Traveling while wearing Cartier

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  1. Hi everyone. I'll be traveling from the US to Mexico without my husband and am wondering if it is safe to wear my Cartier jewelry or if I should leave it at home? I have a cartier small love bracelet, a cartier love ring, and I wear my tiffany key necklace with diamonds and my diamond wedding ring every day. I never take them off even to shower. But should I consider leaving it all at home? I'm going to a small village south of Cancun. I'm not staying in a resort and am staying in a condo.

    Thoughts? Advice?
     
  2. I'm all for "WEAR WHATEVER" but you also have to exercise discretion. You're not travelling with your husband and you're not in a resort. Leave the bling at home.
     
  3. CUN isnt that dangerous unlike the news makes it seem. BUT being that you will be alone I personally wouldnt want to risk it,
     
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  4. You may have to remove your LOVE bracelet to get thru airport security. You can ask the TSA to "wand" you if it's a pain to remove. I've always had trouble with metal/gold bracelets. Cancun is usually safe but I've only stayed in an all-inclusive resort...don't know about a condo.
     
  5. I’m inclined to agree with @Miraku .. On an unrelated note, there is a restaurant in a village outside Cancun that our tour guide at Chichen itza recommended which serves grilled mozzarella and watermelon (he specifically recommended that). I can’t remember the name of the restaurant but if you can find it and have time I guarantee it is AMAZING though it sounds like a weird combination. It’s been 5 years and I still think about that dish sometimes :lol:
     
  6. #7 Feb 14, 2019
    Last edited: Feb 14, 2019
     
  7. I would for sure leave your precious jewelry at home while traveling and swap it out for some costume jewelry ,whether or not you are traveling with your Spouse or not , insured or not ,I know I would be extremely devastated if my precious jewelry were to get lost ,damaged or stolen ,always better to be safe than sorry !
     
  8. #9 Feb 14, 2019
    Last edited: Feb 14, 2019
     
  9. I am from Mexico, from Acapulco specifically, which is sadly not the safest place, so I don’t take any of my jewelry when I go back home. Do what feels right for you, but I would strongly recommend leaving your bling bling at home for peace of mind and safety. Have a great trip!
     
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