Central America on a Shoestring

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Lonely Planet, 2007 - Travel - 788 pages
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Dig into history along the Ruta Maya, zip through the rain forest canopy or spend the day searching out that perfect hammock spot by the beach. Adventures are born every day in Central America. And this comprehensive guide - with expanded Yucatan and Chiapas coverage - gives you the tools to avoid spending an arm and a leg on the journey ofa lifetime. Explore More - expanded do-it-yourself features help you create your own adventure beyond the 'Gringo Trail'. Get Lost - detailed language and cultural coverage and more chan 120 maps means you'll never get lost... unless you want to. Immerse Yourself - volunteer as a game warden, stud Spanish, or simply learn how to extend your stay. Culture Club - candid local interviews reveal the true nature and spirit of the isthmus' No.1 natural resource - its people.

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Dr. Reid specializes in the education and treatment of children with learning disabilities and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. He teaches courses on mainstreaming, cognitive strategy instruction, and special education methods. His current interests include functional assessment, treatment of attention-deficit disorder, and strategy instruction. He has done extensive work in the area of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder in the schools. Dr. Reid received the Jeannie Balilies Award for contributions to child mental health research. Dr. Reid also serves as a consulting editor and field reviewer for a number of special education journals.