Chiapas

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  • GUATEMALA, BELIZE & YUCATAN 4E ING
  • This fourth edition includes in-depth coverage of Mayan history and archaeological sites, insider tips on the best dive spots, beach towns and laid-back mountain villages. Hints for safely exploring the beautiful yet politically troubled Chiapas are also included. Leer más
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  • GUATEMALA, BELIZE & YUCATAN 4E ING
  • This fourth edition includes in-depth coverage of Mayan history and archaeological sites, insider tips on the best dive spots, beach towns and laid-back mountain villages. Hints for safely exploring the beautiful yet politically troubled Chiapas are also included. Leer más
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Netherlands
  • Mexican Days
  • Tony Cohan’s On Mexican Time, his chronicle of discovering a new life in the small Mexican mountain town of San Miguel de Allende, has beguiled readers and become a travel classic. Now, in Mexican Days, point of arrival becomes point of departure as—faced with the invasion of the town by tourists and an entire Hollywood movie crew, a magazine... Leer más
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Belgium
  • Mexican Days
  • Tony Cohan’s On Mexican Time, his chronicle of discovering a new life in the small Mexican mountain town of San Miguel de Allende, has beguiled readers and become a travel classic. Now, in Mexican Days, point of arrival becomes point of departure as—faced with the invasion of the town by tourists and an entire Hollywood movie crew, a magazine... Leer más
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Netherlands
  • Lonely Planet Central America on a Shoestring
  • From clear, turquoise seas to magnificent Maya ruins, lush cloud forests, bustling markets and coffee farms, Central America can be as chilled out or as thrilling as you wish.- Inspirational images, 3D illustrations and recommendations from our expert authors- Planning features and top itineraries to help you plan the perfect trip- Local... Leer más
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Belgium
  • Lonely Planet Central America on a Shoestring
  • From clear, turquoise seas to magnificent Maya ruins, lush cloud forests, bustling markets and coffee farms, Central America can be as chilled out or as thrilling as you wish.- Inspirational images, 3D illustrations and recommendations from our expert authors- Planning features and top itineraries to help you plan the perfect trip- Local... Leer más
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  • Incidents of Travel in Central America, Chiapas, and Yucatan, Vols. I and II
  • At two o'clock, under a brilliant moonlight, and with a single guide, we started for the Pacific. The road was level and wooded. We passed a trapiche or sugar-mill, worked by oxen, and before daylight reached the village of Masagua, four leagues distant, built in a clearing cut out of the woods, at the entrance of which we stopped under a grove... Leer más
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Belgium
  • Incidents of Travel in Central America, Chiapas, and Yucatan, Vols. I and II
  • At two o'clock, under a brilliant moonlight, and with a single guide, we started for the Pacific. The road was level and wooded. We passed a trapiche or sugar-mill, worked by oxen, and before daylight reached the village of Masagua, four leagues distant, built in a clearing cut out of the woods, at the entrance of which we stopped under a grove... Leer más
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  • On the Trail of the Maya Explorer
  • A Mesoamerican travel book from two perspectives and two centuries. In 1839 John Lloyd Stephens, then 31 years old, and his traveling companion, artist Frederick Catherwood, disappeared into the vast rain forest of eastern Guatemala. They had heard rumors that remains of a civilization of incomparable artistic and cultural merit were moldering... Leer más
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Belgium
  • On the Trail of the Maya Explorer
  • A Mesoamerican travel book from two perspectives and two centuries. In 1839 John Lloyd Stephens, then 31 years old, and his traveling companion, artist Frederick Catherwood, disappeared into the vast rain forest of eastern Guatemala. They had heard rumors that remains of a civilization of incomparable artistic and cultural merit were moldering... Leer más
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Netherlands
  • On the Trail of the Maya Explorer
  • A Mesoamerican travel book from two perspectives and two centuries.In 1839 John Lloyd Stephens, then 31 years old, and his traveling companion, artist Frederick Catherwood, disappeared into the vast rain forest of eastern Guatemala. They had heard rumors that remains of a civilization of incomparable artistic and cultural merit were moldering... Leer más
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  • Bol.com, Belgium
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Bol.com
Belgium
  • On the Trail of the Maya Explorer
  • A Mesoamerican travel book from two perspectives and two centuries.In 1839 John Lloyd Stephens, then 31 years old, and his traveling companion, artist Frederick Catherwood, disappeared into the vast rain forest of eastern Guatemala. They had heard rumors that remains of a civilization of incomparable artistic and cultural merit were moldering... Leer más
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Netherlands
  • Incidents of Travel in Central America, Chiapas, and Yucatan, Vols. I and II
  • At two o'clock, under a brilliant moonlight, and with a single guide, we started for the Pacific. The road was level and wooded. We passed a trapiche or sugar-mill, worked by oxen, and before daylight reached the village of Masagua, four leagues distant, built in a clearing cut out of the woods, at the entrance of which we stopped under a grove... Leer más
  • Also available from:
  • Bol.com, Belgium
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Bol.com
Belgium
  • Incidents of Travel in Central America, Chiapas, and Yucatan, Vols. I and II
  • At two o'clock, under a brilliant moonlight, and with a single guide, we started for the Pacific. The road was level and wooded. We passed a trapiche or sugar-mill, worked by oxen, and before daylight reached the village of Masagua, four leagues distant, built in a clearing cut out of the woods, at the entrance of which we stopped under a grove... Leer más
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