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'''Mexico''' is a country in [[North America]]. Despite its notoriety, hitchhiking in Mexico is not only possible but it can be a rather enjoyable experience. Due to its sheer size it's impossible to give a general hitchability rating for this country: the experiences vary from state to state. As anywhere, you can go fast on highways and very slow on small less trafficky roads.
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For more general info about moneyless travels in Mexico, see [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1iqhpdy67vceKm6LBTsYQFU_wulqCb7Q-dPRooZxuU0U/mobilebasic?pli=1 this] handy document.
Peculiarity of Mexican '''Mexico''' is a country in [[North America|North]] and [[Central America]]. Despite its notoriety, hitchhiking are the ubiquitous pick-up trucks where you just jump in Mexico is not only possible but it can be a rather enjoyable experience. Due to its sheer size it's impossible to give a general hitchability rating for this country: the back, hold onto your hatexperiences vary from state to state. As anywhere, kiss the wind and forget about communicating with the driver. Many people will offer you food can go fast on highways and drinks, especially Coca Cola! On routes with poor public transportation, payment is sometimes expected and ordinary pickups magically turn into ''collectivos'' (shared taxis)very slow on small less used roads.
On the small roads, however, hitchhiking can sometimes be time-consuming – waiting times Avoid disappointment and unnecessary loss of money by keeping your proof of 2–3 hours are not unheard payment of. Be prepared with patience, water and sun cream. Although in many places locals hitch to get home from the grocery store for instance, hitchhiking as a lifestyle or as a means of long-distance travel is not so common in Mexico and not everybody might immediately understand what tourist fee when you enter the country! They will want. So, on the mountain paths for instance, your brain should be wired more to enjoy the magnificent views and eating the abundance of fruit the nature has on offer rather than making a lot of progresssee it again when you leave.
As for security, most hitchhikers never encounter any major problems. Mexico is an enormous country and experiences vary a lot from state == License plates == Mexican license plates are very easy to state. If you want to avoid risks, you can avoid the states close to the border with USA - Tamaulipas, Coahuila, Chihuahua and Durango, i.e. take buses and collectivos when traveling north interpret: The name of the line between Tampico, San Luis Potosi and Mazatlan issuing federal state is written on them (as you will easily notice once in the mapcountry). Apparently also the When traveling longer distances or in central Mexico with its many small states of Guerrero, Michoacán and Veracruz it can therefore be riskyuseful knowing which state your destination is in (if you have one).
If you go hitchhiking in == Cities ==__TOC__* [[Acapulco]]* [[Arriaga]]* [[Ciudad Valles]]* [[Culiacán]]* [[Guadalajara]]* [[Guanajuato (city)| Guanajuato]]* [[Mexico, being able to speak and understand at least a bit of Spanish is nearly mandatory. Apart from touristic areas, most people you encounter do not speak English. If you know Spanish you can communicate way better with people and get a closer connection with them. Useful City]] (capital)* [[Oaxaca (City)|Oaxaca]]* [[Palenque]]* [[Poza Rica]]* [[Puebla (city)|Puebla]]* [[Querétaro (city)| Querétaro]]* [[San Cristóbal de las Casas]]* [[San Luis Potosí (city)| San Luis Potosí]]* [[Tehuantepec]]* [[Toluca]]* [[SpanishTuxtla]] words are "ride" and "aventón", both meaning a lift. Near the * [[GuatemalaXalapa (City)|GuatemalanXalapa]] border the word "jalón" is used. No one understands what hitchhiking or autostop means so say “busco/buscamos un ride” instead when looking for a ride.
Vegetarians/vegans: if you ask food carts or taco places if they have anything vegetarian, == Hitchability and they say no, look at the ingredients they've got in their work area and get creative! One vegetarian traveller´s favorite is tomato and avocado taco ([[Chinahitch]][http://hitchwiki.org/en/User:Chinahitch]. General Advice==
== Where to hitchhike? ==You can hitchhike pretty much everywhere, even Hitchability in Mexico varies wildly depending on the highway (although pretty much no one stops at such high speeds). In general, asking at gas stations (''gasolinera'') or even traffic lights (''semáforo''), especially region and on bus stops and the like, can get you far pretty easilysetting. Sometimes it is better to be among by the carstouristic coast of Oaxaca, in the traffic lightsfor example, and directly ask it's extremely easy to find rides from people who have open windows. Sometimes , while you can just jump in the back of might wait a pickfew hours on low-up without even telling where you are going and just tap in traffic rural roads or by the window when you want to get offoverwhelmingly crowded ''casetas de cobro'' near Mexico City.
