メキシコに行っていない

1月に掲示される 29, 2010 によって

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あなたはこれを読んで, 私たちは、砂の中に私たちのつま先とどこか、おそらくあり、cervezaを楽しんで. 私はちょうど私が南アメリカの国境の我々の旅行計画に関する我々が受け取った落胆メールのサンプルを共有するだろうと思った.

私たちは、このたくさんのを聞いたことが, そしてそれは、一般的に、実際にメキシコを旅していない人からのものであると思わない. こちらは、特に際立っていたので、) それは学術書Bだった) それは完全に二手の伝聞とC) 外国人嫌いバイアスが著者の全体の寿命を延ばす上に見える.

のような参考資料 “何年も前に, 私は家族を知っていた人と協力” と “数年前に, 私は誰かとオンラインで話し” そして私のお気に入り “.. や携帯電話であっても発明されていなかった, まだ” ちょうど私が私の頭に傷を作る.

我々は正直心配に感謝, しかし, ummmmm, うん. 楽しむ.

私は、あなたの旅行に残念を入れたくない, しかし、私があなただったら, 私はメキシコの明確いたい. それは非常に危険だ, 今. 私が言うとき, “今”, 私は意味, 当面. 非常に危険な多くの人々がそこにあります, 身代金誘拐が一般的である, そして、彼らは指を切断することを躊躇しないでしょう, 拷問とあなたを殺す。. 彼らの心に来るelseまたは何. NOT若い家族を取るための場所。. 警察からの助けを期待してはいけない. それらのいくつかは、その上に記載されてい. 私はあなたをしない冗談. 数年前に, 私は彼の息子と一緒にサーフボードを構築するために使用されるリスト上の誰かとオンラインで話し. 彼と彼の息子がサーフィンをするごとに約2ヶ月バハに行ってきました, そして、彼らは数年のためにこれを行っていた. その後, 一度, それらはいくつかの山賊で欠場したと山刀は喉に入れていた. 彼らは本当に彼らが死ぬと思っていたし、お互いに別れを言った. まもなく, 山賊は残しました。. しかし, it does not always end so well. 彼らは戻って行ったことがない, と私に彼のアドバイスは近づかないことでした。. しかし, 彼は言った, “あなたが行く必要がある場合”.. 夜に移動しないように, または日曜. 警察は強盗として保留にされている場合、基本的にこれは, 酔っ払いが道路上にある, や高速道路を横断する牛を見ることができません. あなたはそこにトラブルに巻き込まれる場合, 何かが起こる可能性が, そしてそれは良いではないかもしれません. 私はひどくこのすべてを聞いてがっかりしました, 私は長い間メキシコで引退の概念を楽しませていたので. “私の友人, ので、非常に危険です”.. 私の友人, それは非常に危険です.
少し前 (数カ月), 発信者はメキシコの旅行の自分の個人的なホラーストーリーに貢献されたトークショーのプログラムがあった. 一つは、本当に悪かった. 家族がRVでそこにダウンした, キャンプに探し. 彼らは失われてしまった, 方向を求め, と悩みの方に、右指摘された。. リモート村やキャンプ, 彼らは振り向くことができなかったところ, 辺ぴな所に出. と, 夜間には近づいていたので、, 彼らは夜の公園や休憩することを決めた. 彼らは、人々は友好的だったと仮定した。. WRONG!!! 夜中に, それらは大声でドアを叩いによって起こされた. 奇妙な男性がエントリを要求していた, とではない友好的な方法で. 彼らはドアを開けなかったとき, ショットが出て鳴ったと窓が壊れていた, 車両には弾丸と浸透していた. 選択の余地が残さ, 男はドアを開けた, といくつかの男性が入って来た. すべてを通過開始, 盗むためにものを探して. 妻をレイプ。. 彼らは交代, 夫はどうしようもなく見ながら. 彼らは彼のお尻を打つ, and finally left. Lucky these people lived. They prepared to leave immediately, driving in the dark. When they went to report the crime at the local police station, they were told that they could not leave Mexico until the investigation was over.. which dragged on for weeks. Finally these people decided to head for the border, and were turned around there by police and made to go back to the town where they had filed a report. It was a huge mess!
何年も前に, I worked with a man who knew a family who went camping down there with some kids.. a church group. Only three adults along. When they got there and dropped the kids off with at the camp, they had to go to town to buy fresh food and provisions. Along the way, they saw two children on the road. 彼らは町にそれらを取るためにそれらを拾った. 旅行のためのすべてのお金は、ダッシュ上のポーチにあった. 彼らは町に入った時, それらの子供たちはその袋をつかんで、群衆を通じて破線, 彼らの逃走をする通り信号を利用して. 2大人の一つは、一緒にポーチが子供を追いかけ、彼を捕まえた。. しかし、子供は地獄のような大声を開始した, そしてもうすぐ, ここで警官です, 彼を逮捕 (とお金の所持を取っ). 今, 他の大人の関与する, 説明しようと, そして、彼は逮捕される, あまりに. どちらの刑務所に行く, そしてバスは押収され. メキシコの刑務所で, あなたは誰を呼び出すことが許可されていません… や携帯電話であっても発明されていなかった, まだ. そう, ここでは、これらすべての子供たちがいます, 空腹の周りに座って, とのない乗り心地と大人一人, 待っていると何が起こったのかわからない. 最後に彼らはそれをすべてまとめる, 何とか。. しかし、それは混乱だった. と, when they got the money pouch back.. It was empty. This is a true story.
そう, my advice to you is to just stay the heck away from Mexico. It’s a fine place to go if you fly and go directly to a resort area, and stay there. Traveling around the country.. よく, you take your chances.

