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How To Get Cheap Airline Tickets To Mexico

If you are looking for a break and want to immerse yourself in ethnicity and family culture, then a trip to Mexico would take you to the past where customs and traditions are not forgotten. If you wish to see the land of bountiful beauty and taste exotic foods and savor spicy delicacies you need not look very far.

You only need to look beyond the borders and go a bit south to experience Mexican food and culture.

Olé! Mexico is probably best known for its spicy food, its...

If you are looking for a break and want to immerse yourself in ethnicity and family culture, then a trip to Mexico would take you to the past where customs and traditions are not forgotten. If you wish to see the land of bountiful beauty and taste exotic foods and savor spicy delicacies you need not look very far.

You only need to look beyond the borders and go a bit south to experience Mexican food and culture.

Olé! Mexico is probably best known for its spicy food, its beautiful culture, and its proximity to the United States. But even though Mexico is near, you would still want to find some cheap airline tickets to go there. Let me warn you though, finding cheap airline tickets to Mexico is not easy, especially if you intend to travel during peak seasons. After all, most people who intend to go there are also looking for cheap airline tickets to Mexico.

Everybody intends to save on money to be able to spend it on worthwhile things upon arrival in a place of destination. One has to bear in mind that buying cheap airline tickets could help you achieve these goals.

But with the current demand for cheap online tickets to Mexico, ticket prices, might not be so cheap especially during season. The cheap airline tickets to Mexico may only be available during “off” season where premium tickets are sold at really low rates.

Finding cheap airline tickets to Mexico would also require a lot of browsing though. It does require some digging and research I order to uncover the gold beyond the heaps of dust. You cannot rely on one website alone even though some websites offer you comparative checks of ticket prices. Different travel agencies fund some of these websites and if you rely on one website alone to find those cheap airline tickets to Mexico, chances are there is another website offering the same quality of tickets at a much lower price.

Of course, you cannot ask your fellow passengers how much they paid for their cheap airline tickets to Mexico, but if you did, you will find out how the prices range from one person to another. Some would actually have paid very low prices for their cheap airline tickets to Mexico, while some would have paid a fortune to get their seats.

Yet you are all sitting together in the same plane enjoying the same comfort. What one needs to do is to really explore different prospects of buying cheap airline tickets to Mexico. Maybe you will end up as the lucky guy who paid the least for the best seat. Just by being a little discerning and flexible in buying cheap airline tickets to Mexico, one enjoys a cheap airline ticket to Mexico.

If you already have a fixed date of travel in mind, erase that and change that specific date into a generalized timeframe in order to adjust to the joys of finding cheap airline tickets to Mexico. You need to keep in mind that travel is a business and prices fluctuate all the time. If you check out some websites that offer information on cheap airline tickets to Mexico, you will see that the prices change with the dates. So you need to adjust and find the date that actually offers you cheap airline tickets to Mexico you should be flexible and adjust your schedule to suit the least demand.

If you choose to pick the lowest priced ticket on a fixed date, you could end up regretting that decision. Chances are, they are offered the lowest priced ticket on a range of dates, and your original ticket price is moot and academic.

Just do a lot of research and make adjustments wherever necessary. Life, after all, is all about compromise.

 

How To Make Your Trip To Copper Canyon Mexico Easier

You’ve probably heard about the train trip through Copper Canyon in Mexico. The Chihuahua Pacifico, “El Chepe” for short, is the only passenger train in Mexico. It winds its way through the Copper Canyon system which is bigger than the Grand Canyon in the US. It is increasingly becoming a tourist magnet. On our train ride, there were tourists from the US, France, Italy, Germany, and Mexico.

You can fly to El Paso and then drive to the city of Chihuahua, spend the nig...

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You’ve probably heard about the train trip through Copper Canyon in Mexico. The Chihuahua Pacifico, “El Chepe” for short, is the only passenger train in Mexico. It winds its way through the Copper Canyon system which is bigger than the Grand Canyon in the US. It is increasingly becoming a tourist magnet. On our train ride, there were tourists from the US, France, Italy, Germany, and Mexico.

You can fly to El Paso and then drive to the city of Chihuahua, spend the night there and then board the train early in the morning, like 5:30 a.m. Don’t worry, you can get a hot breakfast on board. There’s a dining car and also a bar. The Copper Canyon train runs between Ojinaga (north) and Los Mochis, in the state of Sinaloa, near the Sea of Cortez, but passenger service begins in Chihuahua City.

Your Copper Canyon train trip will take you from sea level to more than 8,000 feet as the train cuts its way through the Sierra Madre Mountains. Reports vary (and we didn’t count) but there are over 75 tunnels, and over 30 bridges. The views are spectacular, covering all types of terrain – farmland, Indian dwellings, hills, canyons, rivers, springs, waterfalls – you’ll see it all. You can stand between cars for a better view, fresh air, and great photographs. This is truly a photographer’s dream trip, but great for hikers and outdoor enthusiasts as well.

