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RE: Possible cancellation of 60 RV unit caravan

To my knowledge, the issue is pretty much handled. Hopefully we will hear from Tequila on this soon, if not, do private message him. He handles caravans here and also facilitates paperwork for other caravans that he does not "work" for. He knows the actual information. There is plenty of time to get this done correctly.
Talleyho69 04/23/19 05:49pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Refused entry with a truck & camper

For the last year, it's been a problem at most crossings, not just this one.
Talleyho69 04/22/19 09:03pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Refused entry with a truck & camper

Seriously, there are better, legal ways, that cost less and are totally OK. Hopefully that was pesos not dollars, but still not something that is to be encouraged. It's ALWAYS better to do it legally.
Talleyho69 04/22/19 06:34pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Refused entry with a truck & camper

Hopefully Tequila will be in a place where he can respond, I don't know where he is right now. As I understand it, it has to do with the designation between a cargo hauling vehicle and an RV. Yes, it's different, but remember, it's a foreign country and different rules apply.
Talleyho69 04/22/19 04:52pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Slow Bridge Crossings

Here is a link to the page 2 article about the situation at the border crossing from today's Los Angeles Times. https://enewspaper.latimes.com/desktop/latimes/default.aspx?pubid=50435180-e58e-48b5-8e0c-236bf740270e
Talleyho69 04/20/19 09:58am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Slow Bridge Crossings

Wow! We did our shopping yesterday and don't plan to do anything other than going to the beach until at least next Wednesday the 24th. The beach here today wasn't too bad. It wasn't any more crowded than it was on Sunday, but for here it was quite breezy. The crowds are still down, at least so far, and not like Christmas has been in the past. Very few international tourists.
Talleyho69 04/18/19 05:40pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Slow Bridge Crossings

Here in Zihuatanejo, the crowds have yet to start, but tomorrow, in theory they will explode! Yes, we get those questions about living here and being "safe." Our international tourists fly in. Sure hope that the nationals will come and help support the tourist economy. Hopefully your return home won't be too arduous.
Talleyho69 04/17/19 07:56pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Slow Bridge Crossings

So sad.....
Talleyho69 04/16/19 10:33am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Yucat√°n trip planning

The Church's regularly up date their book on line, so it is fairly current. This site is also a good resource for up to date campgrounds, and it's hard to beat a general internet search. I have rewritten the "Stickies" for paperwork, insurance and traveling with pets and just need to post them. You are a great inspiration, and I'll do it very soon. You will have a great time, and a great adventure. Welcome to Mexico!!! Moderator
Talleyho69 04/14/19 05:03pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Spotted: Diesel UBA

In the US it is ULSD, Ultra Low Sulphur diesel. Mexico, UBA Good news!
Talleyho69 04/08/19 11:03am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: las palmas matehuala

Cool! Thanks for the update.
Talleyho69 04/01/19 06:15pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: WARNING: Don't buy a kombi from Pro-vision Garage in Mexico

Bet you have gone one way or the other-either you still have a beautiful one, or you wouldn't take one as a gift!!!
Talleyho69 03/30/19 11:29am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: WARNING: Don't buy a kombi from Pro-vision Garage in Mexico

We live in Mexico. Recently we had to purchase a different vehicle. Once we finally figured out how to shop for a vehicle here (read Facebook of all places) we found exactly what we wanted. VW Camper Vans, as we call them are not all that uncommon here. Air cooled VW's are a different animal. They are wonderful, and we finally last year sold our 1979 classic. We would never recommend an air cooled VW to anyone without mechanical knowledge and skills. We bought our last RV on line, sight unseen and absolutely scored. However, I wouldn't recommend it for most people. We have had great success with mechanics in this country. Everything from those with a great professional shop to a guy under a tree with minimal tools. Again air cooled VW's are a totally different animal and need someone who lives and breathes them. It is very unfortunate that you are having such a bad experience. It was good of you to share. Have you considered riding buses and traveling with a tent and backpacks to the places you want to check out?
Talleyho69 03/30/19 11:02am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Baja Sunrise

I think people are confusing the former Brisa del Mar in San Jose del Cabo with a place called Las Brisas north of Puerto Vallarta. Unless you decide to ferry across, you'll definitely be in Baja Sur!
Talleyho69 03/29/19 12:05pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: las palmas matehuala

I did an on line search and found a review as recent as March 15, 2019, so it's probably safe to assume that it is open. Full? No way of knowing.
Talleyho69 03/28/19 03:06pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Baja Sunrise

I think the poster is talking about a site on Baja Sur, but when it comes to the Lo de Marcos area, we are SO with you! We spent days once trying to find the correct site to hook up with friends.
Talleyho69 03/27/19 07:20pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Baja Sunrise

Please post about the park after or during your stay, please.
Talleyho69 03/26/19 12:47pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Baja Sunrise

I agree with you, but before I said anything, I remembered that there were a few occasions that we paid the $50 a night to stay in the front row at Mar Rosa in Mazatlan. It's tough to admit that but there were times when we were in need. Yes, the "dry camp" area looks good. And what's the distance, 50 yards? In some places, like San Blas, where if you are right above the cliff, you can't sleep because of the surf noise. Something that I did not believe could be true, but it was.
Talleyho69 03/25/19 07:02pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Baja Sunrise

Back in the 80's we spent serious amounts of time at Brisa del Mar, which looked exactly like Baja Sunrise, but was farther south, just south of the airport in what used to be called San Jose del Cabo. The surf fishing was great, the surf break nasty, and the water cold. We spent many many months there and loved it. Someone is bound to jump in with recent reports on their stay there.
Talleyho69 03/25/19 04:16pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Baja Sunrise

It certainly has a nice website, and shows well on Google Earth. Ocean would be WAY too cold for us though....
Talleyho69 03/25/19 03:25pm RVing in Mexico and South America
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