If you do go, I sincerely hope you have a nice time and no troubles. しかし, it’s even more dangerous now, than it was a few years ago. そう, think about it.

-name withheld

They then sent another e-mail 8 minutes later and decided to write off an entire continent.

Please read and do more research before you go south of the border. I had forgotten to mention that it is also very dangerous in some regions of South America. 再び。. Your chances are not so bad if you travel with someone who issavvyand know people who can look out for you when you get where you’re going. Best bet is to fly directly to a resort destination. Mexico City is a mecca of kidnapping, but there is a lot of trouble along the border towns and districts, あまりに.

-name withehld

viva_mexico

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  1. オースティンのマイク 言う:

    I’ve been reading your blog for a while. I also toured around the country in a bus. Following Phish in the early 90’s etc. I’m virtually there with you. 幸運!

    But I knew a young 20 year old girl that was raped in a border town in Mexico by going down the wrong street. I also have friends in church groups who have gone to Mexico and had significant problems in remote areas. There is still a lot of animosity towards America in some rural areas. And there are cartel towns in the mountains. I have a friend who went to Bolivia, and was held by heavily armedborder guardsin the mountains on the road to Machu Piccu for 14 営業時間. They were not official agents of the government.

    Like Miami, NYC, Detroit, LA, some other North American cities, which have neighborhoods that can be filled with dangerous thugs and gangs, you need to know where to go, and where not to go. Be alert. This isn’t Vancouver.

    はい, there are certain areas that are VERY dangerous. You would hopefully understand someone’s concerns with you going to Columbia or Venezuela too. BE ALERT.

    There are bad people who will assume that VW bus driving hippies driving around in the desert are unarmed, vulnerable, have cash and potential victims who won’t navigate through their courts.

    Don’t get the impression that this is “のような” America. These are very different countries.

    I have been to 15 LA and SA countries. The safest places are Costa Rica and Chile. 幻想的な.

    This is not an indictment of the cultures. Mexico and South America have wonderful people and places and overall you are relatively safe. Especially in tourist friendly towns. They have good security and Police frown heavily on people who will destroy it for them. But don’t be naive. A lot of people get pick pocketed on the streets, and othersmallercrimes.

    -マイク

  2. キム 言う:

    Pshaw! What a load of crap! 素晴らしい時間を過ごす! Eat lots of fish tacos, drink good beer and enjoy the culture. We had an amazing trip through Baja and not one problem. :)

  3. Strubbe 言う:

    偉大なポスト. I’m sure Oakland / Detroit / Compton / East St.Louis / DCnone of these could be as dangerous as Mexico. Perhaps you should stay in the states and tour these great destinations instead. または, you could buy several additional gas cans and simply start driving as fast as you can until you get south of all that danger. または, until you reach the beach and can enjoy a cold cerveza.

