After all the Mexico-praising posts I wrote, I want you to know I'm not denying the issue of safety that exists in the country. Mexico´s homicide rate is skyrocketing. More than 30.000 people were killed in 2018, numbers that weren´t reached since 1997. Rates are rising as well in before inviolated, touristic areas like Quintana Roo. Mexico as a bridge between South America and the United States is the scene of bloody fights between the cartels over drug trafficking routes. Although nobody can or should deny those facts, I'll try to explain you why I still felt way safer than I expected.