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The truth is, if there is something, it could be anything, there's no one answer. There is some sort of wide perception that all-inclusives water down their drinks, it may or may not be true and it may or may not be wide-spread. Generally what I'd expect is just selling super-weak cocktails, the same trick that many 'free drink for doing X' places use. ...


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Not directly your question, but things you should have also asked: Check for consequences if you lose your car for some reason and Mexico deems it to be imported, charging you import tax. I'm quite sure there was a corresponding question on this site not long ago. And check what your insurance thinks about it. They may not be happy and not cover you at all ...


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Looking at the answers to other similar questions, such as... Driving from US to Central America Driving from San Antonio to Copan Ruinas, Honduras Comparative safety of countries in Central America ...it looks like you might have to be prepared to bribe the police occasionally. Other than that I can't really tell you much but the answers in above ...


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I don't think it's extremely risky if you stick to Major thoroughfares. It would also be advantageous if you speak the lingua populi. If you're dead-set on this trip i'd say you should only stop in relatively well off areas. Mexico is not as lawless as the headlines make it out to be, at least, compared to other central american countries.


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Yes, there is: There are several places to stay in Boquillas. Most of us ended up in La Zappolita – the former Buzzard’s Roost. Several private rooms, clean bathrooms, no electricity, and your $25 fee for the night includes a huge breakfast with home-made beans and rice, tortillas, and tamales. ...


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My experiences in Baja and BCS have run directly contrary to the folklore about corruption in Mexico. I drove the peninsula, eschewing warnings against driving at night, with only a few regrets. It is a much longer drive than it appears on a map. Infrastructure is uneven. You may assume that it's a very relaxed, two day trip if you're accustomed to the ...


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I found this info at https://i94.cbp.dhs.gov/I94/request.html Not sure if it covers my situation: If you received an electronic I-94 upon arrival by air or sea and depart via land, your departure may not be recorded accurately. A departure will be recorded if you depart via land and re-enter the United States prior to the expiration date stamped ...



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