Pan-American trip resources:
Horizons Unlimited – An excellent site geared only not towards motorcyclists, but is useful for anyone overlanding. The forums are good too.
iOverlander – Superb resource and one of my top three when it comes to finding cheap camping through the Americas and beyond.
Life Remotely – Redefining travel, living and working anywhere is possible for anyone, these guys will show you how.
S&M Boilerworks – Current and well-informed information about Central America and South America, created by a couple Mike and Shannon who even take the time to publish up-to-date reports on: borders, expenses and accommodation.
Garmin Zumo 660, Tom Tom Rider 400 or any other satellite navigation device.
Wikitravel – The Free Travel Guide.
Overland Junction – Connecting riders on the road.
US visa process (from Mexico):
NB: If you’re a European Union citizen and only wish to visit the United States for up to three months, apply online for a US visa via the ESTA programme, it costs $14 US and will hopefully be approved within 24 hours.
The process outlined below is for a EU citizen wishing to visit the US on up to a ten-year multiple entry visa, known as a Tourist B2 visa:
Finger printing appointment: Hamburgo # 213, PB Anexo, Col. Juárez, Del. Cuauhtémoc, Mexico City, 06600
US Embassy address: Paseo de la Reforma # 305, Col. Cuauhtémoc, Del. Cuauhtémoc, Mexico City, 06500
Reciprocity information (Not applicable to those travelling on a British passport)
Making ends meet on the road:
Keeping healthy on the road:
NB: Fresh is best and most of us eat opportunistically when we have to in certain countries but remember, there’s always the multivitamin as a short term back up.