Hally 的評分： 5
2005-04-24 00:27 來自美國的Hally有以下留言：
Just some updates on the info. I went to Mexico last winter (Dec. 2004) with four of my friends. There are many more bus services between Mayan sites now. For example, we took the bus (1st class) from Tulum to Coba, then from Coba to Valladolid (a small town close to Ek Balam). In Coba, you can hire a guide (very friendly and knowledgable, speaking perfect English, much cheaper than in Chichen Itza) and rent a bicyle. Biking in the jungle between those half-renovated pyramids and Mayan sites is really exciting and fun.
2005-04-24 00:35 來自美國的Hally有以下回應：
Links to the travelogue my friend made:
Hope them to be useful for someone, enjoy! :)
2005-04-24 18:55 來自香港的wkalo有以下回應：
Tks for your info but there is nothing in your gvk21744.html
wkalo 的評分： 4
2005-04-20 21:47 來自香港的wkalo有以下留言：
1. Are ten days enough for touring Mexico (visiting the Maya sites but skipping the coastal region).
2. Is there any flight connection between Mexico and Peru's Lima.
3. I have five weeks vacation and intend to fly from Oakland(US)to Mexico, if time permits, go to Peru, do some sightseeing & trekking, & return to Oakland. Should I book all my flights in advance (before tour) or only after reaching each destination. My major concern is the high altitude sickness in Cuzco.
2005-04-23 11:07 來自香港的<站長>有以下回應：
1. Probably, but you may need to go Yucatan Peninsula direct and skip Mexico City and around.
2. I think there are flights between their capitals, but likely need to transit for other cities.
3. I think you better book at least all international flights in US. You may like to read my page on altitude sickness at http://nepal.go2c.info/info/bigurine.htm
林威妮 的評分： 4
2005-04-19 22:36 來自台灣的林威妮有以下留言：
2005-04-20 13:35 來自香港的<站長>有以下回應：
六月是智利的冬初，有機會滑雪哩。大致上最南部會太冷，可由聖地牙哥出發往北邊走邊玩，至 Arica 返回。San Pedro 和 Lauca 都不容錯過。
kalo 的評分： 4
2005-04-15 18:33 來自香港的kalo有以下留言：
Plan to visit Mexico or Peru in this July for abt 2-3 weeks. Which country is preferable in terms of scenery and budget? I have past experience in high-attitude sickness but would like to do some trekking, which places are recommendable?
2005-04-15 22:06 來自香港的<站長>有以下回應：
Both are excellent places to travel. If you want trekking, I think Peru may be more suitable. Although I haven't tried, Inca trail, Huaraz, Coca Canyon etc. in Peru have lots of trekking opportunities. Peru should be less expensive as well.
P.S. I don't have Peru's climate on hand. You may better its weather in July before making decision.
katie 的評分： 5
2005-04-14 12:10 來自香港的katie有以下留言：
香港人 的評分： 5
2005-04-13 12:29 來自香港的香港人有以下留言：
另外, samsam係咪香港出發? 9日真係好趕,搭飛機都要預頭尾3日,最好預多d添,因為墨西哥航空誤點好嚴重呢,如果要駁即日機可能有危機添.
samsam 的評分： 4
2005-04-09 15:53 寫上來自HK的samsam有以下留言：
Dear webmaster, when do you think is the best time in a year to go to Mexico? Since i am working now, i plan only to go there for 9 days. What would be your recommended places to visit in these 9 days?
thanks a lot
2005-04-11 11:42 來自香港的<站長>有以下回應：
According to LP website, it should be Oct-May. 9 days are very short to travel such a large country. You may either take a more leisure approach to stick to places around Mexico City, or "tour-like" hurry by including Cancun and visit its beaches and day-trip to Chichen-Itza as well.
OLd Guy 的評分： 4
2005-04-07 08:41 來自香港的OLd Guy有以下留言：
First trip was 1 month in 2002. Traveled with my wife & visited Igassu Falls, Rio & Sao Paulo in Brazil; Lima, Cusco, Machu Picchu, Puno, Nasca & nearby areas in Peru; Santiago & the surrounding areas in Chile.
Second trip was another month in 11/2004. Mainly focus on the Patagonia regions in Chile & Argentina. Trekked a few days in the Torres Del Paine. Punta Natales, Punta Arena, El Calafete, Moreno Glacier, Ushuaia & their cpaitals - Santiago & Buenos Aires.
South America is a huge land mass with wonderful cultures & people living. Hope I could continue to visit this piece of mysterious land in the coming years.
Do you have any plan visiting South America again?
2005-04-07 13:13 來自香港的<站長>有以下回應：
Did I meet you? I also traveled around Patagonia in late Nov 2004. However, due to lags behind of my schedule, I needed to cut my original trekking plan in Torres Del Paine to only a day trip. Even worse is that it was a rainy day!
