IMDEX/Cascabel is also working on a state-by-state internet guide to useful information on mining and geology as well as helpful business and governmental links and addresses that are appropriate to consider in a geographic context. We also intend to include restaurants, hotels and cantinas that will help all hard working geologists engage in their Mexican exploration activities in style. Consequently, this guide will be heavily influenced by your responses to our Cantina Quiz - (so please send in your submissions.) I know you guys are drinking good beers out there somewhere! Everyone appreciates a good place to sample local cuisine so any helpful suggestions are appreciated!
People's Guide to Mexico: An always-helpful way to engage the real Mexico is the award-winning guidebook by Carl Franz and Lorena Havens, a writer/editor team with over 30 years experience traveling, living and learning in Mexico and Central America. They now have developed a website all about their own take on Mexico -- live, travel, study, retire, work, or just kick back on the beach in a hammock.
For an award-winning tourism-related site that organized geographically by states try www.tourbymexico.com Useful info is provided on many cities throughout the country. They have a driving distance calculator that is fun.
Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with any tips or requests for information you would like to see compiled in these pages.
02 Baja Norte
03 Baja Sur
09 Distrito Federal
15 Mexico State
19 Nuevo Leon
23 Quintanna Roo
24 San Luis Potosi