    Valerie and I drove about 2000 miles around Mexico in ’94. I found the people friendly and the towns niceeven for a gringo like me. ]

    Enjoy the Ride -

  4. Joe Greco 言う:

    Hey BodesWell. Guess I came across your path on the beach just South of Ensenada a day or so ago. Noticed your van as I left the beach. Then it dawned on me that you might be the van a VW mechanic in Portland told me about. I stopped to get some work done in Portland on my way south (on my own little trip), and he mentioned you guys had been in a month or so before me. Guess were probably traveling the same route. Maybe well cross paths again a little further South. Best of luck on your trip. ジョー

  5. Keith from RWC 言う:

    Exercise caution anywhere you travel. An acquaintance did not and suffered the consequences. In Peru while trusting a person he met, he was a victim of a kidnapping by “police” and was freed after signing over $300 of travelers checks. In Paris, he left his bags at a kiosk so he could go exchange some cash at a different kiosk. When he came back, the bags (including his passport, and flight tickets) were gone. In San Francisco, he was robbed at gun point. With his track record, I would have to think twice before going to the corner store with him

    Regarding Mexico, most of my neighbors are from the Michoacán state in Mexico. Several of them feel the Michoacán area is not safe for them to return for a visit at this time. Too much drug related violence at this time. Avoid Tijuana at this time too.

    My point: bad things can happen anywhere. 再び, please error on the side of caution anywhere you travel. Some areas are riskier than others. Some one else’s trip a few years ago may not be representative of your’s at this time.

  6. ジェン - Mo系 言う:

    真剣に … any of the stuff that guy mentioned in his e-mail could happen anywhere. Houston and Oakland have their share of horror stories, and so does Mexico. Be smart, friendly and alert, and hopefully you’ll be OK. Better to seek out life’s pleasures than hide in your home.

    ヘック, didn’t you get ripped off by a fellow in Portland, of all places?!?

  7. メリッサ 言う:

    何? They had ALL the money for the trip in a pouch on the dash? And someone walked away from a bag containing their passport and flight tickets?

  8. whc03grady 言う:

    Probably the most reliable information on the subject:
    http://travel.state.gov/travel/cis_pa_tw/pa/pa_4491.html
    よし,
    whc03grady.

  9. オースティンのマイク 言う:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crime_in_Mexico before you justPhsawit’s just like Oakland, CA” I have grandparents that have retired in Mexico. But Puerto Vallarta is not Ciudad Juarez. Baja and Cabo are very safe, compared to parts of the interior like Torreón. I don’t get the impression you plan on going too far off the tourist path, so you should be fine.

    If you get arrested for Rape in Oakland / Detroit / Compton / East St.Louis / DC you’ll probably spend more than a 6 hours in Jail, or a $30 fine. Not true in many many areas of Mexico. The people who raped my friend were told to go home and sleep off the alcohol. No charges.

    Sure there are areas of the US that have bad crime. You also don’t park sleep in your van in the worst gang infested areas of Washington D.C. Not all parks are safe in Mexico.

    American’s aren’t as welcome in other parts of the world as some people would like to believe. There is a lot of animosity and hatred to Americans. Proving howsocial and nicewe are by embracing their culture isn’t always the antidote.

    I’m not saying don’t travel. I’m a huge traveller and a big fan. But be alert and safe in the non-tourist areas.

  10. Whatever happens, it happens anywhere. Be safe and smart and watch out for Hawaiian mechanics

  11. グレッグ 言う:

    何, no one’s going to mention the water while they’re at it…? There are certainly many reasons to stay on the couch, but there are better reasons not to. Having never been to Mexico, I look forward to living vicariously through you.

  12. Cam's Dad 言う:

    Want some more unsolicited advice? Buy lots of hand sanitizer and insist that your kidnappers use it regularly so they don’t give you the Swine Flu.

    Cam says, “ねえボーデ”.

  13. ヘザー 言う:

    こんにちはみんな,
    Hope the beach is great!
    We are back in the snow at the Grand Canyon!

  14. AMD 言う:

    “や高速道路を横断する牛を見ることができません”
    Was this just on Sundays?
    We are counting down – 6 months til we start our leave. Just yesterday my son (15 年) talked through our itin and saidwe are going round the world? クール!”. That was worth all the worry and planning.
    Wishing you all the best and look forward to your stories the good, the bad and the ugly.

