Looking for a break from the Phoenix summer heat, I needed a road trip. Several of my friends headed North this weekend for Sedona, Flagstaff, and Payson. We headed South to Mexico!
With some US cash in our pockets, passports (or Global Entry cards), iced coffee, and a full tank of gas we were on our way.
Total drive time was under 2 hours each way! We paid $4 for parking on the US side of the fence (quite literally a fence dividing the countries) and walked through the International pedestrian border crossing. The crossing for cars in either direction was slow moving and packed. Mexico auto insurance must be purchased to drive across the border. Walking was so much easier and faster to cross the border and getting around town. Comfy sport sandals were a great footwear choice due to the many stairs and all of the walking. Continue reading “Day Trip in Nogales, Mexico”
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