Going back to Mexico/Central America at the start of November...join me? (1 Viewer)

Everymanalion

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So I just got back from Tenn/Southern Texas/Northern Mexico recently and I want to go down there for a longer period this time, anyone between NYC/Texas want to meet up and head south before the real cold hits?
 
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astr0

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I might be interested.

You hitching back down or riding freight, or both?
How do you scrounge up money across the border?
 
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Everymanalion

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Probably taking the Chinatown bus as far as I can go south then hitching the rest of the way. I busk(harmonica) or just plain 'ol spange down there and work odd jobs IF it is ever available which is not very often.
 

zephyr23

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their the international rainbow this dec in mexico and mad fam are driving down their togather.....i might be going it wil be my third ti me in mexico
 

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