  15. ベッキー 言う:

    Ay yi yi! Bad things happen everywhere. Have a good time and eats lots of fish tacos. Hope you enjoyed your stay at my aunt’s place in San Felipe. Hope to meet up with you somewhere someday! Miss you all.

  16. ジュリー 言う:

    just get a pistola (that’s gun in spanish) ; )

  17. ケヴィン 言う:

    I am all about the positive vibes! Have fun wherever you go. We will be thinking of you and looking forward to hearing about all the great experiences during your travels. Love to you all !
    Kev

  18. ブルックス 言う:

    Oh the picture of the beach brings back soooo many wonderful memories. Beers for 50 cents and fish tacos for half that. My best Thanks Giving ever was on that beach 20 数年前に.

    Enjoy the days, don’t drive at night and camp with lots of others. 楽しむ!

  19. Sara Miller 言う:

    I know this might not be the most appropriate place to post this but for other readers living in the USA are you concerned about the debt? It just seems like it is getting to the point where the country is going to go bankrupt and my husband and I are just a little concerned that our kids and grandkids are going to have some big problems in a few years. Thanks for letting me vent, Sara

  20. Francisco 言う:

    Hola es verdad México está pasando por una situación difícil pero es igual de peligroso que cualquier otro país y esto te lo digo porque viví 3 años en los Ángeles L.A. donde vi cosas tan malas como las que pasan aquí o peores.
    En los países como en Europa o cualquier parte corre uno peligro, mas en este tipo de aventuras pero también hace uno muchos amigos y eso cuenta mas.
    Yo soy de Querétaro y los vi en Guayabitos.
    Si llegas a pasar por Querétaro y necesitas algo con gusto te ayudare.

    Saludos y mucha suerte.
    Francisco

  21. Ghost Dancer 言う:

    I would rather live a short exciting life than a long safe and dull one.

  22. ウェンディ 言う:

    Thank you for my morning smileThat is the best posting ever!!!

  23. ヨーガン 言う:

    うん – we experienced the same in the US: particularly since 9/11 everybody seems to be full of fear to the extend that they can be xenophobic. We heard many similar stories from people who claimed to have lived in Mexico
    To the positive side of things:
    WE DID THE ENTIRE TRIP WITHOUT EVER BEING IN DANGER OR EVEN FEELING LIKE WE WERE IN SERIOUS DANGER! Corrupt police can cause the most trouble along the waybut we even managed to get out of all those situation w/o ever paying a ‘multa’.

    The worse, which happened to us, were two failed attempts to pick our pockets in Buenos Aires. [その後、再び: Canadians, we had met on our trip in Mexico, were hi-jacked on their last trip home. Bandits drove off with their RV and they were left standing, uninjured, by the side of the road with only their clothes on their backbut that’s an exception!!! Plus the border regions in Mexico are more dangerous than all other partsIn general I believe most cities in the US or Southern Europe can be at least AS dangerous!]

    Check out our web site for camping links with GPS!

    Enjoy Colombiawe loved the people there = our favorite country of all!

  24. alan 言う:

    to most Mexicans do not like Americans, but when they come as tourists tolerate them, besides that in northern Mexico is very dangerous even for us Mexicans, it is best accompanied by someone native or can speak Spanish well, although some Americans know Spanish accent is very easy to detect.

    without cautions, dont come to mexico

  25. Sheri 言う:

    People are showing concern for your lives and you post it as if it were a joke? Maybe you’ve already been to Mexico many times and nothing bad happened. My uncle lives right near the Mexican / 米. border and goes there and nothing’s ever happened to him…しかし….that doesn’t mean it’s not a dangerous place at the moment.
    Have you not been listening to the news lately? They’re saying that more murders have been happening in Mexico border towns than in Iraq and Afghanistan put together. They’re even saying that the Mexican cartel has come this side of the border to kidnap Americans, take them to Mexico and threaten their lives unless x amount of U.S. dollars are paid. また, what about the young couple who recently was jet skiing on a lake that borders the U.S. とメキシコ? They were shot at from a Mexican drug cartel person and the husband was killed. They weren’t doing anything wrong, just enjoying their jet skis. It’s a bit crazy to even compare what’s currently going on in Mexico to any American city or town. Sure there’s crime where ever you go but when the news says that over two thousand people have been murdered in Mexican towns in the last year and different police chiefs have also been decapitated along with mayors of some towns in order to keep law enforcement as well as the Mexican government as a whole, out of the drug cartels business, it’s something to be concerned about if traveling there.
    I don’t see one thing anyone has said on here that should be taken lightly even if they stretched what they were saying for the sake of your safety. I’d rather see people care than have hardened hearts and no one let you know the dangers you ‘couldrun into while in Mexico!
    Just my opinionif it matters.

