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RE: Starlink

Thanks rocmoc
moisheh 09/06/22 01:28pm RVing in Mexico and South America
Starlink

To quote Pink Floyd: Is there anybody out there?? This forum has become dead!! I have been following what is happening with Starlink. I guess Musk was not getting inquiries from nations where income levels are low. So he reduced the prices. For Mexico here is no freight. About half the monthly cost compared to Canada. Equipment is also cheap. I know that some of the overlanders are using the service in Mexico. I imagine many of the permanent RV dwellers are using the service. Has anyone here tried it? Very fast. If you are an RV,r the prices are even lower. I am hoping they come up with an antenna that can be easily dis assembled or one that can be mounted permanently.
moisheh 09/05/22 02:52pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Los Algodones Mexico

No restaurand in Algadones will serve anything that makes you sick. Eat and enjoy.
moisheh 06/30/22 07:26pm Snowbirds
RE: BYO camper to South America - Pros and Cons?

Will you be shipping the truck and camper as a unit? If not I would be worried it could be damaged.
moisheh 06/25/22 02:10pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: RV's in Zihuatanejo

The post above has me wondering if many of the long time RV travelers have also decided to pass on Mexico. We have this discussion often Sometimes I feel we should give it a try. My wife is a definite no I think what is preventing me from going further south is the complete lack of any police or military forces to safeguard the public. I could expand but for now will remain silent.
moisheh 06/12/22 07:00am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Dentist in Mexico

You are in California. Many snowbirds go to Algadones,Mexico . Just over the border from Yuma You can park on the US side and walk across. We have never visited those dentists but thousands have done so and are pleased. Many of the dentists do exceptional work and have ultra modern facilities. Do some googling.
moisheh 05/15/22 06:39am Snowbirds
Nogales Northbound

We crossed at Mariposa this morning. When Northbound we always head to Nogales Centro and then take Colosio to the bus crossing. There used to be a problem with beams that stuck out over the roadway. Just the right height to damage an RV. They finally cut the beams. 20 minutes to cross. 15 had trucks backed up for a mile. Glad we took the bus route.
moisheh 04/25/22 08:07pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Best route

Talleyho. What a nice write up. You should publish a guide like the Churches.
moisheh 04/19/22 06:56pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Diesel shortages??

The fun never ends. Today they reinstated the subsidies on gasoline. Go figure!
moisheh 04/05/22 05:12pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Diesel shortages??

I am off to Hermosilo today and will check the one large Truck stop to see if they have diesel. Off topic but I have noticed the larger stations advertising that DEF is available. I also see a lot of new Mexican class 8 trucks with the little tank and a blue cap. That is the DEF Tank. Must be that ULSD is required.
moisheh 04/04/22 07:19am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Diesel shortages??

Apparently the independent stations are having trouble getting all fuels. They are imported in most cases and the cost is just too high for them to compete. AMLO has not issued any new permits for importing fuel. But Pemex can import. Crazy. Mexico is subsidizing fuel that Pemex imports. I think the USA is upset as this does not comply with the mew NAFTA.
moisheh 04/01/22 04:41pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Diesel shortages??

https://www.elimparcial.com/sonora/sonora/SonoraReportan-escasez-de-gasolina-en-SLRC-Penasco-y-Sonoyta-20220329-0027.html
moisheh 03/29/22 12:50pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Diesel shortages??

I just read in El Imparcial th that sonoyta and Penasco are having trouble getting gasoline. Stay tuned for more problems.
moisheh 03/29/22 10:59am RVing in Mexico and South America
Diesel shortages??

https://www.bnamericas.com/es/noticias/alta-demanda-y-alza-de-precios-restringen-abastecimiento-de-diesel-de-pemex This could cause difficulties for some travelers> hard to believe that Mexico imports at least half of all diesel.
moisheh 03/29/22 07:23am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Canadian Snowbirds heading home-Antigen Rapid Tests required

Why do I think this is 2021 all over again? Isn' this thread all about Trudeau's ridiculous mandates?
moisheh 03/25/22 07:33pm Snowbirds
RE: Canadian Snowbirds heading home-Antigen Rapid Tests required

Wow. here it is in a paper issued a few days ago. So is Trudeau going to wander the streets and verify you are a traveler? or 14 days following entry into Canada, you and any unvaccinated children under the age of 12 who travelled with you must: maintain a list of the names and contact information of each person with whom you came into close contact and a list of locations visited wear a well-constructed, well-fitting mask in public settings keep a copy of the following and provide them on request to the Government of Canada or government of the province or territory where you are located, or to the local public health authority: all COVID-19 pre-arrival test results all on-arrival COVID-19 test results, including results from random testing and results for children under 12 and proof of vaccine monitor for signs and symptoms of COVID-19 if you start showing signs and symptoms, or receive a positive test result for COVID-19 before the expiry of the 14 day period, you must immediately: report within 24 hours to the Public Health Agency of Canada by calling 1-833-641-0343 (the official will provide you with additional details and instructions) isolate for an additional 10 days, even if your province or territory has a shorter isolation period contact the appropriate public health authority In addition, if: the fully vaccinated parent, guardian, or tutor develops signs or symptoms, or receives a positive result, the parent, guardian, or tutor and the child must isolate for 10 days you travelled with a person who develops signs and symptoms of COVID-19, or receives a positive result for any type of test before the expiry of the 14-day period, you and the child must quarantine for 14 days starting the day you or your child were most recently exposed to the other person
moisheh 03/24/22 09:25am Snowbirds
RE: Canadian Snowbirds heading home-Antigen Rapid Tests required

Here is the news from cbc https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/federal-government-to-drop-pre-departure-testing-1.6386763
moisheh 03/16/22 01:37pm Snowbirds
RE: Canadian Snowbirds heading home-Antigen Rapid Tests required

I understood that the next change to any protocols was April. Would sure be great if it was soon. One of our neighbors in Mexico spends a month or 2 in Kino. She is from Winnipeg and does not have a smart phone. She was very worried about how she is going to handle the test while overnighting in Phoenix. Hard to get the results before you leave. Too much planning and just more stress for nothing. We are leaving after Easter and hope that we will not have to worry about a useless test.
moisheh 03/16/22 12:36pm Snowbirds
RE: Canadian Snowbirds heading home-Antigen Rapid Tests required

Forget all this discussion about Data. Canada is closing our tourist industry for no apparent reason. The rapid test is not very accurate. As I stated previously if the border needs a rapid test then returning to your home province from a known area of Covid transmission should also need a rapid test. Of course that is ridiculous. But so is the requirement for a test at the border. A big hassle for Snowbirds.
moisheh 03/16/22 08:54am Snowbirds
RE: Canadian Snowbirds heading home-Antigen Rapid Tests required

Silversand. I really think that the only reason this testing fiasco has not been killed is politics. Our leader( no caps intentional) wants to control everything. Did you have any trouble getting a test that would still be valid when you crossed?
moisheh 03/15/22 06:55am Snowbirds
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