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Are you safe in México? A true story.

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The (self-named) Neurotic Foreigner, William Lawson, is a Canadian who has lived in (and written about life in) the Yucatán for more than 20 years. He writes a blog – Lawson’s Yucatán – that is always varied and interesting. If you’re visiting the area, you might want him to take you on a driving tour, here’s his site: William Lawson’s Yucatan Excursions.

We think you’ll enjoy reading his latest blog post, titled You’re Safe in the Yucatan – A Real Life Example.  After you’ve read it, I’m sure you’ll enjoy browsing through the rest of his blog.  After that, we think you’ll go directly to book your travel to México.

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