Central America and Mexico

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Footprint, 2004 - Travel - 1408 pages
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From the Tortilla Curtain to the Darien Gap. Best of festivals. Red hot lava tongues and deep blue sea holes. Get off the beaten track. Warmongering Aztecs and Maya sacrifice. Where to eat, drink and sleep. Chocolate makers and surf breakers. The pick of diving and trekking. Full-colour maps. Mischief-making monkeys, spookey-eyed frogs and 'bonking' Bellbirds...

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Contents

Introduction
9
Essentials
18
Finding out more
24
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Peter Hutchison first visited Central America in 1992 when he travelled extensively through the region and onto South America... using Footprint all the way! After two years working in Bolivia as a journalist on the Bolivian Times he returned to the UK. Attempts to settle in the UK have proved partially successful, but the attractions of Latin America continue regularly to pull him back to the region.

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