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Lake Chapala through the ages  ...NEW!
Tony Burton

Tony Burton has filled a gaping crevice with this book. Until now, it's been nearly impossible to find any documented written history about Lake Chapala's earliest days. Tony has gathered extracts from travelers to this area between 1600 and 1910, and then added tidbits of explanation from his wealth of knowledge.

Mexico's Lake Chapala & Ajijic: The Insider's Guide   (Revised Edition)
Teresa Kendrick

This attractive, remarkably comprehensive guidebook sets a new standard for regional books on Mexico.  Both visitors and long-time residents will find it indispensable.  Buy two.  You'll want one for your car and one next to your home phone.  Though geared toward Lakeside visitors, this book is a boon for residents as well. Locals refer to it as simply as the Lakeside "Bible."

Western Mexico: A Traveler's Treasury
Tony Burton

From San Blas on the Pacific coast to the celebrated Monarch butterfly refuge in the high Sierra of Michoacan, this guidebook describes all the natural wonders of Western Mexico. The author takes you to all of his favorite places along the less traveled roads of the region, revealing their history, ecology and archaeology, as well as their arts, crafts and folklore.

Head for Mexico: The Renegade Guide
Don Adams

You won't find this much useful and entertaining information in any other single source.  Don Adams adds an enjoyable spin to his well-researched, hard information about coming to Mexico.  Through personal stories, guest writers and authoritative web links, this book has the real scoop - even on topics like dating, the day to day routine and managing money, immigration, and driving.

Midlife Mavericks: Women Reinventing Their Lives in Mexico
Karen Blue

Cozy up in a comfortable chair and share a margarita with successful women who have found an alternative to high-stress careers, with empty nesters seeking adventure and with retirees living in comfort on just their Social Security income. You'll laugh and cry with each of these gutsy gringas as they learn more about themselves while adjusting to the pinnacles and pitfalls of living in an emerging society.



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