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How Safe is Mexico?

A post by "Nancy Dardarian" |

Nancy lives in Mazatlán, Sinaloa, México, with her husband Paul and two dogs. To see more posts by this author, click here.

I just ran across this post on AOL Travel by Anne Johnson. It is a must read for anyone planning to travel to Mexico or to calm fears of friends who think you shouldn’t visit!

Drug-related violence in cities south of the United States-Mexico border has caused the U.S. State Department to issue a travel warning for Mexico — but did you know most of Mexico is as safe as ever? Read More…

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1 Comments For This Post

  1. casaq Says:

    Nancy -I cant tell you how much i appreciate the posts you have submitted . . . i am all over your page today, going to the source pages and sending out eveything i can to the world . . . stumble, digg, facebook, linkedin – you name it, i am there doing all i can to change the ridiculous perception that the u.s. media is propagating in the states. . . I have a business in San Miguel de Allende and we are all suffering so much. so thank you thank you for the work you are doing. i will be following right along and continuing to promote this blog!
    cynthia price

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