Other good places include exits from shopping centers, in truck stops or at A peculiarity of Mexican hitchhiking are the restaurants ubiquitous pick-up trucks where truckers eat. Some petrol stations you just jump in the north don't allow people to do thatback, hold onto your hat, but you can try to speak kiss the wind and forget about communicating with the managerdriver. It works Many people will offer you food and drinks, especially Coca Cola! On routes with poor public transportation, payment is sometimes. Otherwise, just stay by the cashier of the petrol station or at the door expected and ordinary pickups magically turn into ''collectivos'' (they can't forbid you thatshared taxis) and ask.
Mexico also has many border control and military and police checkpoints (''retén'') in On the middle small roads, however, hitchhiking can sometimes be time-consuming – waiting times of 2–3 hours are not unheard of the highways throughout the country. These can be great for hitchhikingBe prepared with patience, water and sun cream. It's usually good practice Although in many places locals hitch to ask get home from the personnel grocery store for permission beforehandinstance, hitchhiking as a lifestyle or as a means of long-distance travel is not so common in Mexico and oftentimes they'll be asking all not everybody might immediately understand what you want. So, on the drivers where they're goingmountain roads for instance, so they can even let you know if someone's going your brain should be wired more to your destinationenjoy the magnificent views and eating the abundance of fruit nature has on offer rather than making a lot of progress.
You As for security, most hitchhikers never encounter any major problems. Mexico is an enormous country and experiences vary a lot from state to state. If you want to avoid risks, you can also catch long rides at avoid the exits of states close to the cities border with USA - Tamaulipas, Coahuila, Chihuahua and Durango, i.e. take buses and collectivos when you travel on traveling north of the highways. Many cities have speed bumps line between Tampico, San Luis Potosi and Mazatlan (''tope''the map) where . Apparently also the highway begins at states of Guerrero and Michoacán (mostly by the edge of town. On smaller highways in more rural areascoast), there are often speed bumps at every little town, making it easy to move quickly with a number of shorter ridesSinaloa and Veracruz can be risky.
Many of the largerIf you go hitchhiking in Mexico, faster highways operate on being able to speak and understand at least a toll systembit of Spanish is nearly mandatory. It's common for there to be a free road (''libre'') parallel to the paid one (''cuota'')Apart from touristic areas, the former being slower and easier to catch ridesmost people you encounter do not speak English, but unless they have lived in the latter much more likely for getting longer rides. The tollbooths (US which isn''caseta'') can be good places, toot all that infrequent. HoweverStill, sometimes if you have to stand about 100m past the tollbooth (ask the attendants where know Spanish you can stand), so traffic has often already picked up speed by the time they communicate way better with people and get to youa closer connection with them. Useful [[Spanish]] words are "ride" and "aventón", and it can be difficult for cars to pull overboth meaning a lift. Often there's restrooms, gas stations and stores just past Near the [[Guatemala|Guatemalan]] border the ''caseta'', word "jalón" is used. No one understands what hitchhiking or autostop means so you can talk to drivers that stop there. Signs can come in really handy at tollboothssay “busco/buscamos un ride” instead when looking for a ride.
=== Signs ==Signs are almost always unnecessary in Mexico.=
Signs are almost always unnecessary in Mexico. However, if they really seem to help when you're in an area with hitching at a lot of local traffic, it might be useful to make a sign that says "Siguiente Gasolinera" (next gas station). Then you can get a ride to a better hitchhiking spot. Similarly, signs that say "reten" (checkpoint) or "''caseta" (tollbooth) can be really usefulde cobro'', especially when cars are passing quickly and the checkpoint or tollbooth is only 10 or 20 km awayhighway splits soon after.
== License plates == Mexican license plates are very easy If you're in an area with a lot of local traffic, it might be useful to interpret: The name of the issuing federal state is written on them make a sign that says "Siguiente Gasolinera" (as next gas station). Then you will easily notice once in the countrycan get a ride to a better hitchhiking spot. Similarly, signs that say "reten" (checkpoint). When travelling longer distances or in central Mexico with its many small states it "caseta" (tollbooth) can therefore be really useful knowing which state your destination , especially when cars are passing quickly and the checkpoint or tollbooth is in (if you have one)only 10 or 20 km away.
== Shelter = Where to hitchhike? ===
