Not for Mexico.
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I do speak spanish (castellano) well enough to get by. I learned it when I went to Argentina on vacation and ended up staying 6 years. I always talk about taking Spanish lessons, but haven't yet.
There was none; they should call this little America; the clubs, restaurant, everything is very upscale and trendy.
Not yet. The people have been very nice and friendly, though I haven't really attempted to do too much outside the normal things a traveler would; I'm sharing an apartment with a friend, and everything here is set up in his name, so I haven't had to deal with any of that setup stuff.
I've been pretty relaxed really. The only draw back is the danger of Monterrey right now, so I have not been able to explore there yet.
Too early to say; haven't been challenged yet.
Not per se. But its a very conservative place, and I'm an old bohemian writer from NYC, so I sort of stand out wherever i go.