  26. slavio lovato 言う:

    There is infact very dangerous people in the border towns my best freinds family got robed at gun point and severly beat in puerto penasco….. but that has not made me steer clear of mexico. Me being an arizona resident who likes to travel i go to mexico and enjoy it but i think its just like any other town wrong place wrong time type of thing

  27. rrs 言う:

    There are no safe places in Mexico. Every week you read about tourists being raped and abused by cops, shot by drug gangs and killed in accidents at resorts resulting from negligence, 汚職, sloppiness and greed. Mexico is a giant outhouse full of criminals and vermin. Even your average, “everyday mexicanwill gladly steal from you if he thinks no-one is lookng and he can get away with it. They feel that we of more affluent countries arespoiled” と “soft” と “undeservingand have no qualms about taking whatever they can from us. Their own lives and property are treated with such little value by their own neighbors and government that they have very little respect for anyone else’s, どちら. No place is genuinely safe in Mexico. If you go there, you’re an idiot and there’s a better-than-average chance some misfortune will befall you, so beware and read the papers.

  28. Curtis 言う:

    I was raped and robbed by men dressed as police in October 2010 near Sayulita. I shall never return.

  29. Dawne 言う:

    I think what most people don’t realize is that Mexico is a ‘third world country’. You can blindly enjoy your all-inclusive holiday while the average Mexican family earns less in one year than what you’ve just spent. Only when you need medical attention do you realize how lucky you are to be just a visitor, because you could die in an ambulance that has to stop for gas that you’re asked pay for. Big business (and I’m talking the hotel chains) have created a false aura of paradise. The reality is that when you need safety and security, it doesn’t exist. Just ask the couple that was arrested by police in Playa del Carmen on NY eve, raped, and released to the cries of government denial that it ever happened.
    For these reasons, I’m boycotting (as much as I’ve enjoyed past vacations) until the Mexican government understands how important it is to keep their tourists safe. They won’t be getting my dollars any longer.

  30. Mark Tisdale 言う:

    I literally just stumbled onto your blog and this was the first post I read.

    I don’t know your travel plans entirely but Mexico is just not the hell on earth that some people are convinced it is. I just got back from my third trip there! I haven’t seen northern Mexico since ’04, and I’ve heard the border is much worse than it was then, but most everyone I’ve talked to has said beyond that it’s at least as safe as some parts of the US. 正直に, on my last trip I started in Mexico City. I have no doubt there are some scary places there, but you know what, I lived for a decade in Atlanta and there were some freaking scary places there, あまりに!

    I have never felt as ill at ease in foreign countries I’ve visited as I have in the big cities of my own country. Nuff said.

  31. Jaime 言う:

    In Cuernavaca Dec. 2009 I heard people being shot to death during the Beltran Leyva raid. In Nov. 2010 the Mexican Army under the direction of the PGR raided a well known narcoEl Negroin my apartment complex. During the raid they entered and took cash, computers and vehicles of other residents without warrants. Total thugs. Newspapers have reported similar thefts by the 24th Zona Militar. Nothing was done by the authorities contacted about this. Ask yourself if you really want to take the risk of going to Mexico.

  32. Jim Johnson 言う:

    ワウ! I’m glad that you had such a wonderful trip through Mexico, especially considering all of these things that everyone said would happen to you. What did you do wrong to have such a good trip? Thanks for sharing your adventure!

  33. ローナ 言う:

    Glad the scary stories didn’t get to you and make you stay safe and secure, home on the couch, or we never would have met you. Happy Trails!

  34. The Truth 言う:

    I’ve been to Mexico when traveling with my family and we were stopped by aPolice Officerfor breaking a law. After giving him all our money, $200+ he finally let us go. Would I go back, FCUK no.

  35. Old Gringo 言う:

    I’ve just returned from a two month driving trip to southern Mexico. この〜にわたって 50 years my various VW buses have traversed Mexico many times.

