Part two of her cave painting excursion, Chelsea becomes familiar with the Mexican desert, and a little too familiar with the Mexican…
Having reached her desert capacity, Chelsea is brought to tears when she finally comes face to face with the ocean, and discovers her favourite Baja town.
After Van Morrison turns on Chelsea over a passing love interest, she fears she is left to fend for herself while encountering her first Mexican checkpoint
Deeper into the desert, Chelsea stops in a tiny village where gas stations are loaded pick up trucks, and the only hotel looks almost too good to be true
Hoping for a relaxing detour amid the posh wine trails of Valle de Guadalupe in Baja California, Chelsea winds up trapped in a Mexican flood at a seemingly abandoned campsite in the middle of nowhere.
After sorting her immigration woes, Chelsea ditches Van Morrison and eats her way through the tantalizing streets of Ensenada
After almost a month of driving alone through Canada and the US, Chelsea finally makes it to the Tijuana border. But will they let her through…?
Chelsea hits San Diego as she closes in on the last leg of the U.S. with a stop at an all American historic gem as she continues towards Mexico from Canada.
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