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 Posted: Mon Apr 3rd, 2017 04:17 pm
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BahiaCrew
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We just arrived for a short visit yesterday and were surprised by the amount of traffic and people in town.  Not sure of the cycles of visitors yet so just curious...is there some type of Spring break or something this week?

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 Posted: Mon Apr 3rd, 2017 07:20 pm
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I think it is spring break in AZ and that might be part of the activity.  Semana Santa in MX begins next week.  There has been more visitors this winter than I can recall for many years.  I think it is due to the improved economy here and up north, but that is just my guess. 

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Lots of people on the beach yesterday, very few Americans. I think this is the new normal for weekends.

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I think there are less Mexicans traveling North of the border.  I have a feeling this will be the case for the next 4 years. :shock:

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I think you are correct Tammi.  I have a good Mexican girlfriend who loves, loves, loves to shop.  She often when north to AZ to do so.  She has stopped that 100% and has even stopped online shopping up north.  She said she won't spend money where she is not wanted.  

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I've heard the same from all of my Mexican friends and family. Turns out there there is plenty of shopping to do here in Mexico. Zara, H&M and Nordstrom have great delivery in Mexico 🇲🇽 

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 Posted: Wed Apr 5th, 2017 04:13 pm
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Arizona wants everyone to feel welcome. They are the welcoming neighbors to the north and have had a great relationship with Sonora, Long before Trump, and will for long after Trump. The two states have a special relationship. Just view the video of the commerce between the two states.

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 Posted: Wed Apr 5th, 2017 04:46 pm
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That is such a nice sentiment Long time Resident... I'm not sure everyone feels that those efforts are effective to combat the current Trump climate. Not just from Mexican Nationals, USA tourism is down 6%. I feel for the businesses in Tucson

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