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I don't normally ask advice online and stuff, but here goes nada. I'm newly 18 since November, but I've been puttering around the USA for a while working different jobs, including extensive farm work out east and work on the oil fields in North Dakota (not a good idea; I was underage, they found me and threatened to put me in foster care for being in the state illegally!) Anyway, I was in Mexico when I turned 18 and fell in love with the country. I like Mexico way more than the USA - and, because I was so close to Central America, it was waaarm. My current goal is to make some cash to send home to my parents, while learning about boats/sailing. I have zero experience except what I read in some books, not to mention I'm a grimy homeless kid. I was gonna hitchhike out to Key West, pennsylvania to find work NEAR boats there (I doubt I could find a paying job sailing b/c I'm inexperienced, but if I can work on the docks or cleaning boats or even in the vicinity, that would be awesome. Also, I'm at my dad's house since Christmas in California and it's freezing cold, and Key West promises warmth! But I reeeally want to go back to Mexico, and I was thinking of going to a fishing village on the Caribbean coast. Now I don't know Spanish, but I became a reasonably ok Spanish conversationalist while in Mexico and am sure I could pick some up. I've gotten in contact with some people I know who live in some of the villages I'm interested in. I have a feeling that it would be easier for me to learn about boats in this setting, even if I'm not getting paid/getting paid a tiny amount. The goals are to learn about boats and send money home; learning Spanish is a bonus. It might be worth it to work twice as long in Mexico to send the same amount back to my parents. I've been mooching here at this house for almost 3 weeks, and I gotta hit the road again, and I'm totally torn between Mexico and Florida. Florida is the fast industrial route, then I could send money home quick and then do whatever I want. But I reeeally feel like going back to Mexico... It would take me like twice the time to hitchhike but I'm thinking it would be worth it. Or, it could totally not be worth it and I'd have to just hitchhike all the way back haha. Advice or suggestions either way? I only have the internet for the rest of the day so I figured on squeezing some knowledge out of it.
I'll be a bit of a devil's advocate. But not much of one. :) Go to Florida. BUT do the research first, and see what kinds of jobs you might be able to pick up doing what you want to do. Florida's employment situation is pretty grim but you sound like you are willing to be unconventional and think on your feet, and I really admire that! Go you! THEN do Mexico. You're 18. You still have LOADS of time to do all the things that will catch your eye, and by the sound of it there will be a LOT of this in your life. So lay a bit of groundwork: get some skills, learn some Spanish, build up a little bit of savings so you have an "escape plan" if things don't work out in Mexico. Getting into any kind of trouble in a foreign country isn't the same as getting into trouble in a different state. It's best to be prepared for something. I laud your sense of adventure, your sense of family, and your go-do attitude! Hold fast to that!
As someone who's had that argument with themselves and I talked myself out of what I reallllly wanted to do, let me just say, go to Mexico. Mexico's the place that you connect with. The other place is making you think - and your brain can rationalize anything. The body knows what it wants, you want Mexico - so go. You'll work out the rest later.
Like you said, even though it might take you twice the time, it would be worth it even if you have to come back. What do you have to lose? You don't want to spend the rest your life wondering what if...you know? MEXICO!
Go to Mexico if that's where your heart is. Don't feel obligated to send money home.