The Yucatan: a guide to the land of Maya mysteries
This entertaining yet informative guide presents rich, complete descriptions of places to eat, stay, and play in the Yucatan, including its best resorts, hideaways, beaches, and diving spots. Also featured are lyrical accounts of Mayan sites and mythology, including fascinating historical background and a witty who's who guide to Mayan gods. From jungle adventures in Yaxchilan to civilized retreats in San Cristobal, the book offers a wealth of information on the culture and spirit of the region.
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