- My age:
- My sexual orientation:
- I prefer male
- Short silky brunet hair
- Figure type:
- My figure features is quite slender
- What I like to drink:
- White wine
- I have piercing:
- I like tattoo:
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Avoid non-essential travel outside Canada until further notice. If you must travel, check the risk levels specific to your destination and plan your travel accordingly. Exercise a high degree of caution in Mexico due to high levels of criminal activity and kidnapping.
Violent crimes, including homicides, kidnappings, carjacking and extortions continue to increase year-after-year, nationwide in Mexico, even in popular tourist destinations. While most incidents appear to be gang-related, innocent bystanders may be injured or killed. You may be in the wrong place at the wrong time and become a victim of violent crime.
If you are the victim of a crime, you must report it immediately to local authorities. No criminal investigation is possible without a formal complaint. Complaints must be made in person before leaving Mexico. Criminal groups, including drug cartels, are very active.
Criminal activity is high nationwide, including in touristic states and cities. In some parts of the country, military, navy and federal police forces have been deployed to combat organized crime and improve security conditions. They maintain a visible presence by patrolling the streets, setting up roadblocks and conducting random vehicle checks. Border areas often see higher criminal activity and violence; including in rural areas. Confrontations between organized criminal groups and Mexican authorities continue to pose a risk.
Shootouts, attacks and illegal roadblocks may occur without warning. If crossing an international land border:.
Kidnappers target both the wealthy and middle class. Canadian citizens and contractors working for Canadian businesses have been kidnapped mostly in areas that are not under police and security forces control. Express kidnappings occur in large urban areas.
They are a method of abduction where criminals ask for a small and immediate ransom. Thieves most commonly work in cooperation with, or pose as, taxi drivers. They force victims to use their debit or credit card to withdraw money from ATMs in exchange for their release. They then demand an immediate ransom for the release.
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Unable to reach their loved one, the family members assume that the person has been kidnapped. Criminals use various means of gathering information about potential victims, including using social media sites or eavesdropping on conversations.
Robbers will follow a victim after they exchange or withdraw money at airports, currency exchange bureaus casas de cambio or ATMs. Tourists staying in rental homes have been the victims of break-ins and burglaries. Whether you are staying in private or commercial accommodations, make sure you lock windows and doors securely at night and when you are away. Canadians travellers have been physically and sexually assaulted.
In some cases, hotel employees, taxi drivers and security personnel at popular tourist destinations were involved. Some incidents of assault, rape and sexual aggression against Canadian women have occurred, including at beach resorts and on public buses. Safe-travel guide for women. Never leave food or drinks unattended or in the care of strangers.
Be wary of accepting snacks, beverages, gum or cigarettes from new acquaintances. These items may contain drugs that could put you at risk of sexual assault and robbery.
Some bars, restaurants and resorts have served counterfeit alcohol. Some travellers have reported getting sick or blacking out after drinking alcohol. Height standards for balcony railings in Mexico can be considerably lower than those in Canada. Falls have resulted in deaths and injuries. More about overseas fraud. Legitimate police officers have extorted money from tourists or arrested tourists for minor offences or traffic violations.
Travellers driving rental cars have been targeted. Demonstrations take place regularly throughout the country.
Such incidents may last a long time, leading to shortages of fresh food, medicine and gasoline. They can also lead to disruptions to traffic and public transportation. Mexican law prohibits political activities by foreigners. You may be detained, deported or denied re-entry into the country if participating in demonstration.
More about mass gatherings large-scale events. Rescue services may not be consistent with international standards. Several drownings occur each year. Also, Canadians have been involved in accidents where operators of recreational vehicles, such as watercrafts, have demanded compensation exceeding the value of the damage caused to the vehicle or equipment. Pirate attacks and armed robbery against ships occur in coastal waters of the Bay of Campeche. Mariners should take appropriate precautions. Road conditions and road safety can vary greatly throughout the country. Dangerous curves, poorly marked or hidden road s, construction sites, roaming livestock, slow-moving or abandoned vehicles and other obstacles pose hazards.
Toll highways are typically safer and better maintained than secondary highways. Mexican driving styles are very different from those in Canada. Drivers often drive at excessive speeds and may be aggressive or reckless. Drinking and driving laws are not strictly enforced. Accidents causing fatalities are common. Illegal roadblocks and demonstrations are common. Heavily armed gangs have attacked travellers on intercity highways. Criminals especially target sport utility vehicles and full-size pickup trucks for theft and carjacking.
The Mexico City metro is often very crowded and a popular place for pickpocketing. There are metro cars dedicated to women and children during rush hours. They are located at the front of the trains.
When travelling to other cities, use bus companies that offer first or executive class transportation. These buses only travel on toll ro, which lower the risks of targeted roadblocks and robberies. You can also hire a taxi from a reputable online transportation network company. We do not make assessments on the compliance of foreign domestic airlines with international safety standards.
General information about foreign domestic airlines. Most governments have implemented special entry and exit restrictions and requirements for their territory due to COVID Before travelling, verify if the local authorities of both your current location and destinations have implemented any restrictions or requirements related to this situation.
Consider even your transit points, as transit rules are in place in many destinations. This could disrupt your travel.
To limit the spread of COVID, American and Mexican authorities announced the temporary restriction of all non-essential travel across the US-Mexico border as of March 21,until further notice. As a result, you will not be allowed to cross the US-Mexico border for recreation or tourism. However, if you cross the border daily to do essential work, or if the reason for your travel is essential, you will be able to enter the country. The borders will remain open for trade activities such as supply chains of food, fuel, and medicine. Every country or territory decides who can enter or exit through its borders.
We have obtained the information on this from Mexican authorities. It can, however, change at any time. Verify this information with the Foreign Representatives in Canada. Before you travel, check with your transportation company about passport requirements.
Official travel. Different entry rules may apply when travelling with a temporary passport or an emergency travel document. Before you leave, check with the closest diplomatic mission for your destination.