I guess that the people who browse my homepage are at least "those who are interested in Mexico or traveling to Mexico".
A long time ago (about XNUMX years ago), when I was in elementary school, I thought that "traveling abroad is something rich people do."Even if it weren't so
At least my family couldn't do it.Also, the mental hurdle was high.In my case, it felt like "going abroad = jumping off the stage of Kiyomizu". (It's not an exaggeration, it's true... = I was a considerable coward)
Now, if it were so cheap, it would be possible to travel overseas for just a few tens of thousands of yen.As far as Mexico is concerned, the "sense of distance" is shrinking year by year, and there are two direct flights from Japan every day!All you have to do is get on the plane, stay still for 15-XNUMX hours and you'll be there.The fare is around XNUMX yen for a round trip on a direct flight.Along with that, the types of travel products such as overseas travel tours have increased dramatically.
I had the audacity to write an extremely abstract title, "How to Enjoy Mexico XNUMX", as if I knew everything about Mexico. I plan to write more if XNUMX or XNUMX stories come out.
I think there are actually a lot of titles like this in the world. I feel like there are a lot of things with titles such as "how to do", "how to do", etc.The fact that such information sells means that there are many people who are straying and suffering.
That's fine, but if XNUMX people read the same how-to book, the XNUMX people are more likely to act in the same way. XNUMX books, XNUMX people. If XNUMX people think and act in a similar way, the result can be imagined.Even if it's a little off from what you imagined, it won't make much of a difference.If you read the same travel information magazine and participate in the same tour, the content of the memories will be the same.
It's not that it's bad, but for example,
“The pyramids of Teotihuacan were also magnificent, but I was even more surprised by the pig heads hanging in the local market.”And,
"It's a little bit off the Golden Route, and it's a small village that doesn't have anything special, but the atmosphere that you can enjoy while drinking coffee is exceptional and you can't experience it in Japan."And,"The posole restaurant that only locals go to has a real home-made taste."And,"That magnificent view of cacti made me feel like I was in Mexico!"And,"I'm shy and at first I thought it was a hassle, but after drinking a little tequila, I felt good, and listening to that music made me happy."And,
I don't think traveling is just going around famous sightseeing spots, regardless of the size of the trip. . .
Especially in Mexico, such stories are rolling around.So it's fine to just go around the Golden Route and go home, but I strongly recommend that you don't get caught up in existing information, empty your mind, open your mind, and experience Mexico with your own sensibility. increase.
For that reason, Mexico is a very interesting country for those with a bit of an adventurous spirit, and we will do our best to support you in making such a trip!