Originally Posted by alpinelakespilot2000
Good job not paying too much attention to those making gross overgeneralizations, David. Iíll be curious to follow your experience, hopefully in the near future. From our familyís experience, the vast majority of places in Mexico are great, welcoming places and the vast majority of Mexicans are great, welcoming people!
My post is based on 40 years in LE. One doesnít need to look to far to see the odds are changing. Crime, in this case homocides, have steadily moved from the backstreets of Mexican towns to their prized resort areas. Resort towns are becoming the favorite hunting grounds for both criminals and terrorists alike these days.
Why put ones family or friends in jeopardy is a question one should be asking, especially when there are safer destinations to explore both in and out of our country.
Just one example, https://www.yahoo.com/news/u-warns-c...173954315.html
There are, sadly, many many more, as of late.