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Old 09-18-2006, 06:10 PM   #1
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Is there anyone out there that travels to Mexico Seems to me with this many members there should be some I'd love to participate in some discussions campgrounds, routes etc.
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Old 09-18-2006, 06:10 PM   #2
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Is there anyone out there that travels to Mexico Seems to me with this many members there should be some I'd love to participate in some discussions campgrounds, routes etc.
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Old 09-18-2006, 06:29 PM   #3
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Magic Carpet; We have travelled a lot of Mexico. We have a home in Bahia de Kino, Sonora but hope to go further south in our BlueBird this winter. I will try to answer any of your questions. A few of us from another forum are planning a Taste of Mexico Rally to Kino this March. It is open to anyone and will be a low cost chance to experience Mexico. We are not a business. Just want others to learn about this great country. Any one who is interested just email me for info. Still in planning stages but will probably be 3 days.

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Old 09-22-2006, 11:19 PM   #4
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Hi Ho: As we are currently in Jena, Germany we won't be able to go to Mexico for another year. However we would like to to that but have a question. Many years ago we took the MH to Mexico and got gas there which turned out to be something of a problem. How can one be relatively certain that the gas is really something that engines like to burn?
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Old 09-23-2006, 01:16 PM   #5
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We started Mexico travel last year with the "La Peñita Express Almost Free Caravan" to the La Penita RV park and resort. We were going to go to La Peñita on our own this year but Bill and Dot emailed us to see if we wanted to go again, we had so much fun last year we said yes. If you haven't traveled in Mexico before, I suggest you get the book, "Traveler's Guide to Mexican Camping" by Mike and Terri Church. The "GUIA ROJI Mexico Tourist Road Atlas" is a good buy. You might want to take Moisheh up on his offer too. Lots of folks go down on their own and have no problems, but if you are a little leery, pair up with someone for the first few days.
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We have spent the past three winters in Mexico, mostly in and around the Bahia de Kino area. Hwy 15 from Nogales is a good 4-lane road (toll road). We have never had a problem with the gas. There are many stations and as they are all owned by the govt. the price is the same everywhere. You just have to watch the attendants when they pump your gas so they don't overcharge you, but we only had this happen one time.
This year we plan to leave Dallas right after Christmas and go in through Eagle Pass, TX into the interior and through to Mazatlan. There are lots of RV parks there and it is very easy to get around with good bus service. We love Mexico and the people are great and very helpful to tourists.
If you have more specific questions would be happy to try and answer them.
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