I just found a very nice autographed copy of Ray Cannon’s book on the Sea of Cortez — $1.00 at the Salvation Army thrift shop!
Does the train through Copper Canyon have auto transport cars so you can drive there and take the train one way and have your car at the end? I know that there are RV tours where they can “piggyback” RV’s but don’t know if it is possible to do with cars. Thanks for your help. Jeanne Doerr, CTA, ACC Travel Sales Agent AAA Travel 827 Gordon Drive Sioux City, IA 51101 Carl replies: I assume you are hoping for a […]
El Universal Online Discover the recently renovated Mazatlan BY JONATHAN CLARK/The Herald Mexico June 26, 2005 As I sit sipping my morning coffee, I glance around the leafy plaza at the pastel-colored buildings, the freshly painted wrought-iron gazebo, and the umbrella-shaded sidewalk cafÃ© tables. If not for the abundant palm trees and seagulls flying overhead, I might be easily convinced that I’m in one of Mexico’s highland colonial cities like Guanajuato, Queretaro or Zacatecas.
The boundaries of the ancient Maya civilization are expanding with one discovery after another. Here’s the latest from the New York Times (registration required — and well worth doing). Maya Tomb Tells Tale of Two Women, Elite but Doomed – New York Times: By JOHN NOBLE WILFORD Published: June 14, 2005 In their more scholarly moments, archaeologists may speak earnestly of settlement patterns and cultural transitions, the analytical thrusts of their research. But down deep, they live for the thrill […]
link to our home site: The People’s Guide to Mexico :: News and Updates from Carl & Lorena: …if you’ve been wondering what we’re up to, or why we haven’t replied to your frantic emails, it’s because we’re just too busy. We try our best but as the website becomes more popular, we continue to fall behind. If you’re inquiring about guided hikes in Mexico’s Copper Canyon, please write directly to Amy at Adventure Specialists for further information. Amy’s email […]
The usual craziness at the Baja 500 road race: Baja or Bust (or Both) – New York Times