Travelers' Tales Central America: True Stories
Larry Habegger, Natanya Pearlman
Travelers' Tales, 2002 - History - 277 pages
These stories of travel in Central America -- Belize, Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Panama -- are adventurous and quirky, sobering and enlightening. Readers visit a Panamanian island known for its wildlife; glimpse the wealthy Generation X repatriates of Nicaragua; and meet a charming Guatemalan revolutionary. Authors include Paul Theroux, Jennifer Harbury, Ronald Wright, Joan Didion, Randy Wayne White, and Rigoberta Menchu. Travelers’ Tales Central America provides a new window into this astonishingly beautiful and complex part of the world. "For the thoughtful traveler, these books are an invaluable resource.” -- Pico Iyer
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That's it I was there! 1975 with 25o bucks in my pocket, yeah it lasted at least 2 months.
I will never forget my surf friends I met and surfed with. That was traveling at its best and no who was not there would never understand the Alice in wounder event of the 7os?
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