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Have you ever traveled to Mexico?
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Have you ever traveled to Mexico?

Thoughts?
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http://elpais.com/elpais/2015/12/08/inenglish/1449577478_064455.html

narco-state at its best
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>>1058344
I have, through the southern and central states. It's a wonderful country to visit. Highly recommend it.

>>1058361
Those guys look like idiot bro-dudes.
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>>1058344
I live in Mexico. Stay away from Tamaulipas, Sinaloa, Michoacan, Guerrero(Acapulco is ok).
You can find hiking and forests in the north, beautiful colonial-era (1600s) small towns (very rich in history and traditions) in mid mexico, and lots of aqua sports, great beaches and night life in southern mexico. I really recommend Cancun and Playa del Carmen.
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Been to Mexico a gorillon times. It's great.
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>>1058344
I'm currently seeking for people who'd like to road trip northern Mexico with a city called Todos Santos as destination cause there's gonna be a music festival and am really excited to see Death Cab live (first time ever in Mexico I think)
But most people have the misconception that roads here are death sentences. Anyone up for an adventure?
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>>1058439
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Death cab for cutie is playing in Mexico?
When is this all going down?
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>>1058439
I think the tickets are sold out anon.
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>>1058439
It's the baja, a little different than the other northern states. Baja has for the most part been pretty safe for tourists.
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>>1058449
>>1058444
>>1058448
It's between january 20-23. Reserved tickets are sold out but on the day and standing up tickets are about 2 dollars each (50pesos) and final day it's completely free
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>>1058449
I'll have to pass through a couple of states before Baja, starting from Monterrey
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No one wants to go see DCfC then?
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>>1058452
>Sinaloa

m8, did you research this trip at all?
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>>1058423
Do real Mexicans visit Cancun to have fun too or is it all fat gringos in their 40s celebrating anniversary?

Ever been to Acapulco? I heard that it is a place.
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>>1058344
>Cancun
>Los Cabos
>Tijuana
>Oaxaca
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>>1059171
The minority of mexicans have fun on Cancun, they only work for Americans, Cancun is like USA.
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I live in Tijuana
>high end prostitutes
>great night life
>good if you want to see the culture
>best food in the world
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Mexico :S very far to me
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>>1059232
>Los Cabos
The Testicles

Interesting name for a city...
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Any bus comanies that have direct service from the The San Jose area in California to Michoacan?
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Come visit Oaxaca :3
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since im close by in california, yes. been to tj a few times and passed through a lot driving to san felipe a dozen or so times.

stayed a month in mexico city, month in morelia, and a month in some smaller towns on the east side of michaocan. spent a couple days in guanajuatos main city.

did some more touristy stuff in playa del carmen and cancun. was probbaly more fun than i wouldve had because we knew locals

mexico city imo, was too much to really take in... i think id have to live there. the small towns in michaocan were beautiful and relaxing... just enoying posadas and that small town vibe. morelia was pretty exciting and i always have fun in baja.

probably baja is your best bet if you want to unwind without any connections to the area. you can rent a house by the beach, grab some dirtbikes, go to some small clubs, get wasted blah blah or just relax.
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I live 2 miles away from Tijuana, I can literally see the city from my front yard. I've gone there many times through the years. Lots of great places to eat, cheap and fun bars, and the like.

I've also gone to Ensenada, greatly enjoyed the experience. Spent some time near Toluca with relatives 20 odd years ago, would go back if the area wasn't ridden with crime.
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http://www.chinatown-bus.org/

Chinatown bus actually has buses from California all the way down to Guadalajara. The entire list of cities that go from California to Mexico is.

