Hotel Interforum Express
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... in the maelstrom. But I was rescued by a kind lady at a 7-11 store, and another couple at a tiny restaurant who offered to drive me to the hotel, and gave me written directions. The people I have met have been wonderful.
Yes, I did see small things that reminded me of the tension -- an open pickup with black uniformed men in the back, guns pointed at the crowd. No one in the streets after dark. I certainly stayed home.
... in the 80’s day time and 70’s at night.
We are currently in San Patricio Melaque for the second time since we have come to Mexico. After a short 5 hour drive west from Jocotepec, we have arrived and started unpacking for the winter. No snow, no wind chill, and no frost bite!! However, watch out for them stingrays, they hurt!! My first ten minutes in the water and one stung the bottom of my foot!! OUCH!! All better a couple of hours later. Next time, I wear beach ...
We finally made it into Mexico. We have had many breakdowns on this trip and yesterday we had yet another and had to replace the calipers and pads on both of the rear breaks so it put us back another day.
Our crossing at the Pharr bridge was uneventful, it took 20 minutes after we got to the window to secure our vehicle permit. A young woman made a brief walk through our MH, she said it was pretty, and wanted to know how much it cost and we were off. At the 100 ...
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 ...