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Two More Mexico Destination Guides on Kindle: Mexico City & Coastal Yucatán

August 13, 2014

We are happy to announce that we’ve recently released two more eBooks on Amazon Kindle—the Mexico City Food & Travel Guide and the Coastal Yucatán Food & Travel Guide—bringing our grand total of books up to 10! Like all of the others, these are easily downloadable not only to a Kindle device but to your smartphone or tablet using the (free) Kindle app.

Mexico City Food & Travel Guide, available on Amazon Kindle

The Mexico City guide is a must when navigating the often-intimidating capital—for just $1.99, it directs you to 32 iconic local foods and drinks (complete with map links to specific vendors, photos, and contextual background), from pulque and tacos de canasta to the hyper-regional soup caldo Tlalpeño, and give you the confidence to roam the city’s various neighborhoods and markets in the name of great food. Check it out on Amazon now!


Coastal Yucatan Mexico Food & Travel Guide, available on Amazon Kindle

The problem of finding good eats along the Yucatán Peninsula’s coast, in eastern Mexico, is another animal altogether: (a) You have to get off the beach, and (b) you have to avoid the mediocre tourist-aimed food. Encompassing Cancún, Isla Mujeres, Playa del Carmen, and Tulum, our Coastal Yucatán Food & Travel Guide ($3.99), a continuation of the great local eats featured on the website, has done the work for you—you are on vacation, after all—guiding you to 17 essential Yucatecan dishes and drinks that will challenge your notion of what “Mexican food” is, in the best possible way. Visit Amazon to learn more!

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