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Looking for an RV topic? Search the entire forum HERE. Please login or register. Did you miss your activation email? Home Help Login Register. Baja Mexico as I saw it! At least in Baja and if you use a little common sense.
We were told it would be better to camp where other people were camping. Makes sense to me. Anyone who bases their opinion of Mexico by the border towns is doing themselves a major disservice. Much more of this exciting beautiful country can be found further south, well below Ensenada, Tijuana and Mexicali.
San Felipe is the minimum you should go to experience the charm this country has to offer. All the locals we met were very hospitable and glad to see you. After all, their main income is tourism. They are used to dealing with Gringos and many times know exactly what you want.
If your good at charades all the better. We entered Mexico at Calexico. The border came up on us so quick, I was still eating a Jack in the Box burger. Crossing the border was quick and uneventful. Three questions were asked: We drove around this city for a bit watching the locals do what they can for a buck. At just about every corner someone wanted to clean your windshield. Before we knew it we were heading south on Highway 3 which is what we needed to get down to San Felipe.
The roads weren't marked real well, and most of the signs were covered in graffiti. About an hour later we came upon a road block it was the Mexican army checking every auto that drove by. With ours they just open our cooler full of beer and soda and smiled when they saw Coca-Cola.