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National Geographic Traveler Mexico, 3rd Edition


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National Geographic Traveler Mexico, 3rd Edition by Jane Onstott
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Whether you're planning to watch the thrilling cliff divers of Acapulco, stroll on cobblestone streets amid the silversmith shops of Taxco, or laze on a Yucatan beach after a day visiting ancient Mayan pyramids, "National Geographic Traveler: Mexico" has everything you need to make your trip a memorable one. You'll find 3D illustrations, including one of Copper Canyon, and museum floor plans - the Museo de Antropologia in Mexico City, for example. Guided driving tours take you down Baja's coastline and along the road to Mitla, while a stroll around historic Oaxaca is among the featured walking tours. An extensive section on the country's history and culture leads the guide, while wonderfully detailed cultural sidebars - Mazatlan's unique Carnival, cave painting, and Tapatio traditions, for instance - delve deeper into Mexico's allure. And no visitor, equipped with this guide's 20 indispensable regional and neighbourhood maps, should get lost. The book is chock-full of the "Traveler" series' attractive new features, such as Insider Tips from National Geographic and local experts on favourite or little known sites and events, as well as dozens of sidebars highlighting experiences that allow the visitor to truly get inside the local culture - such as discovering the Temazcal steam ritual, a pre-Hispanic tradition similar to a sweat lodge; learning to dance Latin rhythms; and, horse-trekking deep into Copper Canyon for first-hand contact with the indigenous Tarahuara people.

Author Biography

Jane Onstott earned a bachelor of arts degree in Spanish language and literature from San Diego State University, with a year's study at Spain's Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Since that time she has lived and traveled extensively in Mexico and throughout Latin America. Onstott has worked as the director of communications and information for the Charles Darwin Research Station in the Channel Islands and as a Spanish-language interpreter and translator in Mexico and the United States. Since 1986 she has contributed to such magazines as Brides and Latin Trade, as well as to travel guides covering Mexico, Ecuador, and the United States.
Release date Australia
February 15th, 2010
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations, maps
National Geographic Society
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