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Mexico Travel Sites
Mexico Travel Sites
- Si-Mexico Hotel and Resort Travel
Online Hotel and Resort Travel Guide, offering a comprehensive listing in most tourist destinations. Also features a listing for vacation rentals, tips, tools and books for travelers.
- Mexperience – Your Complete Mexico Travel Center
With the most complete information resource about Mexico anywhere on the Internet, Mexperience is your ideal Mexico travel consultant online. Mexperience.com gives you practical information and knowledge that you can use to learn about Mexico, choose where to go, what to do – and then arrange it all!
- Cancun MX
All About Cancun – Travel Information on Cancun, Mexico. They offer first hand information to vacationers from vacationers to Cancun Mexico. Come here for beach pics, hotel ratings, visitors surveys and much more. Find out more about this Mexican Paradise here.
- Mexico Online
General information including tourism offices, and driving regulations in Mexico.
Travel Guide and Directory for a variety of worldwide travel destinations.
Access Mexico Connect (known as MexConnect) is a monthly, electronic magazine devoted to providing quality information about and promoting Mexico to the world. The magazine is supported by a searchable and cross-indexed database of over 12,000 articles and 2,700 photographs.
- Loco Gringo
The web’s "Top Choice" for the Mayan Riviera—Wall Street Journal
- Oaxaca Travel
ward-winning travel Guide for the State and City of Oaxaca: 1000+ photographs and 400+ pages of text describing all Natural and Cultural Attractions of Oaxaca, including Huatulco, Puerto Escondido, the Guelaguetza, Mitla, Monte Albán, and many more. Also contains travel tips for Oaxaca, local events and activities, up-to-date weather forecast, and maps of the area. etc.
- About Cabo
All about Cabo San Lucas, San Jose del Cabo & the Corridor. A-Z from Airlines to surfing.
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My name is Laura Read. I had a hysterectomy in Hermosillo, Mexico in August of 2011 with Dr. Jose Gonzalez. So my doctor, my OB here in the states let me know that I needed a hysterectomy. Unfortunately I don’t have insurance and to have that surgery here in the states, just to walk into the hospital I needed $20,000, which I did not have.
I did a lot of research, and my brother had had surgery in Mexico a couple years prior.» read more