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... you from point A to Point B at 75 MPH, most days of the week, over most of the hours people drive.
Let me tell you Mexico does not have the same benefits.
We left Mercedes around 5:30 am, this was our first mistake, I misjudged the arrival of the sun, and so we would cross over into Reynosa at around 6 am. in total darkness. I get ahead of myself.
We leave the safety and comfort of Paradise south and venture out onto the 2/83 to the 115 ...
Well first thing I will say is that we are sorry that we have not been keeping up on the blog. It seems like we are either doing something or going down the road. We entered Mexico on the 24th of Nov. We have traveled 1540 miles since then. You can see by the map where we are at. ...
Today we were just casually chilling on our terrace when suddenly all hell broke loose around us, or respectively in the mountains close by. Luckily we were spared and stayed dry, and therefore we all had our cameras out to take some pictures. It took me about 250 pictures, but I managed to snap a few lightnings as well ...
... entered the museum, we wanted to claim a student discount. We did so by showing our temporary schedules, because our student IDs were not yet ready ;) Entrance cost was about 1€. In the museum, which was surprisingly not very full, an employee offered to tell us some additional information about a particular exhibit, but ended up showing us around for the entire duration of our stay. Check the pictures to get an impression of what it was like. Overall I really liked that ...
... left) with a small group of people, and when we were driving out of the park, we actually got to see a bear!
The last time I had seen one was in Canada and that was many years ago, so I was really glad about that opportunity. And even though there is a sizable population of black bears here in the mountains, they are nonetheless rarely spotted.
The photos you are seeing are taken by Hannes (another German I hang out with) and ...