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Re: Sad news for tourism in Cabo 8 years ago Save How sad. We were set to depart for Mexico from Los Angeles on the ill-fated Carnival Splendor at the end of this month, and the trip was cancelled as it had not been fully repaired. The trip is one we made a year ago, and it was absolutely the best, most beautiful one we've been on. We quickly rebooked on the closest trip to Mexican Riviera which is the one out of San Diego , with a couple extra Mexican ports.
A couple of our friends travelled with us last year, and my one girlfriend is one of those who believes everything she hears in the news. It was difficult to get her off the ship.
She didn't want to drink the water it's all bottled by Coca-Cola bottling plant, but she didn't grasp that information and get sick. She didn't want to become a victim of crime. She'd paid ENTIRELY too much attention to the bits of bad news about happenings in Mexico, never mind that we were many hundreds of miles from where any of, well, anything, had happened. She spent less than 4 hours off the ship the entire week. As to the downtrend to the travel to Mexico, I'm of the opinion that it has more been to the total economic meltdown over the past 3 years than the fear of travel to Mexico.
When we booked our trip for last year, nearly 2 years ago after the first year of total economic chaos, the rep at Carnival said that the attitude of the people booking was "screw it, we're tired of sitting at home waiting for things to get better. Let's go to Mexico! Carnival has great rates. One always has to be careful when traveling, either down the street or around the world. It's just common sense. I've never been to a port on my cruises that I had any fear.
Seriously, the cruise lines do not want the kind of press that tells travelers that they don't care about their safety. Take proper precautions, keep your wits about you i.