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Rosarito is still safe. I've been there a few times this year and have come back happy every time. I love it!
Rosarito is very safe. If you are not looking for trouble, you will not find it. Everyone is really friendly and if you get away from the tourist areas, food and merchandise are inexpensive. They also have a great beach.
I've been to Tijuana all by myself and I'm a single female. I went during the day and pretty much stayed to the areas deemed "safe" by the advice of San Diego Tourism and US Navy recommended areas. I had a great time! I was serenaded by a Mariachi band and drank some amazing margarita's. I have traveled all over alone so you can take a tour bus if it feels safer. I hope to eventually retire to Mexico if the drug cartel problem is contained. You can live there for real cheap! ¡Viva México!
Cabo San Lucas is the only place in all of Mexico that I did not enjoy; I think it's because there were too many wealthy, entitled tourists there (the locals were not their usual friendly, festive selves)!
Rosarito is a real cool place to visit as well as stay, and has a great nightlife even in the slow periods. The people are real friendly too.
Rosarito is an awesome place to visit. Things have really turned around in a very short time. The sales people are a bit pushy, but what can you expect from a town that relies chiefly on tourists to survive? The food at the restaurants are great. The police are trying hard to keep the drugs off the streets. It is a town like any other town -- it has its share of ups and downs, but all in all it is a great place to visit, and maybe even to live in. I would live there! I love it there.


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