Got started right away. For a skinny two lane road, there were a lot of trucks. At first, the road was very narrow, and some of the transports were pulling double long trailers. It would take a lot of confidence to be a Mexican truck driver! Then, the road became wide enough that there was actually a shoulder. But that just means you should drive on the shoulder if you’re going slower than anybody else, so that they can pass you! Driving in Mexico is definitely part of the adventure.
Don't forget to watch for the cows at the side of the highway!
Would you plug into this electricity? I measured it at 130v AC. Glad we have self contained electric!
Only two other RV's here...a fifth wheel from Quebec, and another older class A who is an American expat living in Mexico for the last fifteen years.
Did some shopping at the Mega Soriana that is walking distance. Bought a 1.75 litre bottle of rum for $10.90, and a 750 ml bottle of scotch for $9.05. Gotta like that!
Here’s todays drive…
138 kms (85 miles)
On a personal note, my (Kevin’s) Dad passed away this morning. He would have been 82 in January. He had not been well the last two months, and I pretty much figured that I might not see him again in the spring. Our children are very fortunate to have known all four of their grandparents into their early twenties. We’ll miss you Dad.