[Ebook] The Peoples Guide to Mexico By Carl Franz – Thomashillier.co.uk

The Peoples Guide to Mexico Now In Its Updated 13th Edition, The People S Guide To Mexico Still Offers The Ideal Combination Of Basic Travel Information, Entertaining Stories, And Friendly Guidance About Everything From Driving In Mexico City To Hanging A Hammock To Bartering At The Local Mercado.Features Include Advice On Planning Your Trip, Where To Go, And How To Get Around Once You Re There Practical Tips To Help You Stay Healthy And Safe, Deal With Red Tape, Change Money, Send Email, Letters And Packages, Use The Telephone, Do Laundry, Order Food, Speak Like A Local, And Well Informed Insight Into Mexican Culture, And Hints For Enjoying Traditional Fiestas And Celebrations The Most Complete Information Available On Mexican Internet Resources, Book And Map Reviews, And Other Info Sources For Travelers


10 thoughts on “The Peoples Guide to Mexico

  1. says:

    The was really a fun read, a book I can t put down, and one who tells it like it is.


  2. says:

    What a wonderful read My roomate and I were musing over the possibility of travelling through Mexico for the winter It may have been nothingthan a day 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 What a wonderful read My roomate and I were musing over the possibility of travelling through Mexico for the winter It may have been nothingthan a day 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 ...


  3. says:

    An interesting view of nontraditional travel in Mexico You will end up thinking Should I go I should go


  4. says:

    I can be a very nervous traveler This book is not a travel guide for Mexico in the usual sense it doesn t describe destinations or list hotels and restaurants It gives practical advice on how to deal with crossing the border what documents you ll need, etc and how to get along while in Mexico As I 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 my mind at ease I can be a very nervous traveler This book is not a travel gu...


  5. says:

    I read the first edition decades ago and quickly realised this is no ordinary guidebook you live Mexico, breathe Mexico, speak Mexico and deliciously you eat Mexico thanks to helpful recipes, techniques and language and safety tips.Thrill to the adventures of Lorena, Steve and Carl as they discover how far their dollar will go, how they negotiate their way past social landmines, how they cook, eat, sleep and make friends south of the border Most of all, see how freeing it can be to lear I read the first edi...


  6. says:

    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 seendetail about how to explore this country and what you need to know along the way and very, very few hotel recommendations It i...


  7. says:

    Part Steal This Book , part Lonely Planet guidebook, The People s Guide to Mexico is a gas Notwithstanding the 2006 edition 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 g...


  8. says:

    This is the best travel book I have ever read Truly delightful 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 grand...


  9. says:

    Still the best travel guide ever written for those who want to see the real Mexico You won t find any five star Mayan Riviera hotel recommendations in here, but lots of practical, wise, essential advice and survival skills for traveli...


  10. says:

    So, he totally over romanticizes Mexico and Mexicans, reducing them to quaint 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 ...