Playing Tourist in Mexico: A Collection of Adventures from Women Traveling in Mexico

Kindle Version

Last year, the ladies of the SOTB Blogging Group (Patty M. Vanegas, Susi Schuegraf, Lynne DeSantis, Karen Swanson, Jill Michelle Douglas, Emily Lee Garcia and me) combined our stories into one amazing travel book. I’m pleased to announce that Playing Tourist in Mexico: A Collection of Adventures from Women Traveling in Mexico is now available on Amazon as both a Kindle book and a full-color paperback

Paperback Version

Have you ever wondered what Mexico is really like? In Playing Tourist in Mexico: A Collection of Adventures from Women Traveling in Mexico you can share in the travels of seven women to 45 different locations throughout Mexico.

Not only are places like Mexico City and the beaches of Baja California included, but also remote but equally delightful places like Dolores Hidalgo, Guanajuato the birthplace of independence, and Paracho de Verduzco, Michoacan, a mountain town dedicated to handcrafting guitars.

You’ll see a different beauty in Mexico through the eyes of these women as they galavant hither and yon experiencing the sights, tastes, and sounds of this amazing country.

Amazon sets the prices for books published through them and well, in my opinion, the paperback version is quite pricey because of that. As my favorite readers, I have a previous version of this book that you can download if you are interested in reading the adventures we had without paying an arm and a leg!

Free Version

If you’ve already read this fun travel book, then we’d love if you would leave a review on Amazon or Goodreads!

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