Tijuana
Caborca
Ciudad Obregon
Culiacan
Empalme
Guadalajara
Guasave
Guaymas
Hermosillo
Ixtlan del Rio
Los Mochis
Mazatlan
Mexicali
Navojoa
San Luis Rio Colorado
Sonoyta
Tepic

It looks interesting to go from Stockton, the closest California stop to me, all the way down to Mexico via bus. It would take 48 hours to go from Stockton to Guadalajara via this bus, which is something I don't have the patience for.
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>>1058452
Enjoy being robbed raped and murdered in Sinaloa
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>>1058590
Probable he is a fuckingbdym tourist
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>>1059171
Cancun is for gringos
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>>1059237
Recommen best escort agency
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>>1059302
No therr isnt. Take a flight dumbass. Or are ypubso eager to die?
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>>1059302
flights are relatively cheap from california into mexico city. prob even cheaper into cancun. beats riding in a bus for 2 days straight. unless you take some sedatives.
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>>1059302
Regardless of safety... long distance bus traveling is a major fucking pain in the ass. It's not a pleasant experience, just don't.
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>>1058344
>>1058344
>>1058344

Central Eastern part is the best. Hit up San Luis Potosi, Xilitla, Las Pozas/Castillo de James Edwards, Jalapa, Popocatepetl, Pico de Orizaba, the mountains from the Gulf coast and further inland are super gorgeous. Also not in the area, but Oaxaca is a pretty charming town.
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>>1059990
Huasteca region is best region.
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>>1059901
Same poster, are any of these places worth visiting? A lot of these places are small towns. It looks like the route taken is highway 150. Is the scenery impressive on that route or is it mostly just farms and desert?
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>>1058590
I go to sinaloa quite often. You wont get buttraped just for driving through it. Im glad to see how few people actually know what theyre talking about though.

el chapo ooohhh nooooo surfer bum shot and burned because he didnt want to pay a bribe omg ISIS status
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>>1060047
If you dont know locals you arent gonna find much to do in smaller cities, but the scenery is nice in many places, ranging from flat and brown to mountainous and green.

There are many bus companies in mexico and getting around is easy. Just know they close the bathrooms a lot of the time and they will prob advertise wifi on bus but it almost never works. You will also most likely get stopped at 4am to get all your shit searched a few times
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>>1058344
i live in the state where the australian surfers were found dead, pretty close to that town.
im on couch surf if anyone wants-
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>>1060595
Not so fast there El Chapo
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>>1060595
Not able to mention Sinalis. Stop lying in 4 chan pinche pendejo
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>>1058344
Yes but with Airplane!

?Thoughts is it possible to travel from Mexico to US using Train?
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>>1060629
nop,there is no trains. it must be by bus or car, the buses system is ok, better than europe desu senpai
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>>1060631
>international bus
You must be kidding. Have you ridden this?
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>>1060637
in mexico and in europe, yes. what do you think im kidding about ??
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>>1058344
Tourist areas are nice, but a lot of hotels will try to gouge you. You paid extra for all inclusive? Lolno, says right here you didn't. That'll be $300 for a shitty sandwich.

Mexico in general is shitty. They polish the hell out of their resort areas to make them remotely decent.
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>>1058344
Yes.
It was the shittiest awesome experience ever. Mexicans hate white people, target them and steel from them, and then go to the US and demand we change our laws to benefit them and give them free money, housing, and travel. The whole place smells like shit, they leave their trash on the side of the road where NOBODY picks it up, and none of them speak English, which I found ironic.
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>>1058344
I am Mexican, I live here and its a shitty hellhole
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>>1059237
No mames no hay nada de cultura jjajajaja bye contigo
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>>1060884
No has ido al CECUT? Jjajaja
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>>1060014
You said it. The landscape is something else, probably the closest you'll get to New Zealand's North Island in North America.
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Only to Yucatan.

Next year I want to do a long motorcycle trip through Mexico. I was going to follow the same route as those Australian surfers...
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I've been to Baja and various places around Mexico City. Worse that happened was I got pick-pocketed when I got lost and ended up in a place the guidebook said not to go.