[[File:TortugasYou can hitchhike pretty much everywhere, even on the highway (although pretty much no one stops at such high speeds). In general, asking at gas stations (''gasolinera'') or even traffic lights (''semáforo''), especially on bus stops and the like, can get you far pretty easily.jpg|right|thumb|300px|New born turtles Sometimes it is better to be among the cars, in the coast traffic lights, and directly ask rides from people who have open windows. Sometimes you can just jump in the back of Mexico, walking towards a pick-up without even telling where you are going and just tap on the oceanwindow when you want to get off.]]
When traveling long distances with no specific planOther good places include exits from shopping centers, it becomes difficult to arrange shelter through hospitality networksin truck stops or at the restaurants where truckers eat. Also, Some petrol stations in many small towns few people have access to the internet.Luckily, itnorth don's really easy and safe t allow people to stay over in '''gas stations''' or '''fire stations.'''If you get stuck on the road at nightdo that, but you can ask try to be dropped off at any PEMEX (speak with the only gasoline company of Mexico)manager. It works sometimes. If you talk directly to Otherwise, just stay by the people in charge, they will tell you what's cashier of the safest spot to sleep petrol station or at. Many gas stations also have free showers and you donthe door (they can't need to be a truck driver to use them.When forbid you're inside of a town, it's better to go to the fire station. The firemen are very friendly that) and they are used to host broke travelers from exotic placesask.
If you ask Mexico also has many border control and military and police checkpoints (''retén'') in churches, you should try to find the priest, explain your situation and ask middle of the highways throughout the country. These can be great for a place to stayhitchhiking. Usually, however, they direct you It's usually good practice to ask the police (who, in turnpersonnel for permission beforehand, might direct you back to the church).Bus stations are safe and open 24 hours as there are buses round oftentimes they'll be asking all the clock and there is a security guy. Of coursedrivers where they're going, so they can even let you will have know if someone's going to sleep with one eye open but it’s a somewhat safe place to spend the night.The municipal police is always friendly and you can just ask them where to spend the night. They might assign you a nice well-guarded spot outside in front of the town hall (Palacio Municipal) for instanceyour destination. It’s not a bed but it is a place to stay, with a roof!
If you're traveling through the West Coast it might be difficult to find a free camping site [[File:Tope-mexico.jpg|200px|thumb|left|Hitching at the popular beaches. However, almost every beach town has a '''turtle camp''' where you can camp for free. You might be asked to do some work in exchange, like counting and liberating baby turtles!!!tope (speedbump)]]
== Precautions ==It is even less recommendable than in other countries to take drugs or weapons with you, especially as You can also catch long rides at the exits of 2010 since the Mexican government, backed by cities when you travel on the US DEA who are actually present in Mexico highways. Many cities have speed bumps (!!''tope'') have decided to crack down on narco and weapon traffickingwhere the highway begins at the edge of town. Therefore you likely will be checked Where there are police posts at one of the numerous check points, especially in the north as you near the US border. But it's also good entrance or exits to know that the soldiers hardly ever search all the way through a large back-packtowns, unless you answer their questions really badthere are usually topes too. If the vehicle you're riding On smaller highways in does get stopped just stay calmmore rural areas, show your passportthere are often speed bumps at every little town, say the magic words "''turista''" ("tourist") and "''de paseo nada más''" ("just passing"), and if they ask making it easy to see your stuff open you bag and show them that it's all clothes and stuffmove quickly with a number of shorter rides.
AlsoMany of the larger, faster highways operate on a toll system. It's common for there to be a free road (''libre'') parallel to the paid one (''cuota''), the former being slower and easier to catch rides, but the latter much more likely for getting longer rides. The tollbooths (''caseta'') can be good places too, in and the ones near the southcities can usually be reached by local transport. However, your drivers sometimes you might ask be told to stand about 100m past the tollbooth itself, so traffic has often already picked up speed by the time they get to you about your immigration status and advise it can be difficult for cars to pull over. Fortunately, there are often restrooms, gas stations and stores just past the ''caseta'', so you of immigration check pointscan talk to drivers that stop there. Signs can come in really handy at tollbooths.
In some mid-sized cities like [[Tampico]], Oaxaca, and [[Pachuca]] there are no transit roads and you have to cross the city. Taking a bus makes things easier.
 
