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How often do you consider official travel warnings when making travel plans?

Posted 3 months.

9 Comments

  • Gregg - 2 months ago

    It is really funny that at this time of year, the US always plays this game before Spring Break when Millions of Dollars escape to Mexico.

  • PV Resident - 3 months ago

    I have lived in MX in the winter (4-5 months) for years. I am a Residente Permanente. I take these “warnings” from the the US State Department as fear-mongering, nothing more. I’ve traveled all over MX with no issues whatsoever for over 20 years. Sadly, the US now has a racist Cheeto for POTUS and the State Department takes their cues from him. This too shall pass. #Voteblue2018.

  • William Christian - 3 months ago

    Did you take your students to Guerro? A quick trip to Tijuana. A spell on the beach as to Acapulco?

  • Edgar Soudek - 3 months ago

    The travel warnings - issued by mostly the United States and its lapdogs - have not kept me from taking
    groups of students and ex-student to Mexico almost every year since 1969, a total of well over a thousand.
    The ONLY UNTOWARD incident in all those years was a dogbite into the posterior of one of my students, in 2015 in the town of Amecameca at the foot of Popocatepetl volcano. I have learned that whatever is said or written about Mexico by official U.S. sources is mostly lies, exaggerations, hostile remarks, and outright inventions. I doubt very much that any of the U.S. officials involved with the warnings has ever set foot into Mexico - I will gladly give them the names of many hundreds of my students to be interview about their experiences with the sights and incredibly friendly people of Mexico.....

  • Edgar Soudek - 3 months ago

    The travel warnings - issued by mostly the United States and its lapdogs - have not kept me from taking
    groups of students and ex-student to Mexico almost every year since 1969, a total of well over a thousand.
    The ONLY UNTOWARD incident in all those years was a dogbite into the posterior of one of my students, in 2015 in the town of Amecameca at the foot of Popocatepetl volcano. I have learned that whatever is said or written about Mexico by official U.S. sources is mostly lies, exaggerations, hostile remarks, and outright inventions. I doubt very much that any of the U.S. officials involved with the warnings has ever set foot into Mexico - I will gladly give them the names of many hundreds of my students to be interview about their experiences with the sights and incredibly friendly people of Mexico.....

  • Becky - 3 months ago

    More people die from violence in the USA everyday but do we get warned not to travel there...no way

  • William - 3 months ago

    It seems to me that the only way Mexico will be able to combat this paranoia is to issue travel advisories for both Canada and the US whenever a mass killing occurs or when an unusual number of homicides are reported. No question that would be a lot of travel advisories.

  • Celso Jacquez - 3 months ago

    While Mexico remains with a corrupt Goverment and there definitely is, no change, we can expect as far as traveling to Mexico, to remain the same.

  • Andrew Alexander - 3 months ago

    Most gov warnings are paranoid - not based on real life situation. Most violence is occurring between various faction of cartels fighting for territories or drug related. Very seldom innocent person is hurt . Let's be realistic - thousand of people die yearly fron doctors mistakes in hospitals in US & Canada, many more dies in car accidents, hundreds of innocents are killed by police in US....

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