Amanda Beverly of Newfoundland, Canada, looks over souvenirs with Tijuana tour guide Derrik Chinn in Tijuana, Mexico. Tourists are being lured back by the exploding fame of local chefs, the expansion of boutique hotels and a burgeoning art scene creating a buzz in travel magazines, like Conde Nast Traveler.
Amanda Beverly of Newfoundland, Canada, looks over souvenirs with Tijuana tour guide Derrik Chinn in Tijuana, Mexico. Tourists are being lured back by the exploding fame of local chefs, the expansion of boutique hotels and a burgeoning art scene creating a buzz in travel magazines, like Conde Nast Traveler. Gregory Bull Associated Press file
Amanda Beverly of Newfoundland, Canada, looks over souvenirs with Tijuana tour guide Derrik Chinn in Tijuana, Mexico. Tourists are being lured back by the exploding fame of local chefs, the expansion of boutique hotels and a burgeoning art scene creating a buzz in travel magazines, like Conde Nast Traveler. Gregory Bull Associated Press file

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