== Safety ==
 
It is even less recommendable than in other countries to take drugs or weapons with you, especially since after 2010 the Mexican government, backed by the US DEA who are actually present in Mexico (!!), have decided to crack down on drug and weapon trafficking. This has declined again since the following government of Peña Nieto seems to be more friendly towards the narcos. There still are numerous checkpoints all around the country, but in general it doesn't seem very likely that you will be checked and the soldiers hardly ever search all the way through a large back-pack, unless you answer their questions really bad. If the vehicle you're riding in does get stopped just stay calm, show your passport, say the magic words "''turista''" ("tourist") and "''de paseo nada más''" ("just passing"), and if they ask to see your stuff open you bag and show them that it's all clothes and stuff. Small quantities of marijuana are decriminalized and police officers can probably be convinced to overlook them with a small payment, although of course the Hitchwiki community endorses neither drug possession nor bribery. ;-) Be aware that knives are illegal as they are considered "lethal weapons" according to Mexican law and can theoretically be punished by up to five years of prison.
 
In the south, your drivers might ask you about your immigration status and advise you of immigration check points.
=== Single Women ===
One of the great things of hitchhiking in Mexico is that even if you travel alone, you rarely have to hitch-hike alone, because hitchhiking is such a common activity among locals - joining locals hitching will not only add to the fun, but also your safety. This is especially handy as in certain areas - like in the North, around [[Chihuahua (City)|Chihuahua]] - men might take you for a prostitute (even if you have a large bag and totally look like a foreigner).
== Map==The Guia Roji road atlas [[Image:20180310 123251.jpg|thumb|240px|left|my girl Ave ride beggin' in San Isidro Mazatepec, Jalisco- a pueblo harboring my favorite taco stand with the maps of the major cities is maybe worth the 100 Pesos, but people tend to know the roads so if most toppings you ask lots of questions you can also get around without one.'ll ever want [two_string_sally]]]
== Personal experience ==:''It may be extremely easy to hitch One of the great things of hitchhiking in mainland Mexicois that even if you travel alone, but in the Baja California peninsulayou rarely have to hitch-hike alone, it's because hitchhiking is such a completely different story! In [[Baja California]], there is common activity among locals - joining locals hitching will not only one road, add to the HWY 1fun, which isn't hell to hitchhike on but requires a lot of patience: there are often large distances in between cities (which are barely even cities, rather a few ranches and cactus farms) and even larger distances between petrol stations (example: El Rosario is the last one before Guerrero Negro, about 360 km further down in [[Baja California Sur]])also your safety. Getting stuck in the middle of the desert This is NOT fun, and many people can only take you from town to town especially handy as it is local traffic or gringos doing one of the many races down in the Baja. Also, unless you are planning on staying certain areas - like in Baja and going back up towards the USA-Mexico borderNorth, you should hitchhike from around [[MexicaliChihuahua (City)|Chihuahua]] south. If - men might take you plan on heading to mainland Mexico from the Baja, for a prostitute (even if you must take have a large bag and totally look like a ferry in either [[La Paz (Baja California Surforeigner)|La Paz]] or [[Cabo San Lucas]] towards [[Mazatlán]], which costs about 80$ USD."
:''The Yucatan Peninsula ''([[Campeche]], [[Yucatán]User:Zenit|Zenit], [[Quintana Roo]])'', on seriously disagrees with the other hand, outshines all statement that "you rarely have to hitch-hike alone" in Mexico for its ease and amiability of hitchhiking. You might not even fall victim to Moctezuma revenge eating old papaya slushies In three months, between Baja California and bean burritos out of the trash in some of those tourist stripsCancún, he only saw other hitchhikers two or three times. Hey!"
