Mexico City

Although having no inflight entertainment in the Interjet plane from Dallas to Mexico city, it didn’t bother us much as the flight time was only about 2 hours 20minutes. At the immigration, there’re many counters in operation, and we didn’t have to queue for long. However, with my Malaysian passport having no separation between surname & given name, there’s some confusion, and I have to go with him to sign some amendment paper. If I not mistaken when I first arrived in Mexico while on a connecting flight to Colombia, the officer had registered my surname wrongly in the system, and now they amended it with the form that I signed. Continue reading “Mexico City”