Traveler's Tool Kit Mexico/Central America was named Best Guidebook for 2008 by planeta.com Rob Sangster and Tim Leffel are not typical travelers, nor is this a typical travel guide. Instead of rating Mexico's qbestq (read: most expensive) hotels, the authors shows how to locate comfortable, affordable lodging anywhere in the country. Traveler's Tool Kit does the same for everything from dining to entertainment to sightseeing in Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Belize, Panama, Honduras, Nicaragua, and El Salvador. Individual sections cover it all: drafting itineraries, calculating costs, eco-sensitive travel, unusual tours, managing money, staying healthy, woman-alone travel, and much more. Sangster and Leffel show how to connect with a network of travelers who've discovered the most enjoyable things to do and can provide guidance on how much to pay for them. The book also tells how to memorialize the adventure through photography and blogging, and even how to earn money from the trip after returning home. Sangster and Leffel are both authoritative and encouraging, drawing on years of experience to help travelers maximize the fun, savings, and security without compromising quality.If the police photograph your car committing a violation, they will bill the car-rental firm, which will add the sum to your credit-card bill. ... Roadblocks with Breathalyzer tests are not uncommon. ... So how do you avoid trashing the car during that time? t $POTJEFS SFOUJOH B DBS XJUI BO BVUPNBUJD USBOTNJTTJPO t ... Stress The monetary costs of car rental seem modest compared to the mental havoc some people experience when driving a car in less developed countries.
|Title||:||Traveler's Tool Kit: Mexico and Central America|
|Author||:||Rob Sangster, Tim Leffel|
|Publisher||:||Menasha Ridge Press - 2008-02-28|