The train always stops at the town of Divisadero so passengers can get out and see the view. As the name would suggest, Divisadero is at a dividing point between the Atlantic and Pacific watershed. You can see down three of the canyons: Cobre (copper), Urique, and Tarahumara. You’ll also want to do some souvenir shopping. The Tarahumara Indians sell their crafts and there are also food stands.

The Copper Canyon railroad was begun in the late 19th century but because of various problems, not completed until 1961. The entire trip takes around 15 hours. Worried about disorder? There’s a military guy with a machine gun on board, because I guess there used to be robberies. Well not any more!

Since this is not a sleeper train, you can stay in hotels along the way where you may find trail rides, hiking, a van trip down the canyon, ATMs, local music, sights (like balancing rock), missions, food and shopping.

Google “Copper Canyon” images and take a look at the photos. If this whets your appetite, here are some tips to make your trip easier:

1. Southwest Airlines flies to El Paso. That’s a no-brainer. We spent the night there, and then our guide drove us across the border to Chihuahua the next day.

2. Be sure you have a valid passport.

3. Use My Power Mall ( http://www.excideals.com ). For instance, when I clicked “Travel”, Southwest Airlines was right next to a place that provides quick passports, and you get a rebate on both. Then there were stores for buying the necessary Holiday, Vacation & Tour clothes, and then click over to a drugstore where you can get some Imodium.

4. Yeah, it’s a good idea to take something for turista, just in case. While you’re on My Power Mall you can also check for tours and accommodations. Wyndham is on there, Hyatt, Marriot. Heck, BritRail Tours is even on there – 1000s of “stores” to choose from, rebates on all of them.

4. You’ll also need some special clothes for your trip, available at discount from 1000s of merchants through My Power Mall as well. Specifically we recommend:

a. A hat or head covering, sunglasses, and good sunscreen. Think of it like skiing in Colorado. High altitude.

b. Comfortable casual clothes, jeans, shorts, t-shirts are fine. The temperature can vary. Bring layers. Of course there is air-conditioning on the train. In one hotel, we turned the heat on at night.

c. A backpack or something you can put over your shoulder to put all your things in like purse, passport and camera.

d. Film or batteries for the camera. Trust me – you’ll take hundreds of photos and never tire.

e. Shoes for horseback riding, hiking and the ATV.

f. Something for rain. There were sort of tropical showers in the afternoons and evenings when we were there.

g. Bathing suit. Some of the hotels have hot tubs and pools. Check before you go. You may also want to take a dip in some of the beautiful rivers.

5. Dress clothes optional. Our tour included two really nice restaurants. So if you like to dress up, go ahead. The one we ate at in the town of Chihuahua, it was Sunday afternoon and the families there were dressed. (It was also one of the single best meals I’ve ever had.)

6. Any special equipment for your laptop, cell phone etc. you can do some quick comparison shopping and get a good deal here: http://www.1audio-equipment.com . Everywhere we stayed had computer connection, but not always a computer. What was nice was the ones that did have computers and Internet let you get on the Internet without charge. They don’t do that on a cruise now, do they?

7. Check with your cell provider before you go about coverage. There were blackouts for us.

8. A guide. He can handle the luggage, the tickets, the lines, the local culture, the language and currency, getting through customs, and they know where the good places and the good water are. In the towns where we stopped, there was always a place to buy the things we needed or wanted, like bottled water. Hey! I needed a pony tail holder. They even had that! And at the local versions of Stop ‘n’ Go’s, we fell in love with Cremas.

9. Get insurance – if you’re driving in Mexico, and also check your health insurance to see if you’re covered in Mexico.

9. One last thing and you can get this on My Power Mall too -- Toilet paper. Yeah, you’ll see a lot of the locals getting on the train with a roll of TP. The restrooms were well-stocked (and clean), but it seems to be a tradition.

10. Lastly, enrich your experience by learning before you go. On http://www.learningtrove.com you can find videos about Mexico, and also introductory Spanish. If you’re taking kids with you, this will really add to their experience. Comprende? Actually one of the hidden bonuses about this trip is that your kids may see the Milky Way for the first time in their lives. There’s a great educational video about the Milky Way on http://www.learningtrove.com. – just go there and enter “Milky Way.” It may be the first time you have seen the Milky Way in many years, without realizing it. The stars at night are very visible. Great learning experience for the kids.

I’d heard a lot about the Copper Canyon train ride. It’s one of those trips that exceeded my expectations. It helps to be well-prepared, so I hope these tips help you. It's a Holiday, Vacation & Tour trip you don't want to miss!

 

How-To Conquer Central Mexico In Your Next Holiday, Vacation & Tour

I've noticed lately the tourists that make their way to central Mexico (Guanajuato) tend to be either the loosey-goosey backpackers or the tourist elite who tend to have a lot of experience in coming to strange and new places.

