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Author: Sandra Bao,Danny Palmerlee
ISBN: 1740592735
Subcategory: Mexico
Pages 360 pages
Publisher Lonely Planet (January 1, 2003)
Language English
Category: Travel
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 761
ePUB size: 1787 kb
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by Sandra Bao,Danny Palmerlee


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Lonely Planet: Mexico's Pacific Coast. Palmerlee, Danny; Bao, Sandra. From chilling on a Costa Chica beach to climbing a volcano near Colima, this guide covers the incredible variety of Mexico's Pacific coast. beaches! beaches! beaches! best spots to surf, scuba dive, fish, kayak and hike.

Discover Old Mazatlan's historic Plaza Machado, barter in Oaxaca's handicraft markets, thrill to Acapulco's cliff divers. From chilling on a Costa Chica beach to climbing a volcano near Colima, this guide covers the incredible variety of Mexico's Pacific coast. beaches! beaches! beaches! best spots to surf, scuba dive, fish, kayak and hike tips for finding whales, turtles, dolphins and tropical birds indispensable Spanish language guide 43 detailed maps

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Not only was this guide not helpful, it was agonizing to use. The index is incomplete, the maps are scattered and inapplicable, nothing is cross-referenced, and the descriptions are more often than not completely irrelevant. I've just returned from my trip to Mexico's Pacific Coast, and found that relying on the book for information was counter-productive, as many facts were missing or wrong. It was more productive to ask anyone than to open the book. Do not spend your money or time on this guide.
Malhala
The problem with this guide is that it was written by two people: Danny Palmerlee's advice was spot-on, but Sandra Bao's section was awful. Incorrect maps, serious errors and bad hotel advice. It's as though she were never there. She clearly relied on hearsay without checking things out first hand. Avoid this guide and get a more general Mexico book written by more authors.
Landamath
I am an avid LP fan and have used their books in several other countries, but found this one to be incredibly unhelpful. We ended up stranded on a military base, sleeping in our car for a night, and the guidebook had the wrong number for the hotel we were trying to reach. Furthermore, the book seems to breeze over some of the nicer off-the-beaten-path spots, like Mazunte and Zipolite.
Dead Samurai
Full of great information (including all the GOOD stuff...maps, vaccinations, requisite travel paperwork, great restaurants and places to stay...) written with a great deal of passion and facts, and because it's a Lonely Planet publication, I trust it is accurate. Great bus reading! Will definately take a copy with me to mark up, just too valuable to leave at home. Highly recommended. Asta luego! :0)