 am under overcast skies, we got on our way. At this time, it is still dark out and our silhouettes can barely be seen so our red flashing back lights are a must. The road construction made our riding miserable for the first 4 km. We ...