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Daniel asks…

Is it safe to go on a cruise to Ensenada, Mexico this spring break, in light of the drug wars and kidnapping?

Some friends and I are going on a very short 3 night cruise from Long Beach to Ensenada, Mexico and back. I have been told that right now is not a safe time to go due to a lot of political unrest, the drug wars and other conflicts going on. I have tried looking the matter up and there have been warnings from the State Department, but the violence only seems to be at Border cities like Tiajuana, Ciudad Juarez, and Nogales. I figure that Ensenada is at least a little bit into the coutry where we won’t get too much trouble but then again it is a big tourist spot. So please if anyone could give me credible links to news in the area or recent first hand experience from there, that would be great. Thanks and any info will be helpful!

Tijuana answers:

I think that Ensenda is quite beautiful..however with all that is going on now, I truly think that you should go somewhere else…they are beheading children down there.


Chris asks…

Have you ever been on a cruise?

If so, how was it? Were did you go? Which cruise line? I was on Oasis of the Seas earlier this year, and i want to know what other cruises are like.

Tijuana answers:

I have been on 3
The first was awesome
The inside passage of Alaska round-trip from Vancouver, Canada Norwegian Cruise Line ship was the Norwegian Wind back in 1999
The second was okay
Long Beach, CA to Ensenada, Mexico Royal Caribbean
The third was fun
Miami to the Bahamas and back to Miami
Norwegian Cruise Lines

Paul asks…

Is it safe to buy a home in Mexico?

I am an American but I would like to buy a vacation home in Mexico, half way between Ensanada and Rosarito by the beach…Is this a bad idea? Homes there are so cheap…But when I was younger every time my friends and I went to Rosarito, we would get pulled over and hassled by the cops when passing through Tijuana

Tijuana answers:

I have been going to places south of Ensenada but on the toll road every year on church mission trips since 1989 and have not had any trouble with police. The homes are not so cheap anymore, maybe $200-300,000 for a condo in one of the big developments. This is still a whole lot less than a similar unit in San Diego or Coronado.

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