The people were very friendly and many parts were quite beautiful. I really liked Teotihuacan and the aztec ruins in Mexico City. Crossing the border into the US is ugly and a pain in the ass. Oh and it is not all Cancun, outside of tourist areas English is very uncommon.
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>>1058344
Cozumel and Playa del Carmen, but that was many years ago. I wouldn't recommend it now, unless getting decapitated and having your torso hung off a bridge is your idea of "fun".
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>>1061271
Mate, why so many people stupid? Do no travel alone leas if you can not navigate withput GPS neither speak fluent spanish and attracting attention by being a dumbass. Take flights and buses like ADO or other big reliable companies. Anyway, if tou want to die just go ahead
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>>1059302
I took a bus from San Antonio TX to Monterrey Mexico once, it wasn't too bad.
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Once crossed the border into Mexicali for four hours. As stereotypical as you can imagine.
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>>1061295
Really? I didnt know there were any Aztec ruinas in DF, thought they were all destroyed
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>>1061772
Not knowing about ruins right there nearby Zocalo LOL called Templo Mayor
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>>1061776
Those ruins are ruined even by ruin standards.
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Most of the south is relatively safe if you're not stupid. Funny thing is there are way more European than American backpackers because of all that fear the media is pushing. Don't get me wrong they are places in Mexico I would never go for a million pesos but then again nothing interesting in those places.
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>>1060884
>>1060911
Interrumpiendo aquí para practicar el español.¿ Es fácil navegar por México si soy un gringo? Siempre he pensado en viajar allá pero bla bla mi seguridad bla bla
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>>1061772
>>1061776
>>1061837
Yeah. Templo Mayor. I thought the ruins were cool, but maybe I just liked the museum? Sorry, Mexico City was like 20 years ago.
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I live in Mexico City and I can assure you that it is very safe. Here´s some places Ive been to that i would like to share:
If you want to go to tropical places then I would recommend Ixtapa Zihuatanejo, Acapulco (kinda dangerous for now), Cancun (a lot of american lifestyle), Puerto Vallarta, Los cabos, Huatulco, Playa del Carmen, Veracruz, and Oaxaca. If you want to go to colder places, there`s Mexico City (HUGE CITY with lots of fun stuff to do), Guadalajara (lovely place to be!), Aguas Calientes, EDO. MEX(bunch of natural habitats and culture), Guanajuato, and Zacatecas.
Some pyramids and their locations:
Chichen Itza (Yucatan, around 4 hours from Cancun)
Teotihuacan (EDO. MEX, around 2-3 hours from Mexico city)
Edzna (Campeche)
Becan (Campeche)
Tulum (Quintana Roo, around 3-4 hours from cancun)
There's honestly a lot of places you can visit in Mexico however, not all of them are safe.
Have fun!
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>>1061922
I'll be in Mexico City for a bit this weekend...want to hang out senpai?
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>>1058344
Yep, I'm going again in two weeks and staying for a month or two. Mostly travelling around the south and I have done it before. The people are super nice and I like the food. I travel alone too and that way make new friends everywhere. I avoid going to ruins... I figure its a way Mexicans have figured out how to make money from old abandoned buildings
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>>1058423

I assume you´ve never been to michoacan
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>>1060769

Es porque eres pobre wey
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>>1062373
>old abandoned buildings

You uncultured gringo
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>>1058344
maybe this is a dumb question but they have Uber in DF don't they?

I'm just looking for a cheap safe 24h taxi from MEX aeropuerto to the city centre
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Guys, is it better to head over with USD and exchange them on the black market (like Argentina) or are ATM's pretty much the same exchange rate?

Also, if anyone wants to meet up, I fly in on the 30th of December and will be there for around a month!
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>>1062536
Yes, there is.

There´s also a bunch of apps for safe taxis.

However, all registered taxis at the airport are safe and have stock fares.
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>>1062545
I fly in on the 26th and will be there for two weeks, ok lets meet.
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>>1062545

Forget about that black market shit.

You can either come with USD,there are plenty exchange houses (casas de cambio) at the airport or at any important district

or

You can use ATMs (Dont worry, the exchange rate is pretty much the same)
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>>1062546
any idea what average rate is? I'm poor so it matters, sorry
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>>1062554

Around $17 pesos per usd.

