There are better guides to Mexico, and this contributes little that has not been done better by someone else. In spite of...

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PANAMEXICO

There are better guides to Mexico, and this contributes little that has not been done better by someone else. In spite of which, it is fairly interesting reading. Equipped with a trailer, they end in going by boat, with stop off at Panama and a rhapsody on its cleanliness, its set up, etc. etc. Then on to Matzatland, where still the trailer proved a mistake. Actually it was shipped by boat and freight, until the homeward trip over the still incompleted new road. Tells of finding an apartment, of life in Mexico City, of mountain climbing, of trips to Taxco and Cuernavaca. Reminiscences, personal, anecdotal, painlessly informative.

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Publisher: McBride

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1937