Generally, if you’re going to be traveling to Mexico anytime soon, you’ll be warned about something you already know, like not drinking tap water. Or maybe they’ll add a bonus tip like, “And don’t put ice in your drinks!”
Others might advise you not to trip over the sinking sidewalks, which it turns out is something to keep in mind.
But something no one mentions — but which can be a legitimate pain during your travels in Mexico — concerns the currency you get there. Because if it’s torn, stuck together, or slightly mutilated, it can become a real problem.
As in, no one will take it.