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The State Department advises against visiting Tijuana because of drug trafficking violence.

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50%
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50%
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Ken Brucker Says:

Fri, Feb 10 2012 11:00 AM

I walk across and back at least every other month to buy medications for a relative. I always get a favorite bottle of wine (L.A. Cetto's Nebbiolo) that is nearly impossible to buy on this side of the border. I even found a place to eat 3 blocks from Ave. Revelucion. I don't like staying after dark, that's for sure.

It's the raw poverty shoved up against the border that has made TJ uncomfortable. Even though I have foggy ideas for solutions to it, but I'm not going to look away because I've known it's been there all of my life.


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