The People's Guide to Mexico

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Avalon Travel Publishing, 2006 - Travel - 597 pages
41 Reviews
A classic guide to Mexico provides information for both living in and visiting the region, in an anecdotal reference that features a wide assortment of tips ranging from basic travel advice and driving in Mexico City to bartering at the local mercado and hanging a hammock. Original.

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User Review  - Christy Hall-scheufele - Goodreads

We have used both his Mexico books as a reference for our trips to Mexico. The first trip was in 1988/1989 to Los cabos in Baja. We used the recipes, the side trips and his knowledge of the culture ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jen Sparks - Goodreads

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 other guidebook that I have seen -- more detail about how to explore this ... Read full review

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Steve Rogers is president of the Adrian Rogers Pastor Training Institute.

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