Nos dejaron parquear en el estacionamiento junto a la marina, y usar gratis los baños y la ducha... muy amables
|Al Memin Restaurant
Paramos una noche acá, el italian coffe nos pasó su wifi y detrás de ese edificio hay un grifo con agua NO potable
|Pemex with Oxxo
El mejor lugar para parar en Puebla, los agentes super amables, nos ofrecieron el wifi, ducha y baños... Además nos dieron mapas de la ciudad por lo que salimos a conocer la ciudad súper tranquilos de que la camio quedaba segura...
Victor y Nora nos recibieron en su casa, nos sentimos súper tranquilos y aprovechamos a descansar y conocer la ciudad...
|Cholula Free Parking
7$ to camp and use the pools and bought a fried fish for 5$ (fish soup is 3$) fast wifi, allowed to refill water and had a big pool to myself. Owner is a policeman from the nearby town
|Off Hwy Ecuador 45
needed to filter or boil water when we were there due to recent bad weather and rain
|Camping Serón (Fantastico Sur)
we had a broken exhaust manifold. they dismounted the whole engine of our Mercedes Sprinter. qualified and very clean work, best free mechanic we met. Fair price, we can highly recommend. Speaks english.
|Servicio Automoto Romero
Mot that mysterious - El Horno means The Oven.. I asked an old guy in San Javier and he said that it was used to slake limestone to create building lime - the old mortar binder before Portland cement.
I try by the same way as German he was pissed because I pay for the invitation and I sad maybe by Land I will do the visa in Germany :( sad
One of our favorite place in all our five months trip. View is absoluty amazing ! But you may have to be lucky (or patient) to see it. We spend an entire day in our van waiting the rain to stops. But the sunrise of the next morning was absolutely stunning and it worth it so much.
The access is difficult without a 4x4 but we did it with our combi. We had to push it several time and our clothes were muddy at the end but for us it's part of the fun. We were in March, so may be it's not doable in 2WD during the winter. We let you judge !
|Exclusive Torres del Paine View Point
Dunes next to the Oued below the old fort. There are a few fishermen/ guardians living in the fort above. The dunes provide some shelter from wind. Also possible to camp further north up Plage Blanche. 4x4 required. The only people we saw around here were off roaders, army, and fishermen living all along the cliffs. We took the road behind plage blanche to arrive, it was extremely rocky hammara. Better to drive up the oued if it is dry enough and on plage blanche rather than through the desert. Anywhere around here is fine camping. Do not proceed on plage blanche south of this point- very soft sand to dead end before cap draa. Cap draa is accessible by very rough but not technical road on top of cliffs.
|Aoreora/ Plage Blanche Dunes
A perfect stop on the route up to Tete. Ulli is a warm and welcoming host - we used his equipped outdoor, covered kitchen and he arranged a couple of local beers for us to enjoy after driving the long and very bad N1 road! The garden is beautifully curated and there’s plenty of room for a 4x4 with roof tent. We slightly got lost finding the exact location so keep in contact with Ulli when arriving, he kindly came and found us! We paid 600mts per person for camping.
Nice Campesite with fireplace and cottages. Very friendly owners.
Horseriding ist also possible. Good and healthy horses. Trail riding with a nice view.
|Stony Creek Cottage
Currently charging 23 pesos for 20L, there are definitely cheaper places around.
Super fast and nice attendant who spoke a little bit English! 1 Liter is 12.76 pesos
nice place, quite and has bathrooms. from what I can tell you can park here overnight legally. no signs stating otherwise. thanks Regan!
|USMC CPL David M. Sonka Dog Park
quiet, peaceful, the permanent resident couple is still there, they keep to themselves. light traffic during the day, completely quiet at night. stayed 2 nights from Friday to Sunday.
people sight seeing do show up on weekends, maybe 5 cars total and then take off. Tmobile decent data the closer to the north west corner of the pullout you get.
we took the tundra up there along with a diesel heater it was nice and comfy.
On the side of the road, big sport field
Beautiful quiet spot by the river. Used by locals and clean. Road to get here is not great at first and I would only drive the last couple of meters with high ground clearance vehicle as the path consists of large rocks. With a bicycle you can cycle carefully or push. Lots of trees and a ring for a bonfire. Met nobody here.
Stayed here for 2 nights, couple of spots, easy for 2WD and no high clearance needed. Electric wire towers nearby, but didn’t bother. Very close to Horseshoebend, antilope canyon, walmart,… perfect and beautiful spot to stay overnight in Page, only very exposed.
|Electric Tower off Hwy 89
Very nice established campsite. All facilities from pools to roofed campsites. Roofing is high enough to erect rooftop tent under!
|Weltevrede Country Resort
was 1 van at front of lot, rv at back. we chose to be near front for safety in numbers of vans :) was a relatively quiet location, would stay again.
Good, compact site with rooms, tents to rent and a small restaurant with WiFi.
exit Mohawk Valley off I8. as described. some interstate noise. high Berm to cross
|S Ave 52½ East, east of Yuma AZ
Mohawk Valley is the exit off I8. sorry...............................
|S Ave 52½ East, east of Yuma AZ
Just an operational ATM on the right side of the Atlantic Bank's entrance. No local fée.
|ATM at Atlantic Bank
Walk for 15 minutes in 30cm of water to go beyond the coral reef and tease the local fish...
Be careful, it's better to crawl in the water, the coastguards are doing rounds and don't like to see you dragging yourself towards the corals
Track accessible to all vehicles
|Hush the neighbours !
Duchas frias gratuitas neste posto. Ele fecha 20h então não dormimos aqui, mas tomamos banho sem problemas.
Few other vehicles parked on Friday night, so far no issues. Quite, low traffic. Most other places on Oregon Coast have "no camping, no overnight parking" signs.
|Cape perpetua parking off 101
Local street food!! They sell tortillas and bolones, typical from Ecuador, and they are very tasty, many flavors to choose (yuca, choclo, platano maduro o verde, etc.), some of them are filled with cheese. Very cheap 60cent each!! The only place we found in Cuenca selling tortillas. You can eat here or buy to go. It's called "cafeteria paolita" and it we saw a lot of local people buying here.
|Cheap Delicious Tortillas