Livin’ La Vita Local in Mexico – Cancun

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When travelling, Dean Bartosh never passes up a chance to mingle with the locals. No amount of sandy beaches and pina coladas can surpass the great memories of "la vita local".

The Road to Panama – Central America

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Driving to the end of the Pan American Highway requires patience, and can involve thousands of vicious speed bumps. Still, Carl Boyer experienced plenty of rewards.

Mexico City – Mexico

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Mexico City is North America’s largest, highest and oldest capital – and possibly the most cosmopolitan. Jojo Jones gives a short guide of the city and suggests checking it out.

Great White Sharks Face Off with a Monster – Isla Guadalupe, Mexico

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The water roiled as foot-high fins sliced the surface like a knife through cerulean silk. It was a perfect day for a dive – and for a shark sighting – for Jenna Robbins and her cage mates.

Guns of Latin America – Cuba, Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador

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A bizarre trip, from Havana to San Salvador, took Alex Welsh through four levels of Latin America's gun culture.

Guanajuato: Vacationing in the Land of Frogs – Mexico

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Author, Doug Bower, suggests Guanajuato, if you want something a little different in Mexico vacationing.

Eco-Tourist Destinations in Baja California – Mexico

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Barbara Soldi describes an off-the-beaten-track trip to Baja California, with highlights on nature, ecotourism, and some tips on enjoying "the real Mexico".

Casa Santiago: Rug Weavers of Teotitlán del Valle, Oaxaca – Mexico

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Alvin Starkman describes the rug weavers of Teotitlán del Valle, Oaxaca; their making of wool rugs by hand using pine looms and natural dyes since the 1500's – a tradition that continues today, a

Tulum: Beach Chic Doesn’t Come Cheap – Mexico

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Mexican vacations no longer go for Mexican prices. Gina M. Larson finds out that you have to shell out big bucks if you want to breathe easy on the beaches of Tulum.

Copper Canyon on a Budget – Mexico

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The Copper Canyon in northern Mexico is bigger, deeper and wider than the Grand Canyon. It was an  independent trip by bus and train for Marlin Price and his wife.