Only In Mexico....

Discussion in 'Latin America' started by Arte, Sep 5, 2010.

  1. Arte

    Arte Pata de Perro

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    Nice! that is a good one, but looks like a 1.5 CV version to me!:lol3
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  2. H96669

    H96669 A proud pragmatist.

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    I debated that one too...my pun was on the little french car,the Citroen 2CV, Chevaux-Vapeur or yep....Caballos de vapor!:lol3
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  3. Hektoglider

    Hektoglider One with Life

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    El Fuerte Siniloa
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  4. Arte

    Arte Pata de Perro

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    :clap they are welded to the rim!!!
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  5. Arte

    Arte Pata de Perro

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    tired of waiting for his owner !! :D

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  6. Arte

    Arte Pata de Perro

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    TACO HORSE DRIVE THRU


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  7. Arte

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    Mexico Subway free entertainment (tip them)

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  8. ApexJeff

    ApexJeff Been here awhile

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    This was taken near Durango, MX. I was about 50 miles into the ride from Durango to Mazatlan when my rear ring gear bearing went out. I hired these guys who had just put a new?(NO LIGHTS) box on their pick up to haul me down to Mazatlan for repairs.. I agreed to pay 2000 peso's. Before we took off the brothers both did the sign of the cross, pumped the brakes to get the hydralic fluid going and off we went. After we were about 20 miles, I was asked if I wanted to stop for weed, but told them nothing until were were safe in Mazatlan. Another 20 miles and they stopped and asked if I wanted to get some snort, again I told them nothing until we reached Mazatlan. After another 20 miles I finally agreed to buy them 2 cervaza's, nothing more.. We did reach Mazatlan safely, tired to unload the bike but they had pulled the keys to make sure before we unloaded at Pemex they were paid. Just good business.

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  9. SR

    SR Long timer

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    Los Duranguenses son muy buena gente y tambien son muy Cabrones!
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  10. Arte

    Arte Pata de Perro

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    No brakes and crossing ESPINAZO DEL DIABLO?...:eek1

    good all went good for you at the end.
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  11. Arte

    Arte Pata de Perro

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    The latest Schuberth Helmet line.... here showing the orange model.


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  12. Arte

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    I would think twice before get some tacos there...:lol3

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  13. ApexJeff

    ApexJeff Been here awhile

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    Road from Puebla to Oaxaca. These guys live in the valley below and commute on mule each day to sell oil and water to auto's and moto's on the toll road.

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  14. Tricepilot

    Tricepilot Bailando Con Las Estrellas Super Moderator Super Supporter

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    As the warning on the sign indicates, the Holiday Inn Veracruz isn't responsible for Acts of God, or some other, even greater force

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  15. MikeMike

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    That's from the downtown one, no?

    Mexico is likely the only country in the world where a historical nunnery (convent) gets converted into a Holiday Inn hotel. Betcha the food was better when it was a 19th century nunnery!
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  16. Tricepilot

    Tricepilot Bailando Con Las Estrellas Super Moderator Super Supporter

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    ^ Ate at a nice fish place on the water. Not to impune the restaurant's offering (I believe the restaurant in the hotel was closed anyway), but I've never eaten in any hotel when in Veracruz and I promise I never will.
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  17. Trey650

    Trey650 Are We There Yet?

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    On our way to the Baja 1000, Who's chase vehicle was this?

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  18. Wolverine1305

    Wolverine1305 The english is hard

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    Hey Arte great idea.
    I am going to looking for my pictures and I will post it.
    nice and funny pictures.

    Que buena idea Arte.
    Voy a buscar mi fotos y las publicare.
    bonitas y divertidas fotos.
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  19. Bato

    Bato Been here awhile

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    Someone shows up to a bike rally on his narcolambo
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  20. Arte

    Arte Pata de Perro

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    a full service TAXI.... did you forgot to bring your mints or water? no problem!

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