Although it varies a little bit from bank to bank or from one exchange house to another
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>>1062556
Thank you but I've already exchanged at my bank, and I Googled that rate.

I meant the taxi fare rate per mile, sorry. Are you a local?
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>>1062559

Sorry, I was replying to>>1062545

It depends, but the rate isnt based on miles, rather than in "zones", which that the further you go from the airport, the more expensive it gets.

Rates go from $150 to $230 pesos.

Depends on which part of the centro (downtown) you want to go.

Yes, I live in Mexico City
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>>1062560
excellent info I would have never guessed that
graias
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Im gonna fly to Cancun on 31st day from Finland. If someone would like to meet up it would be cool. Il be staying in for 2 weeks.
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>>1059233
Cancun is not like USA, the Zona Hotelera is like USA. The rest of the city is just your average Mexican city, and very few people there speak English
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>>1061309
Was in Playa Del Carmen 3 weeks ago

Besides me drunkenly intimidating a police officer, always felt safe and nothing bad really happened. The cartels will literally kill anyone that gets caught fucking with tourists in Quintana Roo because they make so much money off of us.
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>>1061309
Get the fuck out of here, lol. That isnt gonna happen in playa del carmen, let alone mexico unless you are a drug dealer
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>>1062706

>A drug dealer that's stupid enough not to pay the cartels and policia
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>>1062718
FREE MARKET
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>>1062547
[email protected] is my throwaway. Hit me up and we'll figure something out. Anyone else who wants to meet up is welcome to - I've always wanted to meet someone from /trv/

If you guys had 3 weeks to spend in Mexico, where would you go? I've started reading a lonely planet (sorry real /trv/lers) and I'm overwhelmed 'cause this country looks amazing. I hate travelling countries half-assed but it seems like Baja alone would need like 2 weeks. And Mexico city could easily take 1. But I also want to go south to Oaxaca and area + maybe Belize.

Also, how's the hostel culture? I usually CS but I sort of can't be fucked to write requests right now.
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>>1062819
Check Oaxaca capital city for sure at least for 5 days
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>>1062819
Every city has a different hostel culture. But generally you can probably expect to stay with lots of Aussies and lots of Argentinians. Just do some research beforehand and check out their reviews. I always booked thru hostelworld out of familiarity but Hola Hostels is the Latin American hostel network. Just like any time I've stayed in a hostel,
1. It's what you make of it
2. Sometimes you get stuck with cunts
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Is there anything interesting and safe to do in Mexico City later at night?

I'd love to meet some people but I'm not much of a partier cuz loud music scares me and I don't drink alcohol, plz no bully
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Do yhry poo in the loo
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>>1062921
What exactly do you expect to do at night if not drinking? You can always walk around neighborhoods like Coyoacan, but don't know why you'd rather do this at night than during the day
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>>1062819
In 3 weeks you can easily visit Mexico City, then take a bus to Oaxaca, check out nearby sites like Mitla, Monte Alban, Hierve el Agua and try out the local cuisine, then move further south to Chiapas, which also has a ton to offer (Palenque and other Mayan sites, San Cristobal) and you could travel from there to Guatemala or Belize or into the Yucatan
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>>1063160
Where do you like to drink then?
It must be at night for great justice.
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>>1062612
I fly into Cancun on the 6th but am taking a bus south right from el aeropuerto
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>>1063225
ADO is your choice
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Is traveling through Mexico generally safe? Like, do I have to worry about my big backpack getting stolen? Do people rob you for that shit there?
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>>1058452
>>1058590
>>1059952

