I also took advantage of our last day with unlimited fast internet and spent about two hours planning our route out of here. I love Google Maps Streetview, and the fact that you can use streetview with most of the Mexico roads.
The problem is that there is no easy way to get from Cuernavaca to our destination at Valle de Bravo. And some of our route goes through the greater Mexico City "hoy no circula" (today you can't drive) zone. The driving restrictions mean that we can't drive from 5am to 11am.
I applied for and printed off a tourist pass that allows us 7 days of unrestricted driving, but we are going to do it based on the restricted rules anyhow in hopes of saving us any encounters with the transito police.
Transito Police are famous for targeting tourists driving in or around Mexico City and the neighbouring city of Toluca. Our route takes us right in between those cities...
Only 200 kms (124 miles) but I'm guessing it'll take us five hours!
There are also two different small Mexican National Parks that we drive through. You don't see them on the map, but it looks like they have camping Not sure if there will be accessibility for a small motorhome though. Provided we can find somewhere suitable for an overnight stop, we will break this drive into two days.
Should be an interesting day...tune in tomorrow to see how we made out!