Carl Franz: The People's Guide to Mexico



My mind at ease and makes me feel confident about handling myself in any situation If you re at all unsure of yourself traveling to Mexico I highly recommend this book Mexico is a really beautiful fun country to visit An interesting view of nontraditional travel in Mexico You will end up thinking Should I go I should go What a wonderful read My roomate and I were musing over the possibility of travelling through Mexico for the winter It may have been nothing than a ay Charade of Hearts dream if this book hadn t landed in our hands This ecclectic compilation of travel stories inspired us to take our life in our own hands and venture south of the border Once we shared plans with our family and friends we were soon bombarded with precautions everyone seemed to think that Mexico was a land of lawlessness and terror This book served as a reminder that people are good and that there s plenty to be seen on the lesser travelled roads In addition to its charming tales this book offers valuable advice to the novice traveller Aelightful laugh out loud read I recommend it to all The was really a fun read a book I can t put The Yuletide Rescue (Alaskan Search and Rescue down and one who tells it like it is Very usefu. Rs and packages use the telephoneo laundry order food speak like a local and Well informed insight into Mexican culture and hints for enjoying traditional fiestas and celebrationsThe most complete information available on Mexican Internet resources book and map reviews and other info sources for traveler.

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This is the best travel book I have ever read Truly elightful It is about travel philosophy and really has little to say about the traditional travel book staples like sights to see or restaurants to visit I like to think of the authors as my imaginary hippy grandparents who returned from their long rambling Mexican travels to teach me on how to live life well So he totally over romanticizes Mexico and Mexicans reducing them to uaint little brown people frolicking about an enchanted land of wonder White privilege aside though there really is some great advice and funny stuff in here It s a travel book that you can read like a series of magazine features A sort for how to guide for US hippies taking road trips into Mexico full of the author s anecdotes Not a replacement to Lonely Planet Let s Go Rough Guide type books which list specific places but an essential supplement As entertaining as it is useful read it even if you re not planning a trip and curious what it might be like to be a foreigner wandering around Mexico This is a truly excellent book It s written by folks who have been traveling in Mexico for over 40 years It is unlike any othe. Over the past 35 years hundreds of thousands of readers have agreed This is the classic guide to living traveling and taking things as they come in Mexico Now in its updated 14th edition The People's Guide to Mexico still offers the ideal combination of basic travel information entertaining stories and fri.

R guidebook that I have seen etail about how to explore this country and what you need to know along the way and very very few hotel recommendations It is a potent combination that puts this book head and shoulders above the comp Part Steal This Book part Lonely Planet guidebook The People s Guide to Mexico is a gas Notwithstanding the 2006 edition Die Konigreiche Israel Und Juda Im 9. Jahrhundert V. Chr. date the book reads like it s straight out of 1974 Frommer s or Fodor s it s not But it ain t supposed to be It is a great look at everyday Mexican culture and custom covering everything from la mordida to renting a burned out shack on the beach The authors anecdotes wild travel tales illustrations and no BS advice and commentary are right on I can be a very nervous traveler This book is not a travel guide for Mexico in the usual sense itoesn t Schaums Outline of Microbiology, Second Edition describeestinations or list hotels and restaurants It gives practical advice on how to After the Rubicon deal with crossing the border whatocuments you ll need etc and how to get along while in Mexico As I A Prescription for Murder drive to and within Mexico I m always worried about border crossings military checkpoints car accidents or encounters with the policia or federales This book ALWAYS puts. Endly guidance about everything fromriving in Mexico City to hanging a hammock to bartering at the local mercadoFeatures includeAdvice on planning your trip where to go and how to get around once you're therePractical tips to help you stay healthy and safe eal with red tape change money send email lette.