50 thoughts on “Mexico is Dirty & Dangerous? Culture Shock! (Subtitulos)

  1. MEXICO CITY 🇲🇽
    The oldest capital of North America, and of the Americas.

    (Mexico-Tenochtitlan)

    Historical capital of four political entities:

    Capital of the Aztec Empire
    Capital of the Viceroyalty of the New Spain
    Capital of the First Mexican Empire
    Capital of the Mexican Republic

    Nicknamed by the conquerors The Venice of the new world.

    Mexico City, is the second city with more museums, in the world, has the Chapultepec Castle, the only real castle in America to be inhabited by emperors.
    Besides the Bosque de Chapultepec that is three times bigger than Central Park in New York.

    El Paseo de la Reforma is considered the second most beautiful avenue in the world, after the Champs-Élysées in Paris.

    The capital has a legacy that mixes architecture, pre-Hispanic, colonial, and modern, making Mexico City a cosmopolitan city.

    The ancient Mexico-Tenochtitlan, capital of the Aztec Empire, has been transformed into "Mexico City"
    The metropolis of Latin America.
     🏢🏣🏡⛲

  2. Ha ha ha 😂 who would call something spicy sweet….paletas de tamarindo and lots of Mexican candy. It's not unhealthy, it's custom. It's a right of passage for millions of Mexicans. It's almost a belief that it makes people tough in a sense, when they're kids. Then it just becomes part of the flavor.

  3. Nice video. Where are you from originally? You have an interesting accent that doesnt sound completely American

  4. guerita o guerito is used to anyone that has light skin. I'm Mexican from Chihuahua where we tend to be white or light skin and whenever we go to the center or south of Mexico we are called wero lol is and endering way of saying friend

  5. Actually we live all stressed and we're getting late everywhere cause we're rushing all the time… Specially in Mexico City… For example, right now is 5:00 am in the morning and I have to wake up and rush with my 5 year old to get to school… (and as you can see I'm watching videos and procrastinating a little bit) That's why we 're always late..!! XD
    Hope you have the time to visit some other beautiful places. 🙂

  6. Its great to see an American make fun of the typical "American Generalisation of Mexicans' and highlight how good Mexico is as a country. Nice informative video

  7. Ok amor .. ok mi güerita hermosa .. tienes un supcritor más por aquí . Porque amas a mi hermoso país..😁😁😁❤️❤️

  8. actually you are wrong…mexico city is a small part of the entire country of mexico. It represents the best of mexico but the sad part is that most of the rest of the country is complete shit. please do not venture to other parts of mexico for your own safety. Unlike in the US , most of mexico is ghetto and gang infested garbage. With all due respect to the few other nice areas in mexico that are worth vacationing to , like Merida, Guadalajara, and some others…but the problem is that when it gets ugly it gets really ugly . In the US you have some ghetto toilets here and there but there really aren't that many and at least you still have government control, but in mexico if you go into a ghetto it is literally run by gangs and all police become their bitches and unfortunately there are many many ghettos out there and that is why it is a 3rd world country. so I like your cute video but please return home as soon as possible for your own safety

  9. I also love Mexico city, especially Polanco…but I would never live there due to all the air pollution that can kill you very fast! so you should definitely leave that place before you get lung cancer. I did visit mexico city once and it is awesome but so sad that most of the rest of mexico is such a dirty and dangerous place. Literally god's toilet , no pun intended. I wish all of mexico was like mexico city…sigh

  10. But we cannot deny the fact that Mexico along with all Latin America except Brazil is a shithole.

  11. I love this video,your very articulate and beautiful, stereotypes & media obscure my beautiful country, thank you for shedding some light , saludos desde Washington

  12. I love your video. what you say about my country Mexico ❤️ …compared to others.
    You still have a lot to visit because there are beautiful places.
    greetings from the state of Veracruz ❤️

  13. In Mexico we like to not use names so don’t feel bad about being call güerita we do it fo everyone not just Americans like my uncle he has white skin he is Mexican and everyone cell him Güero and my skin is black and almost everyone called me negrito or chocolate it’s just something more we Mexicans do 😊

  14. Number two only apply in mexico city and all states of center-south mexico because people have more indigenous heritage, they are short and brown skin, meanwhile in the north of the country the american-european (mostly Spanish and German) heritage is more strong, you can find more blonde or white people and more taller, im from Sonora

  15. I don’t know how you travel in cities you travel, I rent a car from cheapoair.com which gives the cheaper rates from all the rent a cars companies on one page.

  16. Cancun me parecio hermoso, lo unico malo es que hubo un atentado contra mi persona. Desearon raptarme, logre escapar del perseguimiento y al dia siguiente me fui de Mexico. Una lastima, porque me gusto mucho. Ojala algun dia logren acabar con estos problemas.

  17. I'm living in the north of Mexico City, I know the center and a lot bit the south, it's beautiful
    Is incredible the contrasting between the houses and the streets, the food yeah is spicy but it's delicious, la torre latino Americana looks like empire state building from NYC, El Palacio de Bellas Artes and El Monumento a la Revolucion look like French constructions and El Angel de la Independencia is like a monument from Berlin in Germany, The center have A lot of Spanish Colonial builds and of course the Ruins of native Americans from Mexico, the Tepito's neighborhood is dangerous like others parts of the city like California in America, well Mexico City is beautiful.

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