It would be impossible to describe Mexico as an unknown destination. Here, after all, is the 13th biggest country on the planet,
a colossal nation of about 120 million people – the sturdy land-bridge that connects the hamburgers, highways and holiday certainties of the United States with the less-acknowledged Central American mysteries of Guatemala and Belize.
And yet, for all its enormity, the suspicion lingers that the general appreciation of Mexico goes barely further than its beaches and sporadically spicy contribution to global cuisine.
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