Las Casitas de Margarita
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... coffee on the lower terrace as we gear up for the big paddle out to the point. In the evenings we can load up our fridge with Indio Megas, slap dominoes on the little table on our upper terrace and watch the sun set. The set up is perfect. In less than forty-five seconds we can walk out our front door to the beer shop for coldies, to the internet café to write an email, to Chicho’s for his infamous breakfast burrito and, most importantly, to the surf break. Epic.
So we hitch hike out of San Cristobal. Raina says "let's manifest a ride with a trucker going all the way to Guatemala who also wants to buy us dinner at the border."
After we get given all we can eat nacho cheese and free coffee by a gas station we are sick and our stomache's are full and ready to walk to the outskirts of the city once we get there by a couple cars. A semi truck driver pulls over he is really nice and he is going all the way to ...
There was a lot of road construction after Barra de Nexpa, saw some large earth-moving equipment with a guy sleeping in a hammock slung between them. Small towns along the highway slow traffic with speed bumps that could devastate a suspension if hit at anything more than a crawl, sometimes there are signs marking them, sometimes not, sometimes they're nearly invisible, hiding in the shadows. One way ...
After a refreshing few days in San Cristobal we decided to move onto Guatemala under our own steam in order to avoid the overpriced tourist shuttles (small cramped minibuses with 16 people in them). We were delivered conveniently to the Mexican border where we alighted and packed into a collectivo taxi. With already four people squeezed into the back the two of us were ushered into the front seat where we perched precariously half out of the window ...
Miles Per Gallon: 22.5
So if you look at a map of where we were in Lagunas de Montebello, you´d see that we were pretty much on the border of Mexico/Guatemala. In fact, there was one lake we visited, Laguna Internacional, that is partly in Mexico and Guatemala. So it would make sense to cross into Guatemala closest ...
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