Sí Señor, Will That Be Testicles Or Head? – Oaxaca, Mexico, North America

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Alvin Starkman thinks travelers to Oaxaca should not miss the opportunity to eat barbecued goat. Get invited to a fiesta, and witness the pomp and ceremony of its preparation in an in-ground oven.

A Griswald-Type Vacation in Puerto Vallarta – Mexico

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Suzanne Poulin offers some good advice on one aspect of Puerto Vallarta.

Guadalupe Island: White Death and a Jaws Legend – Mexico

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C.J. Bahnsen was among the 16 shark divers and 10 crew members who stood bunched and excited on the afterdeck upon hearing the news that Peter Benchley was in the area.

Mexican Venice: Xochimilco – Mexico City, Mexico, North America

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Christine Wuthrich found a bit of Venice and a strange sight in Xochimilco, Mexico City.

Cancun, Mexico: More Than a Springbreak Destination – Cancun, Mexico, North America

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Susan Cava chose Cancun as her vacation destination. She and her friend found it offerd much more than the "spring break" label associated with it.

Top to Bottom on a Steel Steed – Baja California, Mexico

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In an intrepid two-up motorcycle trip down the full length of Baja California in Mexico, Yan Chun Su experienced far more than just relaxing beaches and spicy fish tacos.

 

Cruising through San Cristobal de las Casas (Guasas) – San Cristobal de las Casas, Mexico, North America

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With only twenty-four hours in San Cristobal de las Casas, Barry discovers, first hand, what the locals call the city.

Best of the Mayan Riviera – Tulum, Mexico, North America

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Rob Weedn found the perfect place for romance, relaxation and privacy.

Smuggled Across the Border – El Peten, Guatemala

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Even though every guidebook clearly pointed out that getting to Mexico from northern Guatemala was more than likely not possible, Justin Dupee and friend found out there was a bus that provided transp

Spirits, Saints and the Art of Sacrifice – San Juan Chamula, Mexico

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Richard Arghiris realises the immense cunning of the Maya and their intelligent adaptation to ensure a vivid cultural survival.