Book: A Gringo's Tour of Mexico - The Practical Traveler's Guide by Grant M. Handgiscategories: Book, Travel, Adventures, Life in Mexico, Mexican, Traveler's Guide, Mexico
Grant M. Handgisabout this book: When traveling the world, the practiced traveler is able to move seamlessly through the different environments presented, many times with ease, because they have no preconceived notions about the places they visit. Having a basic understanding of a country's cultural proclivities and practices allows any traveler a road map from which to navigate unknowns without trepidation or fear of calamity.
"A Travelers Tour of Mexico" is not meant as traditional Travel Guide, focusing on available accommodations and cultural sites. It is a traveler's guide book of insights to Mexican expectations and practices, legal system and travel document laws; U.S & Mexican, methods of travel and many more useful insights and facts that are invaluable for extended travel in Mexico.
Travel in Mexico continues to be a good deal for Americans and Canadians. Although the changes in the past years have added travel concerns to the calculus of life in Mexico, it should not be a deterrent for exploration of that wonderful country. The best advice for such a task is Axiom #1; Predictability is not a strategy. Read this book.
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