Over the past 35 years, hundreds of thousands of readers have agreed: This is the classic guide to qliving, traveling, and taking things as they comeq 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 friendly guidance about everything from driving in Mexico City to hanging a hammock to bartering at the local mercado. Features include: ac Advice on planning your trip, where to go, and how to get around once you're there ac 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 more ac Well-informed insight into Mexican culture, and hints for enjoying traditional fiestas and celebrations ac The most complete information available on Mexican Internet resources, book and map reviews, and other info sources for travelersTraveling with dogs does have its rewards, but I still dona#39;t believe that a trip to Mexico is necessarily to every doga#39;s benefit. Before ... or in a kennel may be very unhappy without its owners, and vice versa. ... Have a Mexican veterinario examine and inoculate the dog, and issue a certificate of health and shot record.
|Title||:||The People's Guide to Mexico|
|Author||:||Carl Franz, Lorena Havens, Steve Rogers, Felisa Churpa Rosa Rogers|
|Publisher||:||Avalon Travel - 2012-12-11|