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Interesting. But Zapopan? Sounds like they were relying on Google Maps or something.

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36 minutes ago, El Bizco said:

Mérida one of the world's safest cities? Quickly becoming as bad as Acapulco...

Could you give some background for that assertion?

 

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After checking Google, I withdraw my statement and apologize for any problem it caused. I was thinking of the violence in Playa del Carmen.

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12 minutes ago, Yo1 said:

You really trust the Mexican census?

You really trust the Yucatan Times?

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6 minutes ago, AngusMactavish said:

You really trust the Yucatan Times?

Of course. If it's on the internet it has to be true. No?

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The INEGI data is pretty extensive and detailed. Yes, I trust them certainly more than the wild-### claims of 1M Americans in Mexico, 40,000 in PV and 54,000 in Yucatan!  I've also seen claimes of >20,000 at Lakeside!  BTW, just how would the US Department of State have any idea how many Americans are living in Mexico?

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9 minutes ago, El Saltos said:

 BTW, just how would the US Department of State have any idea how many Americans are living in Mexico?

Wild A$$ Guess?

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Playa del Carmen as bad as Acapulco?? Someone is dreaming- Playa del Carmen has a long way to go .. so there are murders in clubs.. nothing like Acapulco.. Playa is a small place, Acapulco is a city... it is apples and oranges.

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