Footprint Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador

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Footprint Handbooks, 2007 - Travel - 672 pages
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Fully revised and updated to provide you everything you need to know, whether you want to learn Spanish in Quito ; follow in Darwin's footsteps in the Galapagos islands ; trek the alternative Inca Trail ; hurtle down the most dangerous road in the world or drive across the world's largest salt lake. Take off and discover something out of the ordinary. This book covers from the Andes to the Amazon, and includes the best places to eat, sleep and explore. Why not see a lake that gave birth to an empire, and a valley where people live forever. What about dancing with devils and walking with dinosaurs, or be on the run with Butch, Sundance and Che. Or, see a killer fish, a smooth-talking dolphin and a gaint what int he desert. It includes full colour maps, has the best of fiestas.

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About the author (2007)

Ben has been the editor of the South American Handbook since 1989 and associate editor for many more years. In this role he has travelled to almost every corner of Latin America. He has a doctorate in Spanish and Portuguese Studies and has been writing about contemporary Iberian and Latin American affairs since 1980.

He hailed from Canada and Ecuador respectively. Having lived and travelled throughout Latin America since 1983, they currently have a home in Ba?os in Ecuador where they edit the Latin America Travel Advisor.

Daisy hailed from Canada and Ecuador respectively. Having lived and travelled throughout Latin America since 1983, they currently have a home in Ba?os in Ecuador where they edit the Latin America Travel Advisor.

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