Author Topic: Scenic Mexico coastal highway collapses after rain, small earthquakes: reports  (Read 385 times)

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Hopefully the rain stays on the west side, brother in law is taking all of his family to Cancun this week.

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Back in the early-mid 80s I rode that highway twice in 50 mile bicycle races.

There are two routes from Rosarito to Ensenada. This one is known as the "old road" or coastal route, and the new road, or inland route.

Very scenic, indeed. But after the 2nd time, I quit going to Mexico entirely, and won't ever go back, unless dramatic changes come about.
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