The backpackers (and there's nothing wrong with loosey-goosey, I would like to add) seem to be a highly adaptable group that can, more or less, stay almost anywhere, under most conditions, and more easily go with the flow, no matter what the flow thr...

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I've noticed lately the tourists that make their way to central Mexico (Guanajuato) tend to be either the loosey-goosey backpackers or the tourist elite who tend to have a lot of experience in coming to strange and new places.

The backpackers (and there's nothing wrong with loosey-goosey, I would like to add) seem to be a highly adaptable group that can, more or less, stay almost anywhere, under most conditions, and more easily go with the flow, no matter what the flow throws their way.

The tourist elite group has the money to stay in places that cater to every wish. This group can shell out the bucks to stay at places that cater to every whim and make the accommodations feel safe and secure. Because of this group's vast experience at traveling, these people are not rattled much when they encounter new and strange things within a culture.

What has become apparent to me is there is a missing class of tourists. It is the middle-class income group of Americans and Canadians who, although they've heard of central Mexico, have never visited. They might want to check central Mexico out as a cheaper alternative to the classic resort areas of Mexico, but are terrified to come to a place where Spanish is the predominate language and where they might have a bit of a rough go at managing their trip.

In March 2007, while tooling about the smaller towns looking for article fodder, we met an American woman sitting quietly on a bench reading. She told us she and her husband take the time and effort to come to central Mexico to escape the traditional Mexican resorts with their sky-high prices. She also told us of friends who Holiday, Vacation & Tour in the resort areas and would never think of coming to central Mexico because of the language factor.

Whenever I think of the language issue and tourists, I am reminded of the travel writer, Bill Bryson, and his book, Neither Here Nor There. This man went all over Europe despite being devoid of language skills. Yet, he did it and produced a very funny book because of it.

Spanish, though immensely helpful for the central Mexico wannebee monolingual American traveler, is not necessarily a major requirement. Now, admittedly, we've seen some tourist meltdowns in some foreigners who miraculously got to Guanajuato only to discover that "everyone speaks Spanish here." You can read these all-to-frequent comments on many travel forum websites.

The misconception is that English is going to be spoken by the locals involved in the tourist service industry everywhere in Mexico. Unfortunately, it's not so.

My belief is that if central Mexico wants to attract more and more Americans and Canadians, it should begin the process of becoming bilingual in English. I remember being so amazed in the resort areas of Mexico that so many were bilingual. In central Mexico, they've yet to get the vision that English will attract more visitors who want to spend a lot of money in their establishments.

What those who could Holiday, Vacation & Tour in central Mexico don't generally know is there are ways of overcoming their fear of the language factor. They don't realize there are places other than the hyper-expensive places that can easily set you back $150.00 to $250.00 USD a night. We saw this American man, who, again I say, miraculously showed up in Guanajuato, have a meltdown. In an act of desperation, he whipped out his cell phone to call home. His conversation went something like, "I'm turning around and leaving this place…no one speaks English." While it is not true that no one speaks English, I can understand his frustration because in the town where I live, English is not widely spoken.

How these tourists end up in central Mexico seems to me to be the greatest miracle!

One way to overcome this sometimes-paralyzing handicap is to, of course, learn some Spanish. There are home study courses that can offer you far more versatility in the language than you might think.

Another way is to stay in one of the high-quality Bed and Breakfasts that are scattered around town. Some of these establishments have Americans who are totally bilingual and bicultural. They will take care of you and alleviate your fears about getting around town where you would be hard pressed to find English speakers. There are also some Mexicans B & B owners who are totally bilingual and bicultural who would offer you the same peace of mind as well as fine accommodations at considerable savings over what you would pay in the resort areas.

I really think this is the way to go. There have been some B & B's in Guanajuato for quite a while that could set you back the equivalent of your children's college tuition. If you can afford to pay resort prices and want to, the uber-rich places are here for you. However, if what you want is a cheaper, high quality place with a home-like atmosphere where not just your sleep and eating needs are met but one in which the owner can set you straight on cultural issues and guide you through the rough spots, then you want the smaller, and in my view far more versatile, Bed and Breakfasts.

And, let's be honest, if you want to venture out and try stretching your Holiday, Vacation & Tour muscles by coming to Guanajuato, you need more than three hots and a cot when your Holiday, Vacation & Tour legs feel a little rubbery in a place where Spanish is predominately spoken.

More Americans and Canadians could come to central Mexico and take advantage of the mind-expanding experience of visiting the birthplace of the Republic of Mexico. Colonial Mexico exudes history and culture with each step you take. This is the place where it all began. The resort areas, fun as they most certainly are, having seafood to delight your tastes, expenses to break the bank, is not all Mexico has to offer.

There's far more to see and it's right here, in central Mexico.

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