:''In 10 months and tens of thousands of km covered by thumb, my only "bad" experience was between Pto. Angel and [[Oaxaca (City)User:two_string_sally|Oaxaca Citytwo_string_sally]] thinks the day she hitched from San Isidro Mazatepec, Jalisco to the airport (50 km) was a notorious drug routefun ole time! prior to that she'd hitched 2, as I later learned). The driver asked me to drive 600 km with her male friend and once I was behind received the usual creepiness of the wheel informed me world. she will say, however, that the van was full of Colombiamexican men (and turkish, indian etc) seem to perceive us western women as free lovin's finest. I nearly shat myself(which, but the experience turned out relative to be quite interestingtheir culture, as we were forced to make several detours to avoid police checkpointsare), taking me through beautiful and remote parts of had the [[Oaxaca|Oaxacan]] mountains I otherwise never would usual, 'do you want to have sex with me?,' leg touching drama you just have discovered. Be careful not to get set updeal with. A verynothin' dangerous, very, rare occurance, but one that can happenshe might add.''FUN TIMES!
[[Image:''I traveled for 8 months in Mexico, all by 31723347 1762829300429691 117312268571508736 n.jpg|thumb. I came down Baja California, hitched a sailboat from La Paz to Mazatlán, steamed over to [[Veracruz (City)|Veracruz]] for 240px|left|the carnivalperils of female hitching. nothing dangerous, went up and around but annoying when the Yucatánguys start touching your hair, then down into [[Chiapas]], Guatemala, and then back trying to Veracruzsleep on your shoulder, across to all the big central cities, and down or making a grab for your no no zones ha! strange times but super fun hanging at the Pacific coast to Oaxaca and Guatemala once moreaguascalientes with them. I got picked up by plenty of self-proclaimed drug dealers. Whatever. Lovely countrypictured is Avery warding off a sleepy kid. -- [[User:Chael777|Chael777two_string_sally]]]''
:''I hitched at exits and on-ramps and speed bumps (topes) and made excellent time from [[Matamoros]] to [[Catemaco]]. As long as cars are going somewhat slow any place is really a good place to hitchhike. I rarely waited more than fifteen minutes. People were very hospitable. I was treated to lots of delicious food and given places to stay by those who picked me up. '''This is my favorite country to hitchhike thus far.''' --[[User:Eripson|Eripson]]== Food ==
Vegetarians/vegans:''The small less trafficky roads, in the mountains and in Chiapas for instance, can test your patience. If you are coming from south (Guatemala) people might be afraid to pick if you up because there are so many checkpoints. Even the ones who do stop ask food carts or taco places if you they have problems with authoritiesanything vegetarian, and they say no, if you are smuggling drugs or if you have a passport."--look at the ingredients they've got in their work area and get creative! [[User:AstikainChinahitch|AstikainOne vegetarian traveller]] ([[User talk:Astikain|talk]]) 15:59, 4 June 2013 (CEST)'s favourite is tomato and avocado taco.
== Cities Personal experiences ==* [[Acapulco]]* [[Arriaga]]* [[Ciudad Valles]]* [[Guadalajara]]* [[Guanajuato (city)| Guanajuato]]* [[Mexico City]] (capital)* [[Oaxaca (City)|Oaxaca]]* [[Palenque]]* [[Poza Rica]]* [[Puebla (city)|Puebla]]* [[Querétaro (city)| Querétaro]]* [[San Cristóbal de las Casas]]* [[San Luis Potosí (city)| San Luis Potosí]]* [[Tehuantepec]]* [[Tuxtla]]* [[Xalapa (City)|Xalapa]]
== Gallery ==<gallerystyle="float:right; width:200px; margin-left:25px;">
Image:Katja and Augustas in Mexico.JPG|Hitchhikers [[Katja and Augustas]] barely fit with all their stuff in the front of this pickup.
Image:Katja hitchhiking in Mexico.JPG|[[Katja and Augustas|Katja]] is ready to get a ride!
Image:Augustas is helping to push the truck in Mexico.JPG|Sometimes hitchhikers can be of help to a driver - here [[Lithuania]]n hitchhiker [[Katja and Augustas|Augustas]] helping to push a truck somewhere in Mexico.
</gallery>
 
 
''It may be extremely easy to hitch in mainland Mexico, but in the Baja California peninsula, it's a completely different story! In [[Baja California]], there is only one road, the HWY 1, which isn't hell to hitchhike on but requires a lot of patience: there are often large distances in between cities (which are barely even cities, rather a few ranches and cactus farms) and even larger distances between petrol stations (example: El Rosario is the last one before Guerrero Negro, about 360 km further down in [[Baja California Sur]]). Getting stuck in the middle of the desert is NOT fun, and many people can only take you from town to town as it is local traffic or gringos doing one of the many races down in the Baja. Also, unless you are planning on staying in Baja and going back up towards the USA-Mexico border, you should hitchhike from [[Mexicali]] south. If you plan on heading to mainland Mexico from the Baja, you must take a ferry in either [[La Paz (Baja California Sur)|La Paz]] or [[Cabo San Lucas]] towards [[Mazatlán]], which costs about 80$ USD'' - [[User:Narfette|Narfette]], April 2008
 
