Mexican LineTurns out, after going through the Aduanas (customs), I entered Mexico with no problem, but had to get a "Temporarily Vehicle Import Permit" in order to be "legal" on the road, and be able to leave the country eventually with my motorcycle without being hassled.
After circling around along the border, I managed to find the Banjercito office, where close to 100 people were waiting in line to process their Vehicle import documents...!!
So much for "no line!".
Temporary Importation Vehicle PermitWell, nearly 3 hours after originally reaching the border, I finally got the TIVP sticker on my windshield!
Mexican highway!Finally on Mexican roads! Now I just need to make it to Monterrey before it gets too dark..!
Friends from Montreal & MonterreyI met up with my friend Yassen from Montréal who was doing an internship at a hospital in Monterrey as part of his Medical studies. And with Israel, my warm and kind new friend who was hosting me in Monterrey though Couchsurfing!
Tram Bus StationsThe Rapid-Bus system gets to have their stations illustrated. The one in the middle caught my eye. :)
Mexico: Nuevo Laredo - Monterrey - San Luis Potosi