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Weed in cozumel

What happens if you get caught? lol, what do u think. They will throw away the key to start with.

You get caught in Mexico and you will wish you were back in the states where the cops call you “sir” and they feed you in jail.

As a foreigner do be careful,you of course want to have a fun vacation,but I’ve heard some stories of people who stayed in a jail until some American friend came up (or a entire group)with a lot of to get the person bailed out. mookie

The good’ol mother sativa is found anywhere. I can tell you one thing though, Be careful! I did both. Meaning, got it. and got cought. Not a fun deal. Though they might sink you in the hole for a while if you do things the right way, you might get lunky and bail your self out on the spot. hehe. But that goes with the karma you bring with you. But if you do get a hold of some, you wouldnt find anything out of the ordinary. It actually was kinda of crappy. My advice, it isnt worth risking for what you might find. You will find lots of people offering too, just be careful. Oh, and dont be surprised if a cop just happends to jump out of the bushes and bustes you. True story.

Marijuana laws in Mexico/Cozumel?

Weed in cozumel

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King Koopa said:
The amount of pot that Gask smokes is equivalent to a guy shooting heroin on weekends

so ur not gettin ur teeth fixed now?

whats ur skype homie?

and i say do it. fuck ya. cozumel is the shit. i love that island

I was down there like 3 yrs ago..

we rented scooters and took the highway around the island. its beautiful.

Stopped at a bar, and a policia was drinking in uniform. i asked him if its ok to have some beers and drive. he said ” ya gringo. THIS IS MEXICO!” hahaha

decent weed at markets too..

join our skype convo lucid

Hopefully I don’t see you getting your head cut off on the internet.

its more of a tourist town.

Most of the drug violence is closer to the boarder

Hell yeah, you’re gonna love it. I actually did the same thing last year, moved down to Baja and spent six months drinking tequila and playing music in the streets. Just a couple pieces of advice:

Mexicans are awesome people for the most part, but even they’ll be the first to tell you never to straight up trust them. To the average local you’re just another stupid American with more money than you know what to do with and they’ll gladly take it off your hands. That being said, there are always exceptions and sometimes people do restore your faith in humanity.

Learn as much Spanish as you possibly can even though most people down there will speak English and you think you can get by without. The benefits of being able to communicate in their own language are immeasurable.

Never buy weed on the beach or any other obvious tourist area. Those dealers are predators and take pride in the shitty deals and shitty product they can get you to waste ridiculous amounts of money on. Make friends, go through a local.

Be careful of Tonayan. It’s the cheapest booze there is and the patron drink of all homeless people and street urchins across the country. People will tell you that you can go blind from drinking too much, but I just got alcohol poisoning.

The police really are just as notoriously corrupt as you’ve heard. You’ll get certain leeway that locals won’t since they want to keep the tourist money flowing in, but when it comes down to it if a cop wants to fuck with you there’s really not shit you can do nor any ‘rights’ you can try and claim. Nine times out of ten they’ll just shake you down for whatever cash you have on you rather than take you to jail, but if they do take you in your bail amount is whatever completely arbitrary number that they think they can get out of you/your family. Like most everything else in the country this is open for barter and you can talk the number down. Shouldn’t really have to worry about any of this anyway unless you spend a good amount of time walking around at night.

If you have any questions I’ll be glad to share what else I can.

p.s.
mail me some Delicado cigarros pleeeez?

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mellowfellow said:
Hell yeah, you’re gonna love it. I actually did the same thing last year, moved down to Baja and spent six months drinking tequila and playing music in the streets. Just a couple pieces of advice:

Mexicans are awesome people for the most part, but even they’ll be the first to tell you never to straight up trust them. To the average local you’re just another stupid American with more money than you know what to do with and they’ll gladly take it off your hands. That being said, there are always exceptions and sometimes people do restore your faith in humanity.

Learn as much Spanish as you possibly can even though most people down there will speak English and you think you can get by without. The benefits of being able to communicate in their own language are immeasurable.

Never buy weed on the beach or any other obvious tourist area. Those dealers are predators and take pride in the shitty deals and shitty product they can get you to waste ridiculous amounts of money on. Make friends, go through a local.

Be careful of Tonayan. It’s the cheapest booze there is and the patron drink of all homeless people and street urchins across the country. People will tell you that you can go blind from drinking too much, but I just got alcohol poisoning.

The police really are just as notoriously corrupt as you’ve heard. You’ll get certain leeway that locals won’t since they want to keep the tourist money flowing in, but when it comes down to it if a cop wants to fuck with you there’s really not shit you can do nor any ‘rights’ you can try and claim. Nine times out of ten they’ll just shake you down for whatever cash you have on you rather than take you to jail, but if they do take you in your bail amount is whatever completely arbitrary number that they think they can get out of you/your family. Like most everything else in the country this is open for barter and you can talk the number down. Shouldn’t really have to worry about any of this anyway unless you spend a good amount of time walking around at night.

If you have any questions I’ll be glad to share what else I can.

p.s.
mail me some Delicado cigarros pleeeez?

Thanks for the post man, all the positive advice makes me feel like this is really what I need. I feel strangely drawn to this place, and I’m not sure if its just excitement or something more profound.

well in the matter of 3 days I just happen to have decided to leave everything I know to go live in Mexico for 6 months to a year. I need to get away, and an adventure sounds amazing. What are your ]]>