The first bike-paddle strokes in Mexico were the first ones in Latin America, which will be of the rest of the trip, but still, it was for sure North America. We heard a lot of stories about Mexico (mainly from United Statians!) and discovering it by ourselves was a pleasure, where I never felt uncomfortable and even less in danger. Even though I made less kilometers than in USA or Canada, I spent more time in Mexico, stopping more often, longer time.
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First of all, let’s start by a little video that I shot with Talen’s cellphone, whom I shared the road with for 3 days. Continue reading
The three last Mexican states in 32 pictures: Puebla, Oaxaca and Chiapas.
From Zacatecas to the Guatemalan border, a lot of things happened! To discover here in this video. As a complement, the blogpost Wind’s waves goes deeper in some elements and reveals other stuff!
There are things hard to present in a video, even more with pictures: invisible elements that are jostling me, instant concerns where taking out the camera is the least of my priority, feelings and emotions lived on-the-spot. Southern Mexico have been rich, thrilling, rough. Continue reading