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Old 04-26-2010, 12:39 AM   #1
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We are looking into taking one of the RV Caravans that offer trips to Panama and return. I would appreciate feedback from anyone that has gone of one of these caravans. Feedback on both the complexity of the trip and the professionalism of the tour companies. Or any info you can give us. Thanks
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Personally I wouldn't go into Mexico without the United States Army surrounding me, with or without a tour company.
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Ditto, that's pretty much what the latest state department bulletin says.
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Saw an article recently that one of the caravan companies has discontinued trips into Mexico; don't remember which one
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Personally I wouldn't go into Mexico without the United States Army surrounding me, with or without a tour company.
Isn't the BIG GUY better than the army?
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Isn't the BIG GUY better than the army?
I'm mainly depending on the Big Guy for the operation of my Power Gear Jacks not taking trips into area that the odds are good you will be shot at or kidnapped.
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