Item description for Mexico & Central America, 16th (Footprint - Travel Guides) by Peter Hutchison...
The only guide covering Mexico as well as the seven countries in Central America. Border crossings and how to get the best out of each country. 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. Chocolate makers and surf breakers. The pick of diving, surfing and trekking. Full-colour maps. Mischief-making monkeys, spookey-eyed frogs, chilli and chicha....
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.1" Width: 4.9" Height: 1.4" Weight: 1.65 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2006
Publisher Footprint Handbooks
ISBN 1904777651 ISBN13 9781904777656
Availability 0 units.
More About Peter Hutchison
Hutchison is a Britain-based journalist, who has lived and worked throughout Central and South America.
Reviews - What do customers think about Mexico & Central America, 16th (Footprint - Travel Guides)?
Mexico& Central America,16th (footprint-travelguides) Aug 25, 2008
I was disappointed with this book. I have before bought travel guides (lonelyplanet/roughguides) and I enjoyed them a lot, and were very useful in my trips, but this guide, even myself being a Mexican and knowing about my country is useless, therefore I decided to buy another guide, lonely planet guides. REally there is scarce information about Mexico and well, about Central America I dont know too much, but about Mexico, not helpful,not descriptive, not interesting. It is bad organized. It doesnt have a lot of maps and eventhough there are many hotels referred on it, prices of them are not included, so you dont know how expensive it might be. I wont ever buy this kind of guides.
Better than Lonely Planet if you are Driving Nov 5, 2007
We recommend this book for RVers and other drivers. It has more to offer including hotels for all classes and even some camping places.
As always - Footprint Guides are the best! May 26, 2007
I love Footprint! Since I began traveling I've used these books. Everyone has their opinion, but I trust only these. I'm moving to Mexico in a few months and this is the only guide I'm bringing with me. Very detailed, readable, with good maps and contact info.
Very good!!! Mar 8, 2007
Many usefull information in this addition!!Easily to understant!!It helped me to plann all my trip.
I didn't find this useful. Jan 11, 2007
It's big and current but it stayed in my suitcase while I traveled with my backpack. Part of that was due to its weight and part that it was not detailed enough to be helpful to me.