    I’ve seen “スタッフ”; but I have also been treated wonderfully even by cops and military personnel.

    There is some bad boogie going down now. The statistical probability of it happening to you is still small. stay vigilant, banish fear, have a beer and a taco.

    Con todo respeto, no hay otro como Mexico!

  36. Portlandiaでエイミー 言う:

    Lmaoooooooooo. I love and always will love Mexico. We took a friend there n our 1st anniversary trip and he loved it so much he sold all his stuff aside from a bag of clothes and his laptop and his bass guitar and he’s made his life there and enjoys every day of it. :-) safety firsteverywhere you go but I never even had one moment of fear or concern by myself at night on the city bus “ホーム”. Nicest people ever.

    Hope you enjoyed your trip!!!

  37. ジェニー 言う:

    This is an old thread, and lots of opinions both ways, しかし… I just can’t read some of these things without responding. I live in Seattle and have been lucky enough to be able to travel to Mexico every year since I was in 5th grade (which has been some time now- I’m 31!). 最初の, they were family trips, obviously (サユリータ, Barra de Navidad, Melaque, Zihuatenejo, Ixtapa, サンブラス, Todo Santos, ドロップ, トゥルム) and then with friends, and now my boyfriend and I have gone together the last 3 年. We’re planning a 3 week trip for February now- Mexico City (my fave), オアハカ, and Puerto Escondido. My parents spend a couple months a year in Mexico every winter.

    To say that thereare no safe places in Mexicois like saying there are no safe places in the US. False. ところで, I have never once stayed in a resort. We rent houses or condos. We speak spanish, we meet neighbors, we got to markets, and eat street food. My dad has been pick-pocketed in Latin America once (in Guatemala), but that can and does happen in the States, あまりに. Other than that, the worst that has happened to us in an occasional stomach bug.

    It’s fine if some of you want to live in yoursafelittle bubble (because no one has ever been raped or murdered there in your town, 右?), but please don’t impose your xenophobic fear-mongering on the rest of us. We happen to be more than capable of assessing our own levels of risk tolerance while expanding our world views.

    I think it’s great what you’re doing, and what an amazing experience for a child. I am incredibly grateful that my parents felt it was important for my brother and I to travel to experience different ways of life.

    And lastly, to the person that said Mexico is a third world country- A. しない, and B. That term is incredibly outdated, do people still say that these days??

  38. That is hilarious, we were warned as well. Many family and friends kept on sayingDon’t Go There. It’s Not Safe. You’ll Die”.

    So once we drove through Mexico and Central America we decided to write a Free book called Don’t Go There. It’s Not Safe. You’ll Die. And Other More Rational Advice for Overlanding Mexico and Central America.

    We are Currently in Chile after starting our tip in Seattle more than a year ago, So far we have not had any major problems.

    Btw, Do you have a list of campgrounds down in Argentina and Chile? It seems that we are on the same or similar itinerary.

    Keep up the great posts!

  39. アン 言う:

    I went through some of the texts and started to feel so, so sad about the content. I’m mexican, live right by the border with the US and can’t believe my eyes. Don’t let fear make you miss one of the most beautiful places on Earth, meet the friendliest and most colorful people in the globe and fall in love with your own soul by encountering freedom and joy.
    残念なことに, the news only publish what helps them sell (fear is the best seller -ask movie makers for example-) and avoid reality.
    Hope you the best wherever you decide to go folks, I’d like to have the chance and bravery needed to live the way you are living now.
    アン

  40. バリー 言う:

    What Ana said! Mexcio has been, です, and always will be a spectacular place of beauty, incredible food and indeed, some to of the friendliest people on earth.

    I too cannot believe the xenophobia of some people.

  41. I’m brand new to your blog and very late to this conversation, but we’re traveling through Mexico now and this post cracked me up. All the dire warnings are so familiar. Looking forward to reading through your site. We spent a year camper-vanning through Europe & Turkey and are now (kinda sorta) considering doing it through SA. 乾杯!

  42. Mr Doodoo 言う:

    It’s hard to believe what some Americans actually think !

    Fact – 1.9 millionyes millionCanadians travel to Mexico every year and yes a handfull of them may get into trouble. Why ? …. carelessness, lack of Spanish perhaps, or maybe just some bad luck.

    ほとんど 2 million Canadians enjoy lovely Mexico every year …. think about it.

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