Jan 26, 2010, 12:36 PM
Post #29 of 40
At every seaport, airport, and land crossing there is a "NO-MANS LAND". (an EXIT and an ENTRY)
The clue in Mexico is that the plane can land, the passengers can leave the plane to go though customs and then enter Mexico, or be refused entry and put back on the plane.
The same happens when you leave Mexico, the USA, and Canada, you have to get through no-mans land.
I have no problem with the no-mans land, I am willing to put one passport into my pocket and pull out the other, but when you are handing your tickets to the airline agent at the airport you are not in NO-MANS LAND yet.