Distances Between Tourist Destinations and High-Risk Areas in Mexico  | The Truth About Mexico

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Distances Between Tourist Destinations and High-Risk Areas in Mexico

A post by "Palabra Arriba" | http://www.thetruthaboutmexico.com

Palabra Arriba has lived in Mexico for three years, and wants his friends and family to stop worrying. To see more posts by this author, click here.

To help put the relative danger of travel in Mexico into perspective, we have prepared this map illustrating distances between the hotspots identified by the US State Department, and major tourist destinations. Please feel free to distribute this file, or download our print-quality PDF.

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4 Comments For This Post

  1. CECILIA Says:

    YOU LEFT OUT CULIACAN.

  2. Linda Says:

    Don’t those BIG STARS on the map represent REALLY BIG TROUBLE???

  3. Palabra Says:

    Maybe. Well, except for Toronto. I don’t think it’s bothering anyone.

  4. Fidel Peel Says:

    Nice blog man Thanks

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