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The State Department updated it Mexico Travel Advisory today

Tijuana, Mexico
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The State Department updated it Mexico Travel Advisory today

https:/…mexico-travel-advisory.html

Do not travel to:

Colima state due to crime.

Guerrero state due to crime.

Michoacán state due to crime.

Sinaloa state due to crime.

Tamaulipas state due to crime.

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1. Re: The State Department updated it Mexico Travel Advisory today

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2. Re: The State Department updated it Mexico Travel Advisory today

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3. Re: The State Department updated it Mexico Travel Advisory today

I'm just curious, Ronald. I see based upon your profile you have posted 9,391 times here on TripAdvisor since 2005, and all your posts are in just one forum: Acapulco. Can you tell me how a used car salesman from Trumbull, CT becomes an expert on safety in Acapulco by virtue of posting copiously on a travel forum?

Yes, I am a Mexican. I can assure you, Ron, I know of no Mexican with a passport and a visa to enter the USA who would opt to vacation in Acapulco instead. Not one. I know many Mexicans who live in the USA, and not one of them would voluntarily move back to Mexico.

Many Mexicans do choose to vacation in Acapulco or other resorts in Mexico, but that is because they cannot travel abroad and have no other alternatives. If you live in Mexico City, Acapulco is the closest beach resort. I know nobody likes being told their baby is ugly, Ron, but for a Mexican, Acapulco is el culo del diablo. I am glad you are so proud to be the most prolific poster on a city forum that nobody wants to travel to. Acapulco died a long time ago, but people like you keep the fan running so nobody can smell the stink of death.

Suerte, amigo.

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4. Re: The State Department updated it Mexico Travel Advisory today

Yo, Geraldo, have you posted in all the other Level 4 (and Level 3 "Reconsider Travel" State warnings listed in your link) forums? What's the reason for even posting in the Aca forum, where the warnings and safety concerns have been posted ad nauseum for many years? When was the last time you visited Acapulco, and where did you stay, eat, and what did you experience while you were there? Those are the subjects that we'd find interesting. Anything else, frankly, we find to be a big yawn.

Also your Mexican national friends living and working in the U.S. don't want to return to Mexico because of the comparatively sheet wages there. Duh.

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5. Re: The State Department updated it Mexico Travel Advisory today

Thank you, Callie G. It is always interesting to have a non-Spanish speaking American tell us Mexicans all about Mexico.

Did you know the only full-blooded indian to hold the office of president of Mexico was Benito Juárez? He was a Zapotec. He did not learn to speak Spanish until he was 12 years old.

The reason why I am telling you this obscure piece of information is because I see you are from New Orleans. Juárez was the governor of the state of Oaxaca and he objected to the corrupt military dictaorship of General Santa Anna (the one who lost the Mexican - American War). Because of that he was exiled in New Orleans in 1853, where he worked in a cigar factory.

It was from New Orleans that Benito Juárez, and other opponents of Santa Anna who were in exile there, formed the opposition which ended up deposing Santa Anna and the creation of a new Mexican Constitution.

I am sure you will find all the foregoing another big yawn, as it has no information on where to stay, eat or do something.

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7. Re: The State Department updated it Mexico Travel Advisory today

Thank you for blessing us with your vast knowledge. I am certain that you will have posted this in all the other state AND city forums?

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8. Re: The State Department updated it Mexico Travel Advisory today

Yes Jim, I can see there is a cabal on the Acapulco board riding roughshod over anybody with the temerity to actually post any usable facts. I hope my posting of the updated State Department Travel Warning on Mexico will not result in you losing any renters for your Velero y Galeon condo. I don't know why any readers here would actually think you and your compiches are giving true, disinterested comments on Acapulco.

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9. Re: The State Department updated it Mexico Travel Advisory today

Gee whiz, only two of my posts, which broke no Tripadvisor rules, have been removed by the Tripadvisor Community cabal.

Keep banging that report button, guys. Show us your true colors.

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