Adventure Guide to Mexico's Pacific Coast

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Hunter Publishing, Inc, Dec 1, 2011 - Travel - 527 pages
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The Pacific coast of Mexico is a playground for active travelers. Warm waves and sunny skies attract the beach crowd with watersports, while volcanoes, mountains and jungles appeal to hikers, naturalists and the culturally curious. Visit a pearl farm in San Carlos, ride a train through Copper Canyon, go crocodile hunting on La Tovara River, surf the big waves at Playa Las Islitas, or visit the village of Ajejic, where DH Lawrence once got inspiration. Town and regional maps, photos, fully indexed.

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Born in Winnipeg in 1943, Vivien Lougheed was raised by her Polish grandparents who instilled within her a desire for adventure. From her home base of Prince George she has travelled extensively throughout British Columbia, China, Pakistan, the Mediterranean, Central and South America, Africa, the Himalayas of Tibet and Nepal. In her first book, "Central America by Chickenbus" (1986), she all but coined the term that is now synonymous with local transportation and travelling on the cheap. Since then she has written more than ten books including "Kluane National Park
Hiking Guide, Forbidden Mountains, Tungsten
John", (co-written with her husband) and "From the Chilcotin to the Chilkoot: Selected Hikes of Northern BC"

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