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- Publication Date: June 17, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B072TKHMC5
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The Insider’s Guide to the Best of Mexico: 42 experts tell you where to sun, swim, eat, stay, and celebrate the real Mexico Kindle Edition
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Carmen used part of my review in her Forward which I read last, after finishing the book (just kidding). I abandoned the "Alice in Wonderland" process of starting at the beginning, going to the middle and then....
For the most part the contributors are published writers, Insiders writing about the Mexico they know from years of living there or frequent visits to Mexico. I have read books by many of the contributors to this book. They write about the cities. Mexico City, Guadalajara among the largest and the San Miguel de Allende of John Scherber. However they transport us to the smaller municipalities like Lake Chapala, or "A Magical Place Called Chacala" on the Riviera Nayarit.
There's a section on food and restaurants, some small and some large. Warning! Do not read the section on food on an empty stomach. If you're hungry then have some Tacos or Enchiladas and Guacamole nearby.
Each presentation in the book is like a snapshot in time. None of the articles are long enough to become boring. Before that happens you are into the next essay/article or the next section.
Should you be thinking of visiting or retiring to Mexico, this book is a must read. If you are not contemplating moving anywhere it's still a good read.
Ms Amato provides the reader with contact information on most of the authors listing their blogs or their publishers or businesses. Don't hesitate to contact them.
Thanks Carmen for all of the experiences you and your team have given me and the other readers.
All the mentions in book are right on.
When I went recently we stayed at the Inn at Todas Santo , people and places are accurate.
If you love the Baja read this.