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5 Simple Rules For First Time Visitors To Mexico

I’ve been living in Mexico for almost a year. And, while I don’t claim to be an expert on Mexican culture, norms and mores, I have picked up on a few things that can make adjusting here as a foreigner a whole hell of a lot easier.

Basically, these tips are aimed at helping prevent foreigners – particularly young ones – from offending any locals, or becoming a stereotype.

I’d imagine that most of these tips should be common sense, but I’ve seen enough foreigners trip up on them while they’re here, so I figured it was worth composing a cheeky little list.

The Best Cities For A Young Man To Live In Latin America

As I approach the one-year mark of living in Mexico City, I’m trying to decide where to relocate. While reminiscing about the cities in Latin America that I’ve spent time in and loved, I came up with the idea for a post about the best cities for a young man to live in Latin America.

Perhaps the biggest surprise I’ve encountered since starting this blog is how many young folk are interested in becoming location independent and moving abroad. I fully endorse this – if you are a man on the journey of discovering his place in life, immersing yourself in a different language and culture can help you identify your values and gain perspective – much more than a blitzkrieg-style backpacking trip (although those have their place as well).

My Latin Life’s Best Cities In Latin America

I’ve compiled a list of what I believe to be the best cities for a tourist to visit in Latin America. The list is based on the criteria outlined on my cities guides, so you’ll want to click on the link to the city to get a thoroughgoing breakdown on the destination to find out why it ranked the way it did.

The Five Best Bars In Mexico City For Tourists

Mexico City has an obscene amount of bars – you’ll never go thirsty here.

And although that’s a good thing, the abundance of choice can be overwhelming for first time visitors.

But not to worry.

There is a handful of bars that welcomes tourists with open arms (and  legs) and most of them are located within walking distance of one another.

Now, before I give you the list, a quick disclaimer: