An Odd Odyssey: California to Colombia by Bus and Boat, Through Mexico and Central America

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Trafford Publishing, 2001 - Travel - 261 pages
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Have you ever wondered what it would be like to:
quit your well-paying job to backpack through Mexico and Central America...hike through the desert in search of pre-historic cave paintings in Baja robbed twice in 24 hours...view the mortal remains of Mexico's greatest hero...come face-to-face with a giant crocodile...experience Hurricane Mitch...drink, dance and fly kites in a graveyard festival...climb an active volcano...see the world's most powerful for a pre-Columbian relic in the Costa Rican jungle...fall under the spell of a Nicaraguan model...explore Aztec and Mayan ruins...cross the Panama Canal...visit Paul Gauguin's house with a Playboy Bunny...spend New Year's Eve in a Caribbean disco...sail to Colombia in a yacht built by a retired bricklayer with a pet monkey for company...
     Read An Odd Odyssey to find out! The author spent 5 1/2 months wandering around Mexico and Central America writing this descriptive compendium of history, geography and travel anecdotes.

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