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Mandy asks…

Food to bring to mexico for a week vacation – Rice/Spices?

I am planning to spend a week vacation in a resort in Cabo. Can I bring some Indian spices and rice to cook in the resort .. is there any custom restriction in the airport ?

Tijuana answers:

I’m guessing that you are not going to an all-inclusive resort. I am going to Mexico too, but I wouldn’t think that they would care, as long as you don’t try to put it in your carry-on. If you want to bring it in your carry-on, you would have to buy the spices and rices (hehehe) from the airport.

John asks…

Should I go to Puerto Vallarta or Cabo San Lucas?

My girlfriends and I are planning a trip to Mexico for early June. Last year we went to Mazatlan and we want somewhere differnt for this year. We have two timeshares available for use one in Cabo and one in Puerto Vallarta. Which one is better.

Tijuana answers:

Puerto Vallarta! It’s cheaper by a long shot. I was there a couple years ago and loved it more than any other vacation. The city is very safe and there are so many things to do there – and it’s all CHEAP! (We went all inclusive – flight, hotel, meals and drinks for $800/person) and then only spent another $400 or so off the resort.

Mark asks…

I need help planning a vacation to Mexico?

I want to travel to Mexico, but have no idea where to start. In your experience, what airlines, which city, what hotel, etc etc should I choose? I would really like to experience the culture more than the party scene and resorts, so no Cancun please. Thanks!
Please do not answer the question with that drug cartel stuff. I do not care.

Tijuana answers:

When people think about Cancun, they think only about the hotels and beaches there. There are some day trips from Cancun to Chitchen Itza and other lovely places that are of historical significant. Cabo San Lucas is a fantastic place but is such a tourist destination. It’s almost impossible to walk around the town and enjoy anything without being bothered by the vendors selling thinkets or people trying to sell timeshares. You might consider La Paz, a place where I was just last week. It is on the beach on the Sea of Cortez/Gulf of California, has lovely weather, is safe, and has a lot of Mexican culture. Unfortunately, I don’t have a lot of experience with other areas of Mexico so I can’t speak with any authority. Now let’s assume you’ve chosen a city in Mexico to visit. What next? Go to a site like Expedia and click on the selection for a trip that includes the flights and a hotel. It’s much cheaper this way. Input the dates you want to stay and look at what comes up. You’ll see many flights and hotels listed from the very expensive to the more economical. Remember, you usually get what you pay for. Let’s say you want to keep the costs down. Then select a lower price hotel at Cabo like the Los Patios. I stayed there recently for about $60 a night with two continental breakfasts included. And they include free WIFI. It’s not on the beach but a bus from in front of the hotel to downtown costs less than 50 cents. It’s a lot of fun to ride with the locals. The room had a refrigerator and enabled us to make simple salads which we enjoyed on the patio overlooking the lovely pool area. If you really want to have a great stay in Cabo and money isn’t an issue, stay at the Solmar All Inclusive. A room for two costs about $200 a day but includes all the meals and snacks for two people. It’s nice to go to the restaurant for dinner and order anything from the menu, including wine and cocktails, without worrying about the cost. It’s on the Pacific Ocean and walks on the safe beach under the moonlight with a nice friend is certainly a special experience. If you choose La Paz, you can take the Aguila Bus Line from Cabo for about $17. It’s about a three hour trip through some interesting scenery. In La Paz, you can stay in the La Concha where I was during my recent trip. It costs less than $100 a night with two American breakfasts, free internet, free use of kayaks, and free shuttle rides to and from downtown La Paz. When you look at the hotels listed on a site like Expedia, you might wish to read the reviews to see what other travelers thought of the places. Good luck and have a great trip.

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