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At the Piedras Negras Customs Office they fly a huge Mexican flag, of the kind that is so big it moves very slowly and ponderously even in a big wind. This morning the fog was so dense that the top of the flag had disappeared. I was worried I would disappear too once I crossed the Rio Grande (running well here with plenty of green water). Of course, the green light turned to red as soon as I entered the customs area, so I ...
... view of the entire city from the very top of the park.
We also drove in to Saltillo’s downtown and walked around Mercado Juarez, a typical traditional Mexican market, which sold food, goods, natural remedies and a place to get your shoes shined. The area did not appear to be a tourist location, since we were the only "gringos" walking around. But, like most Mexican neighborhoods we have visited, we felt entirely safe and not completely out of place.
... they waved us right through.
In Monterrey, we ran into some construction where they split the westbound lanes with the left 2 being express lanes, we went left knowing that we did not want to stop. Without us realizing when it happened, a couple of lanes of eastbound traffic were routed between the westbound lanes. Everything is different in Mexico.
We see a lot of smaller cars in Mexico made by American car makers that are just not available in the US. The one ...
In all of the activities today I learned that language barriers are really not barriers at all. There are many many ways to communicate with someone. I saw it happen. I watched people go from silent and timid and confused to smiling and drawing pictures and telling stories and doing gestures ...
... but we needed to cool down, and a little diarrhea might help me lose that pesky five pounds of beer gut - hey, you need to think positive when you're on the road! We remounted the Latitude Land Speeder (the bike) and set coordinates for another 50 miles of dirt and isolation...a little less scenic now as we cut inland...and it started to get sandy...really sandy, and right when I was mid-sentence, telling Malin about my superior ...