I have no solid plan to travel SA again yet. Like you, I hope I can re-visit SA in the coming years. In particular to visit Brazil, Eucador amd Venuezula as well as re-visit Peru and Bolivia.
katy 的評分： 5
2005-04-07 04:07 寫上來自san francisco的katy有以下留言：
I'm a girl from San francisco(I'm original from Macau), are you going to Mexico in June, coz I'm planning to visit mexico too. Actually, I'm looking for a partner also. so are you interested in that?
2005-04-10 11:21 來自香港的Joyce有以下回應：
Actually I haven't made my decision yet. Besides Mexico, many countries in Central and South America are also very attractive to me. The only thing I'm sure at this moment is that I've already applied for a long vacation from May 27 to July 5, which means I can travel more than a month! If you are interested in Mexico, please give me more information e.g. how long you want to travel? Which places you want to visit? etc.
OLd Guy 的評分： 4
2005-04-06 11:15 來自香港的OLd Guy有以下留言：
Thanks a lot!!
This is one of the coolest South America travel sites written in Chinese.
Hope you dont mind I post some of my ideas responding questions from your fans here.
I am also planning to go to Mexico & Cuba by the end of this month. I would suggest you check out expedia, travelocity & orbiz for budget ticket from LAX / SFO to Mexico. It would be cheaper to buy online than thru the agents in HKG. I would probably fly from LAS to Mexcico this time.
I visited South America twice in the last three years. Studying Spanish is a great idea and unique experience in South American countries.
For flights between HKG to south American countries & other travel discussions, you may refer to the two discussion forums below:
2005-04-06 16:14 來自香港的<站長>有以下回應：
Never mind and thank you for your reply.
Just curious. Where did you visit in your last SA trips?
Joyce 的評分： 5
2005-04-03 15:43 來自香港的Joyce有以下留言：
I'm now planning to travel around South America in June. Here I've a few questions to ask:
1) I think I'll take a flight from Los Angela or San Francisco to Mexico. Can you suggest the cheapest flight and how can I book the flight in Hong Kong?
2) This time I'll travel alone. Is it easy to find cheap single room accomodations? (I've only got quite a tight budget)
3) I only have 1 month's time but I want to see as much as I can. Can you suggest which countries / places are a must to visit?
Thank you for your kind attention!!
2005-04-06 17:08 來自香港的<站長>有以下回應：
1) In addition to Old Guy's suggestions, you may also try zuji.com, where you can take your ticket in HK (I haven't tried it myself). I bought my overseas-bound flight tickets in my 2002 trip directly from AA office, which had the same price as what other agents offered.
2) I think you can find this in Lonely Planet guidebook.
3) I would suggest Mexico alone or at most add only Guatemala. I traveled Mexico and Peru in about 1 month in 1996 and found it waste of time and money for the rush Peru part. Mexico is large and full of attractions.
tanya 的評分： 5
2005-04-03 10:41 來自天涯某處的tanya有以下留言：
I really appreciate your refreshing and inspiring website, I hope you can keep going!
I'm planing to go to a country in South or central America to study spanish, I'm worried about safety and I don't have too much money, apart from the fees I have to pay for Spanish lessons, I can only spend 200US$ a month(including renting a very small room with a bed), I wonder which country in Latin America would you recommend me to go to? Can I find Spanish courses in local university or colleges?
I've heard I can only get a 30-90day visa, do I have to leave that country when my visa expired or can I extend my visa without leaving that country?
What is the cheapest way( or route) to go to South America for HK or China? As far as I know, there is no direct fly from China to South America, some people go there via Germany or France, some America...
I'm sorry I have so many questions for you, I know your probably are not familiar with some of the things I'm asking since you went there as a traveller not to learn Spanish, it ok if you don't know some of the questions, but I'm still interested in your opinion(any opinion) about these things.
You can reply in Chinese if it's more convenient to you, my boyfriend reads Chinese very well, we are here in China right now.
I want to thank you for your reply in advance, when you have time to reply.
Have a nice day.
2005-04-06 17:23 來自香港的<站長>有以下回應：
I heard that Antigua of Guatemala is a great place to learn Spanish - in fact, I met many guys did it there in my trip. It is relatively cheap and a nice place for a long stay. Safety should not be a serious concern there, provided that you keep normal travel safety measures.
Assuming you come from HK, it would be better to take a short trip to, say, Copan of Hondulas and back to renew your visa, rather than apply for extensions formally. It is because it is not easy to formally get a Guatemala visa for HK people and those who went there were usually "側側膊".
The cheapest way should be find a cheap ticket to US first. Then buy a separate ticket from US to the country. I knew someone who spent only HK$6xxx for a round trip US ticket + a one way US-Peru ticket.
橘子 的評分： 5
2005-04-02 18:59 來自台灣的橘子有以下留言：
2005-04-02 00:45 來自香港的開心人有以下留言：