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John Noble has felt Mexico's pull ever since reading the unlikely story of Cortés and the Aztecs as a teenager in his native England. An early backpacking trip took him from Ciudad Juarez to Ciudad Cuauhtémoc and he has since returned for numerous extended visits. Coordinating author of every edition of this guide since 1994, John has explored almost every part of Mexico. On many editions he was joined as an author by his late wife Susan Forsyth. John loves Mexico's art, archaeology, music, food, drinks, languages, traditions, beaches, landscapes, and most of all its charming people. He lives in Spain. An Australian by birth but a Latina (she believes) in a former life, Kate Armstrong visits Mexico regularly. She struck gold when asked to cover the silver cities for the third time for Lonely Planet. She cycled among cacti-strewn deserts, attended every festival possible (many - this is Mexico !), consumed kilos of gorditas (baked corn-dough cakes) - until she became a bit gordita (plump) herself - and talked and danced her way through the magic of Mexico. At other times, she is a freelance writer, based in Australia. Ray Bartlett first fell in love with Mexico in college, and now divides his time between a casita in Baia California Sur and a house on Cape Cod. He has written about Mexico for more than a decade, and his other Lonely Planet titles include Japan, Yucatan, New England Trips and Korea. When not traveling, he surfs, writes fiction, drinks way too much coffee and burns way too much midnight oil. Gregor Clark's love affair with Mexico began three decades ago, on a multiday bus ride from San Francisco to a summer volunteer project in Oaxaca, eating homemade tamales under a sky full of incomparably brilliant Sonoran Desert stars. His travels since then have focused on Mexico's Pacific coast. Favorite memories from this trip include butterfly-spotting in the Sierra Madre, releasing baby turtles into the Pacific and cooking chiles rellenos in Zihuatanejo. Gregor has authored more than 20 titles for Lonely Planet since 2000.Présentation de l'éditeur :
Spectacular landscapes, warm seas, startlingly colorful art and crafts, music everywhere, the endlessly varied flavors of its spicy cuisine...10,000km of coastline, 70 pre-Hispanic ruins, 100 food & crafts markets and 50 fairs & festivalsInspirational photosClear, easy-to-use mapsComprehensive planning toolsGuide to Mexico’s ancient ruinsIn-depth background Coverage Includes: Planning chapters, Mexico City, Around Mexico City, Veracruz, Yucatán Peninsula, Chiapas, Oaxaca, Central Pacific Coast, Western Central Highlands, Northern Central Highlands, Baja California, Copper Canyon, Northern Mexico, Understand & Survival Guide chapters
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Description du livre Lonely Planet, 2012. Paperback. État : New. book. N° de réf. du libraire 1742200168
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