Una Cameron, Dos Pescado Tacos, Una Aqua Frio, Una Coka Diet por favor… Yep, we went into Mexico this afternoon, spent $4.30, and we had the most wonderful tacos… It has been sooo long since we’ve had that perfect taste of the Mexican Taco. Algodones, Baja California is located just a few miles west, so we decided to go see what we have heard so much about. It is a charming “South of the Border” village that got it’s recognition for being the “Dental Mecca” for those of us in the U.S. on a budget. As we approached the border we were directed into a large fenced parking lot. It is run by the Indian Reservation on this side of the border and makes it easy for those of us that want to walk into Algodones. It is but a short walk to the center of town. As soon as you cross the border you are met by young men trying to coax you to their dentist or druggist. No matter which direction you took into town, you were right at the door of one or the other and this was to continue until there were no more blocks to walk. Of course the colorful handicrafts of jewelry, pottery, glassware, clothing and more were available from the Mexican artists. We also found the taco stand which was high on our priority list and after a long day of “shopping”, we found a second place to settle down for a Margarita and a great Mariachi Band. Our quick visit to Algodones was just about finished, all that was left was a quick walk to the border, cross through the gates, find our car, and head back to the campground. It was all too short a visit, but on the good side it we will be doing a second and possibly a third before too long.