Just stick to traveling while the sun is still up, mexican roads at night ARE a death sentence.
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>>1063599
Yes. People here steal everything they can even electricity counters of houses along cupper tubes for water and gas. Put padlocks in your bag to reduce the chance of pickpocket. Are you a tard ir just a naive dude?
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>>1063650
If you are not mexican do not travel alone at nights even more if you dont know the path or using GPS along toll roads.
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>>1063599
Generally speaking, you'll only get fucked with if you're alone at night, and especially if you're drunk. Mexicans aren't very big people so most average Westerners tower over them. That said, always lock your shit up. Put something down, and expect it to be stolen. I had my phone and shirt stolen my last day in Mexico because I went for a swim and expected my mates to watch my stuff, they didn't.
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>>1060645
I can assure you this fucker has never been to mexico
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>>1061359
This
>Dont travel alone
>Dont tavel at night
>Keep in touch with family / friends
>Try not to look too touristy
>DO NOT HAVE ANY DRUGS WITH YOU. Specially on the road, that is why the surfers got killed probably.
Also:
If you get pulled over by authorities (Military or police) and try to get extorted just give them some money. It happens to us mexicans too.

Follow this simple advice and you will be safe
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>>1063748
>don't travel alone

I cant help that. I have no one to go with.
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>>1063754
It's fine then, just avoid the roads at night and poor neighbourhoods. Low profile is the key to being safe
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>>1063720
U can be robbed during day. Why are you so stupid carnal? And also u font need to be drunk to be an easy target
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>>1063599
Yes take precautions to diminish risk of being robbed. Unless you behave like a stupid tourist like yellibg ROB ME u could be fine. Its just dont be tard naive like those omega japanese tourits
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>>1063803
You can also get struck by lightning stepping out your front door... You're far less likely to be robbed during the day. I spent half of last month in Quintana Roo, Mexico, and every single bad thing that happened to everyone I met happened at night... I bet you've never even left your country you homebody
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>>1063682
Honestly, I've travelled quite a lot but I've never been Mexico/South/Central America. I'm pretty aware of my situation but I'm trying to figure out if it's a whole different beast as I'm doing South/Central America later on this year.

Do I have to be one of those guys that wears the hidden wallets under my shirt and all of that crap? I mean, I'm pretty good of staying out of trouble, don't dress flashy and I'm not white (I can pass for a lot of ethnicities).

I travel alone for the most part and like doing it and don't mind doing it on the cheap (in transit) so I can spend more when I get to the destination.
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>>1063986
yeah but where in Quintana Roo?
Most of that state is just tourist resorts.
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>>1059171
Medium-High class mexicans and above go at least for one of their family vacations to Cancun.

Source: I'm mexican.
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>>1064053
Yeah but Cancun is meh. Carnal you must remund half country us poor as shit.
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>>1063986
Orale carnal los robos pueden pasar en cualquier momento. Y he estado en Estados Unidos, Alemania, Francia e Italia tanto por trabajo y vacaciones.
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>>1064040
Mostly in PDC/Tulum.
Just 2 nights in Cancun
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>>1064085
El chiste es nunca bajar la guardia
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>>1058344

I am a US citizen taking a sailboat to the Panama canal and up to the east coast. I am currently just in Cabo, but I have visited almost everywhere on the west coast of Baja, in addition to La Paz.

I entered the country in Ensenada. What a great city.

Bahia Tortugas is a halfway point between Ensenada and Cabo San Lucas that is little more than a fuel dump. I spent about 3 weeks there on the hook doing boat repairs. It's a shanty town, but the locals are very nice. The bay comes alive with drug smugglers at night though. Businesses are usually closed from 12-4 due to ciesta. It's been devastated by a hurricane several decades ago but never rebuilt.

I spent two days in Man O' War cove in Magdalena Bay to take a break from the crazy Baja rollers and winds. It's irregular according to everyone I've spoken to. This is a town of about 50 with one restaurant that is never open.

Cabo San Lucas is a fucking tourist zoo. It's basically Vegas. San Jose Del Cabo is much nicer and quieter. La Paz is also a nice, quiet beach community.

