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  Travel Results: Mexico
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27412   Trouble Diving on the Great Maya Reef  
Laura LaBrie
Completely surrounded by bubbles, I feel myself surge forward at the mercy of the waves. Only a foot, maybe two, beneath me lies the razor sharp reef. The jagged coral could ... Issue Date: 6 / 2010

23071   Land of the Deer  
Laura Byrd
A puff of black exhaust belched out of the bus in front of us. For a moment, I envied the air-conditioned comfort of the passengers inside, but that feeling passed as quickly as ... Issue Date: 5 / 2003

21302   Lobster Town: A Mecca for Lobster Lovers  
Laura Byrd
For almost five decades, the tiny village of puerto nuevo, on mexico's pacific coast, has attracted visitors from all over with its special way of preparing the world's ... Issue Date: 1 / 2001

18320   Where the Sky Is Born: Mexico's Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve  
Peter Holden
Following an ancient mayan trade route through lush vegetation and miles of meandering waterways to the sian ka''an biosphere reserve offers a glimpse into pre-columbian ... Issue Date: 1 / 1999

15521   In the Land of Girasoles: A Trip to Mexico's Guanajuato State  
Linda Joyce Forristal
A trip to san miguel de allende in the hills of guanajuato state is a great window into the soul of mexico. "This will round out your experience in Mexico," ... Issue Date: 4 / 1997

14316   The Jewel in the Sierra Madre: Mexico's Copper Canyon  
Masha Nordbye
When the first Tarahumara passed me on the trail at the speed of an elusive roadrunner, I recalled reading that these mysterious Indians are rumored to chase a deer until it ... Issue Date: 12 / 1996

19559   Adventures in Unknown Mexico  
Gregory McNamee
The terrified call for help came one midwinter afternoon as I sipped a glass of iced tea under the shade tree in my front yard, watching a southern Arizona day go by. ... Issue Date: 11 / 1991

12645   Journey to the Sea of Cortez  
Peter Skinner
A team from the Brooks Institute of Photography probed bays and inlets, ventured onto islands, and scuba dived in the ocean during a three-month voyage retracing the 1940 ... Issue Date: 6 / 1987

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