 
''The Yucatan Peninsula ''([[Campeche]], [[Yucatán]], [[Quintana Roo]])'', on the other hand, outshines all Mexico for its ease and amiability of hitchhiking. You might not even fall victim to Moctezuma revenge eating old papaya slushies and bean burritos out of the trash in some of those tourist strips. Hey''
 
 
''In 10 months and tens of thousands of km covered by thumb, my only "bad" experience was between Pto. Angel and [[Oaxaca (City)|Oaxaca City]] (a notorious drug route, as I later learned). The driver asked me to drive and once I was behind the wheel informed me that the van was full of Colombia's finest. I nearly shat myself, but the experience turned out to be quite interesting, as we were forced to make several detours to avoid police checkpoints, taking me through beautiful and remote parts of the [[Oaxaca|Oaxacan]] mountains I otherwise never would have discovered. Be careful not to get set up. A very, very, rare occurance, but one that can happen.''- unknown hitchhiker, July 2010
 
 
''I traveled for 8 months in Mexico, all by thumb. I came down Baja California, hitched a sailboat from La Paz to Mazatlán, steamed over to [[Veracruz (City)|Veracruz]] for the carnival, went up and around the Yucatán, then down into [[Chiapas]], Guatemala, and then back to Veracruz, across to all the big central cities, and down the Pacific coast to Oaxaca and Guatemala once more. I got picked up by plenty of self-proclaimed drug dealers. Whatever. Lovely country.'' - [[User:Chael777|Chael777]]'', August 2011
 
''I hitched at exits and on-ramps and speed bumps (topes) and made excellent time from [[Matamoros]] to [[Catemaco]]. As long as cars are going somewhat slow any place is really a good place to hitchhike. I rarely waited more than fifteen minutes. People were very hospitable. I was treated to lots of delicious food and given places to stay by those who picked me up. This is my favorite country to hitchhike thus far'' - [[User:Eripson|Eripson]], March 2012
 
 
''The small less trafficky roads, in the mountains and in Chiapas for instance, can test your patience. If you are coming from south (Guatemala) people might be afraid to pick you up because there are so many checkpoints. Even the ones who do stop ask if you have problems with authorities, if you are smuggling drugs or if you have a passport.'' - [[User:Astikain|Astikain]] ([[User talk:Astikain|talk]]) 15:59, 4 June 2013 (CEST)
 
 
''I hitchhiked for two months through the mainland and had a great experience. People are very friendly and willing to help. The biggest thing is getting outside the city. The good thing about the big highways is you are more likely to get a long ride, the bad thing it can be rough to have someone pull over. The small villages are easier to get rides but tend to be short.'' - Jason
 
 
''ANDALE! México remains my favorite place to catch a ride- starting in san diego, cali and winding up in ciudad de guatemala a month later was a breeze. forget about that one 24 hour wait in Tonalà (7eleven outside Guadalajara, you were cruel to me), and hear me out when i say that topés (speed rumps) are your besties and camionetas (pick ups) are the most splendid way -and most common ride- to view méxico, especially with a cold Modelo in your hand and Chalino Sanchez serenading your ears from the front seat. got our shit checkpoint-searched HARD in southern baja, witnessed bribes in guate, were taken to unknown aguascalientes in jalisco, had too much tequlia in Tequila, got robbed in jocotepec, hitched a ride with turkeys, bread, candy and piñatas, drank the waters of canyon aguacero in chiapas. oh what a wonderful world. thumbed it solo as a chick and with a male and later female road dawg. ¡buen viaje! signing off.''- two_string_sally april 2018
 
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[[File:Tortugas.jpg|right|thumb|300px|New born turtles in the coast of Mexico, walking towards the ocean.]]
 
 
For general info about moneyless travels in Mexico, see [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1iqhpdy67vceKm6LBTsYQFU_wulqCb7Q-dPRooZxuU0U/mobilebasic?pli=1 this] handy document.
 
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