Travelers' Tales Central America: True Stories

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Larry Habegger, Natanya Pearlman
Travelers' Tales, 2002 - History - 277 pages
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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?
Best. Rich so cal....

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Habegger is executive editor of Traveler's Tales and is a travel writer.

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