To be fair of Garmin in last post, I know my map says North America but..... Central America and northern tip of South America are also shown. That gave me the confidence that all would be good. Shame on me but garmin, don't provide a map with 40% detail. Don't show it at all so I know to get one from OSM Back to the story if anyone is still with me This was a first time having a video camera so I didn't take many photos. I will put together a video in the next day or two. I was woke at 6:00AM by the lady from the hotel. There is a market being set-up and I needed my bike moved before the street was blocked off. Quick shower (no hot water and no water pressure) and off and riding. I set my garmin to point me towards San Juan Ostuncalco taking whatever road looked correct. Several times I was going the wrong way on a one way but nobody cared much. I got to Ostuncalco, stopped at the market for breakfast and walked around. If I had room, I would've bought several blankets. From there, I wanted to spend my next night in Guatemala City. I had another saved location and started following the indicator arrow for what roads to take. A few hours of great mountain riding, I came on stopped traffic. I took the shoulder for a few miles and got to an area with someone on a loud speaker saying what I couldn't understand. I was going to go around but was worried it might be a funeral service or something. There was a truck next to me and had an official looking door sticker. I motioned if I could go around. He shook his head no and asked in english where I was going. Guatemala City. He highly recommended I don't try as all roads leading to the city are blocked by protesters. I saw a weather report about a hurricane forecasted, my garmin not displaying a map (and finding small road options to get around road blocks) and no cell phone (my fault for not finding a local sim card), I decided it would be better to head back to Mexico and take a slower route that got me off all the toll roads. I spent that evening in La Democracia. In the morning, I went back to the border, stamped out, back into Mexico and I was off. I really wish I would've stayed in Guatemala longer but I wasn't mentally ready for it (really didn't think I would get in either from covid or not having some document or whatever).