15 Rookie Mistakes to Avoid When Visiting Mexico

Every once in a while,   someone puts together a great piece in their blog.

This is one of those times.

Jim Foreman, of The Mexican Insurance Store.com has put together a real doozy (Duesenberg)…  … With FULL CREDIT TO JIM  Foreman,  Feb 10, 2017,   we offer a copy of his publicly published  ~excellent~ article.

Tips, Secrets, and Advice for Traveling Mexico

  Friday, February 10, 2017

15 Rookie Mistakes To Avoid When Traveling In Mexico

When in Rome, do as the Romans do. –Saint Ambrose

Story by Jim Foreman
We’ve all been there. We’ve all made that first trip to Mexico, as green as a cucumber.

What’s more, everyone, it seems, from the news, family, and friends will try to impart some conventional wisdom. The problem is that these same people offering their advice have either never been to Mexico or went so long ago, the memories are grossly embellished.

Originally this was going to be only ‘6 Rookie Mistakes.’ As the thoughts and situations kept appearing, the number rose to 8, 10, 13 and finally 15. Truthfully, this list could have exceeded 16, 18 or 20 points. Sticking with the self-imposed limit of 15, take a moment to ponder, read, and think about what’s listed below. These can mean the difference between a ‘Meh’ trip and a wonderfully memorable journey.

The list below isn’t about rules to follow such as not driving at night or taking the toll roads. Instead, these are some key details and perspectives that will make your first trip and future trips memorable and enjoyable.

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Read the Full Article here:
15 Common Rookie Mistakes to Avoid When Visiting Mexico 

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One Response to 15 Rookie Mistakes to Avoid When Visiting Mexico

  1. Thanks for the tips 😉 going to visit Mexico In august

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