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... woke us up at the crack of dawn to hit the waves before it got crowded. We scored nearly a whole hour of head-high left-handers without a stranger in sight. Josh and Pete like to sit way out on the tip of the point and wait for the big sets. They’ve both caught some bombs and even tucked into a few cover-ups. Dan and I like to sit outside the first close-out section where we can grab a shoulder and take it sometimes all the way into the beach. But the beauty of Nexpa is that ...
... border in his egg truck. Eggs so we drive really slow all the way there and don't get to border until dark. He pulls over right before the border and takes us out to eat, and buys us a whole chicken, yuck, but I was hungry and it's Raina did all the work manifesting and loves chicken more than anything in the world. so we got a big dry chicken with a thousand dry taco shells and some stinging hot salsa so the dry chicken thats been hanging out with flys ...
... them is to look for vendors standing in the road, they are always at a speed bump selling bags of coconut water, oranges, slices of cucumber or bread rolls, one I remember well was a guy selling hunks of cheese directly off his knife, holding the larger chunk of cheese in his other hand.
We stayed a night in La Saladita under a palapa on the beach at Paco’s campground. We took a long ...
... wrapped around the gear stick. The taxi took us the 5km across from Mexican immigration to the Guatemalan town of La Mesilla for a bargain 80c each. The ride weaved through the mountains before reaching a seemingly endless parade of market stalls selling a variety of clothing and knick-knacks.
Guatemalan immigration greeted us with newly installed Christmas decorations and a tuk-tuk ride to the bus station. These tuk-tuks or mototaxis ...
... we were, right? Wrong. For some lame reason, the border crossing we tried first at Gracias A Dios couldn´t process our vehicle permit because the guy didn´t have the right stamp... So instead, we had to backtrack about 1.5 hrs to the border town of Ciudad Cuauhtémoc. By the time we arrived there, it was a bit too late for us to want to ...
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