Staying online while being on the road

Our thoughts on how to stay online while being on the road, and our review on the wireless pocket size modem by Tep Wireless. On our roadtrip through Mexico and Centralamerica (sofar), we’ve been taking our time to test out the mobile hotspot, by the company Tep Wireless. here’s our verdict and explanation on why…

The unwritten rules for driving in Mexico

Sarcasm may appear If you’re considering a roadtrip in Mexico, there’s a few basic, very simple rules you should know about. The roads Locals working on the roads after rain floods demanding tips is not a rare thing. It seems to us, that they don’t work as much as they demand tips. Even if you…

Southern Mexico 

After Mexico City we entered the regions of Peubla and Chiapas known for their many volcanic lines, lush jungle, Mayan ruins and great culture. We have been fortunate enough to continue meeting kind and endearing locals and travelers from all walks of life, some really helping reverse the awful western stereotype. If only more people…

City Jumping Through Central Mexico 

Gringo Paranoia As we left the Baja we were talking to an elderly gentleman, originally from California, who had been living in Mexico for the past 50 years. He went by the name Rainbow Hawk (also the domain name of his online art website) and what he said has really stuck with us. We asked…

The Baja Peninsula 

The real part of our ‘traveling’ journey didn’t start till we hit the Tijuana boarder on September 20th, which commenced our south bound trip through the Baja. We both were going in blind with what to expect from the Baja Peninsula. This was due to the fact that most of the information we could find…