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Ensenada Mexico Airport

Michael asks…

Can you please tell me something about mexico. Thank You So Much!?

Tijuana answers:

Official name: Estados Unidos Mexicanos

Land area: 742,485 sq mi (1,923,039 sq km); total area: 761,602 sq mi (1,972,550 sq km)

Population (2007 est.): 108,700,891 (growth rate: 1.2%); birth rate: 20.4/1000; infant mortality rate: 20.4/1000; life expectancy: 75.6; density per sq mi: 146

Capital and largest city (2003 est.): Mexico City, 19,013,000 (metro. Area), 8,591,309 (city proper)

Other large cities: Ecatepec, 1,731,900 (part of Mexico City metro. Area); Guadalajara, 1,665,800; Puebla, 1,345,500; Nezahualcóyotl, 1,250,700 (part of Mexico City metro. Area); Monterrey, 1,135,000

Monetary unit: Mexican peso

Languages: Spanish, various Mayan, Nahuatl, and other regional indigenous languages

Ethnicity/race: mestizo (Amerindian-Spanish) 60%, Amerindian or predominantly Amerindian 30%, white 9%, other 1%

Religions: nominally Roman Catholic 89%, Protestant 6%, other 5%

Literacy rate: 91% (2004 est.)

Economic summary: GDP/PPP (2007 est.): $1.353 trillion; per capita $12,500. Real growth rate: 3%. Inflation: 3.8%. Unemployment: 3.7% plus underemployment of perhaps 25%. Arable land: 13%. Agriculture: corn, wheat, soybeans, rice, beans, cotton, coffee, fruit, tomatoes; beef, poultry, dairy products; wood products. Labor force: 45.38 million; agriculture 18%, industry 24%, services 58% (2003). Industries: food and beverages, tobacco, chemicals, iron and steel, petroleum, mining, textiles, clothing, motor vehicles, consumer durables, tourism. Natural resources: petroleum, silver, copper, gold, lead, zinc, natural gas, timber. Exports: $267.5 billion f.o.b. (2007 est.): manufactured goods, oil and oil products, silver, fruits, vegetables, coffee, cotton. Imports: $279.3 billion f.o.b. (2007 est.): metalworking machines, steel mill products, agricultural machinery, electrical equipment, car parts for assembly, repair parts for motor vehicles, aircraft, and aircraft parts. Major trading partners: U.S., Canada, Spain, South Korea, Japan (2006).

Communications: Telephones: main lines in use: 19.861 million (2006); mobile cellular: 57.016 million (2006). Radio broadcast stations: AM 850, FM 545, shortwave 15 (2003). Radios: 31 million (1997). Television broadcast stations: 236 (plus repeaters) (1997). Televisions: 25.6 million (1997). Internet Service Providers (ISPs): 7.629 million (2007). Internet users: 22 million (2006).

Transportation: Railways: total: 17,665 km (2006). Highways: total: 235,670 km; paved: 116,751 km (including 6,144 km of expressways); unpaved: 118,919 km (2004). Waterways: 2,900 km navigable rivers and coastal canals. Ports and harbors: Acapulco, Altamira, Coatzacoalcos, Ensenada, Guaymas, La Paz, Lazaro Cardenas, Manzanillo, Mazatlan, Progreso, Salina Cruz, Tampico, Topolobampo, Tuxpan, Veracruz. Airports: 1,834 (2007).

International disputes: prolonged regional drought in the border region with the U.S. Has strained water-sharing arrangements.

Mexico is bordered by the United States to the north and Belize and Guatemala to the southeast. Mexico is about one-fifth the size of the United States. Baja California in the west is an 800-mile (1,287-km) peninsula and forms the Gulf of California. In the east are the Gulf of Mexico and the Bay of Campeche, which is formed by Mexico’s other peninsula, the Yucatán. The center of Mexico is a great, high plateau, open to the north, with mountain chains on the east and west and with ocean-front lowlands lying outside them.

Federal republic.

At least three great civilizations—the Mayas, the Olmecs, and later the Toltecs—preceded the wealthy Aztec empire, conquered in 1519–1521 by the Spanish under Hernando Cortés. Spain ruled Mexico as part of the viceroyalty of New Spain for the next 300 years until Sept. 16, 1810, when the Mexicans first revolted. They won independence in 1821.

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Donald asks…

Whats wrong with this conversation?

hey amber


how was your vacation, you bastard lol

it was awesome!

i so did not want to leave

do you have family there or something?

i went with a friend who had family there

thats so cool

i want to go to mexico 🙁 last time i went there was when i was like 7

you do need to go! i love mexico.

i really liked this trip tho, it was different, less of the tourist adventure


like the area

or more so what u did


we stayed in a little town of ranchers, they were all pretty poor, had to heat water on the stove to shower, lol

she knew alot of people so we went to all the local places

no way lol

was it a long ride?


lol aw terrible

hour in a car then airport lines then the flight then we get to tijuana and our ride leaves us a message that they cant come. so we have to dig for pesos to get to the border, then walk across to catch a ride home….

dragging our bags all the way


omg haha

u didnt have to walk all the way from the airport to the border right?

haha, no we took a taxi to the border and then walked across

ah, yeah well thats still kindof a long walk

do you go to TJ often?

not anymore. its really dangerous right now. i was nervous just being there

really? i thought they were all just rumors, but then again more and more people are talking about it these days

oh hell no. friends of mine went down got pulled over, guns to their heads the whole bit. then theres all those kidnappings and whatnot

wow, yeah my co-workers boyfriend went down there, got drunk, went to jail and this guy next to him in jail was like ‘don’t worry, when we get out of here i’ll get you home’ and ended up betraying him and stealing his car….

damn. theres nothing worse than going to jail in mexico

lol yeah scarry stuff

but its not so bad if you go further south

i want to go this summer if i can

yeah whats a cool town thats near the border but not that dangerous….and on the ocean?

ensenada and rosarito are awesome. but its the drive thats sketchy. my friends were on their way to ensenada

you thinking about going?

yeah, i mean i was in tj a couple years ago but i didnt venture anywhere or anything

well you should venture on over. just be careful

yeah ill probably just take a bus or train, being that i don’t know how to drive lol

take mexicoach

thats how i always go

or the trolly but then you have to do taxi’s and i dont like that

do taxi’s overprice you over there?

not really, theyre cheap compared to here.

thats how you get kidnapped tho

damn lol

when your friends were held at gunpoint, were they being robbed or something?

yeah. i dont think they took the car

but they took everything else for sure

thats strange

yeah. ima nock out now.

ok, goodnight


Tijuana answers:

There’s nothing wrong with that conversation. Just looked like two friends having a nice chat.

John asks…

weather for ensenada on june 17, 2011?

Tijuana answers:

The nearest observation station is in Tijuana. Click the link below for a copy of the observation report.


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