Nero Di Sole
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... sleep while Hinesh bops away on his iPod.
We are instructed to line up all our luggage on the dock while we wait for the sniffer dog to do his thing. The dog makes a couple of rounds and we are then allowed to take our luggage to clear Mexican immigration. Again no one tells you (not even our bible Lonely Planet) that you need to pay an arrival tax of US27.50. Some people had to head out to the ATM to pay this tax. Its a long and slow queue. We chat to an Aussie ...
... southeasterly, that got to me. We could have taken a bus, but it didn’t feel right to start our tour by cheating. Besides, one of Dan’s favourite things about cycling is the freedom to just go without having to wait around hot and crowded bus stations. He relished our progress, slow and arduous as it was against the wind.
I was also suffering from FOMO (Fear of Missing Out). I found it a bit crazy-making going down a coast road like this ...
Thankfully it then began to ease up, but was made to go to the hospital still to go get it checked out and get the all clear – which it was. Trust it to be the week where all my travel insurance runs out that I need to visit the hospital though!
Once that was all sorted and back on the mainland, took the car for a thankfully uneventful spin by the beachside over sunset, and then back around there later on at night. Got some food, which being the ...
... short and sweet & we headed back to our bikes. As we got back to the bikes, I got a horrendous jab of abdominal pain down really low. I was like ' how far from a toilet are we?' I have really bad abdominal pain. Tarley replied I haven't seen any, just go behind a tree. To which I exclaimed if I am ********? Tarley's face said it all but his mouth said ah No No I don't have a solution for that. Lets go. So Tarley took off at a cracking pace, and it is fair to say our heart rates ...
... direction up and down hill, some to houses and others continuing onto the next junction. But as intrusive as we felt at this point we persisted in search of a path into the woods, completely unprepared for the sun, bugs, dehydration or any other challenges that may give us. We were safe enough though, armed with enough photo and video equipment to make the next Hollywood blockbuster, who needs mosquito repellent! We knew it was uphill so we turned onto another narrow lane up a ...
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