Ulysses Travel Guide Nicaraguaby Carol Wood
Written by a volunteer living in the country, this is the most
This Ulysses Travel Guide presents a Nicaragua beyond the image created by media reports and travel brochures. The splendor of this "land of lakes and volcanoes" and the warmth of its people are brought to life by local legends, songs and poetry, giving you a vivid picture of the real Nicaragua.
Written by a volunteer living in the country, this is the most complete guide to Nicaragua available. With Ulysses, you will explore historic towns, mighty rivers, volcanic craters and West Indian villages on the Caribbean coast.
This guide contains lodging and dining suggestions for every taste and budget; information for planning everything from a jungle excursion to a night on the town; tips on how to be an informed, responsible traveler who can make a difference; twenty-nine maps to help you discover the cities as well as the hidden gems.
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