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Mexico's drug war has cast a dark cloud on the country claiming more than 151000 lives in 2010.
Ironically in the first two months of 2011.
-- -- to the country has increased by 80%.
These episodes of violence have occurred and continue to occur in very specific pockets of the country.
And one of those specific pockets -- war -- an area considered by many to be the capital of Mexico's drug war.
The distance between choirs and come -- over 1000 miles 1200 miles to be precise Mexico's president Philippe Calderon wants 2011.
To be the year of tourism for the country.
He's increase investment into the industry by 100 in 27%.
Primarily focusing on infrastructure here promoting the country in a positive light to torts and here's what a couple of them had to say about their spring break experience.
Left there is it's nice to go to clubs and it was really save there -- a lot of problems.
Like American -- coming here and stuff like that ahead.
-- -- With the US Department of State still decided to issue this travel warning to Mexico and April that read quote.
Resort areas in -- -- destinations in Mexico generally do not see the levels of drug related violence and crime reported in the border -- Nevertheless crime and violence are serious problems they can occur anywhere and it's a safety issue that folks in the travel industry are well aware of these stories that do come out -- are difficult and gruesome enough that they are.
-- major stories we recognize that it that is a captain and but you've got to bear in mind one thing that makes it was a very large country.
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