I will be leaving for Puerto Vallarta in a week or so.
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so I'm planning to go to Mexico City and then to Cancun for abut a week

the only problem is that my timing sort of only allows me to go there around the beginning of September...

so I've done a basic check on weather trends on wikipedia and it doesn't look too good (pic related)

do I have any chance of sunny weather while there or is it full rain every day during autumn? I honestly don't know how it works over there, was hoping someone passed by during September and could share

I know it's also a matter of luck to some extent

the green boxes are precipitation
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>>1058344

Oaxaca and only Oaxaca, mi hermano.
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Just went for my first time this year with friends to Puerto Vallarta, shit was pretty cool
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>>1060645
What? Mexicans are typically kind as fuck. Really warm and welcoming folks. The only issue I have with them is their massive fucking staring problem. Google 'Mexican staring problem' and you'll get some results. It's a thing
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>>1065347
And at the same thing petty criminal will also try to mug you. Just be aware of surrondings and dont be a fucking idiot tourist (mexifag)
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What personal weapon should I carry?
Switchblade, stiletto, bear spray, machete?
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>>1058361
>Believing what El País says, knowing they have an agenda against Spanish red pill
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>>1059247
The Capes, actually.
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Old thread, but I figure I should post here before starting a new one.


I'm going to visit Durango for a couple of weeks this summer. I'll be staying in the city, with a lovely senorita I met a year or two ago as a language partner.

I already know of a few things I want to do while I'm there, but I was wondering if anyone here knew of any cool shit an American might like inside of, or around, Durango. She has a car too, so we aren't strictly limited to the immediate area.
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>>1065845
Durango is pretty boring. Enjoy being bored to death
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>>1065971
Durango is where she lives, but I already know we're going as far as Mazatlán, and maybe even Mexico City, so it's not like I'll be trapped in the city the whole time. Cars and motel rooms are a thing.

I just don't know much about what's actually in that part of Mexico. I've mostly only heard about Cancun the Yucatan area, and closer to the US border.
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>>1065845
Family is from Durango, but it isn't very exciting. Although it does have a western loneliness appeal to it so I quite like it. If you know someone that lives there then you'll be set m8.
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>>1065355
Why do y'all stare so much?
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>>1065979
Will you post pics and vids when fucking her? Cause you are openly mentioned motels
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Hey guys,

Are Mexican women promiscuous? Like, generally speaking, I guess. Is it frowned upon to make a move on them, for example? I've always found them gorgeous and I tend to somehow end up hooking up with my hosts but wouldn't want to overstep if it's taboo.
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I'm down here now at Chetumal if anyone has bright ideas on what to see or where to go. Fucking off for moralos in a couple of days.
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My friend and I are thinking of traveling to Real de Catorce to look for peyote in the nearby desert. I've never been to Mexico and although I'm sure a lot of the danger is overplayed in US culture, I'm still a little worried. Getting robbed wouldn't be the end of the world but I'd rather make it back home in one piece.

Any suggestions about Mexico/Real de Catorce/peyote picking?
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>>1059955
>agency
Go to club Chicago
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What are the best foods local to each region?
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>>1068242

Bundle up - Catorce is 8000ft up in the mountains. Shit gets cold. I went a couple months ago for 3 days - it's a kinda spooky lost in the mist mountain village. Slow pace of life. Steep and rough to walk on, all cobblestone streets. Be in good shape, good shoes, etc. No idea about peyote. I'm sure if the price is right somebody will have a few horses and an afternoon to spare to go searching. One guy offered to show me "fantomas del deserto" when I walked by his horses. I passed on it. Probably dudes in sheets popping out of cactuses.

Instead of the horsemen you might have better luck asking people from the indigenous tribes there, since peyote is their thing. There is a hill outside of town that has great ceremonial value to lots of the local groups. Peyote or not, the 1 mile donkey cart ride through a sketchy-looking mining tunnel just to get into town is totally worth it.

Oh, and there is only 1 ATM in Catorce and it always seemed to be out of order - bring extra cash.
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>>1058344
Is shit gonna get violent now that chapo is caught ?
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>>1068392
It is already violent
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>>1067108
You might get shot if you make a move on the wrong girl
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Does anyone know how much I should budget for Belize /including entrance fees & transport from Mexico. I'm in Valladolid right now and headed to Tulum in a couple of days if people wanna kick it.
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