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Viatge a Nicaragua.Passejant per Amèrica Central By Josep Oriol Granés Cortey
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Diari d’un empordanès que recorre Nicaragua d’Ocotal a San Juan del Sur i de l’Oceà Pacífic al mar Carib. De l’acollidora mà de la seva gent... More > sentirà històries sobre revolució, sandinisme, agermanaments, campanyes d’alfabetització i amistat. Tot pujant volcans, banyant-se en llacs i menjant ‘gallo pinto’, engrescat a caminar i conèixer món, s’arriba a la verda Costa Rica i l’espectacular Guatemala.< Less
Viatge a Nicaragua. Passejant per Amèrica Central By Josep Oriol Granés Cortey
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Diari d’un empordanès que recorre Nicaragua d’Ocotal a San Juan del Sur i de l’Oceà Pacífic al mar Carib. De l’acollidora mà de la seva gent... More > sentirà històries sobre revolució, sandinisme, agermanaments, campanyes d’alfabetització i amistat. Tot pujant volcans, banyant-se en llacs i menjant ‘gallo pinto’, engrescat a caminar i conèixer món, s’arriba a la verda Costa Rica i l’espectacular Guatemala.< Less
Transnational Americas By Zoltán Dragon et al.
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From early times on, the concept of the border and home in the Americas was continuously changing, denoting sometimes ephemeral boundaries and temporary locations. Throughout the history, the... More > westward expansion in the U.S.A. as well as the independence wars in Central and South America relativized the concept of dividing lines and homes, respectively. With time, the geographical frontiers of the continent’s countries together with the politically symbolic demarcations gained additional meanings and while in some cases borderlines emphasized actual separation between states, in other cases they pointed only at the historical heritage of a given region. Moreover, geographic, political, economic and cultural borders both separate and connect American countries; the transnational migration tendencies of the 20th and 21st centuries show that the home-searching process still goes on with the peoples of the Americas finding their new habitats on the same continent―but in another country.< Less
Central America Mineral Industry Handbook Volume 1 Strategic Information and Mining Laws By IBP USA
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Central America Mineral Industry Handbook Volume 1 Strategic Information and Mining Laws
Central America Mineral Industry Handbook Volume 1 Strategic Information and Mining Laws By IBP USA
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Central America Mineral Industry Handbook Volume 1 Strategic Information and Mining Laws
Central America Economic Integration and Cooperation Handbook Volume 1 Strategic Information, Organizations and Programs By IBP, Inc
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Central America Economic Integration and Cooperation Handbook Volume 1 Strategic Information, Organizations and Programs
Central America Mineral Industry Handbook Volume 1 Strategic Information and Mining Laws By IBP, Inc.
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Cruising Under Power - Pacific Coasts of Mexico and Central America (Deluxe Color Edition) By Ken Williams
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*DELUXE FULL COLOR EDITION* Are you planning to cruise the Pacific Coast of Mexico or Central America? Are you buying a trawler and confused about how to equip the boat? Have you wondered what it is... More > like to retire and spend months living on a trawler? Composited from the cruising blogs of the author, while cruising from San Diego to Costa Rica, this book is far more than a travelogue. T he author has dedicated himself to spreading his passion about long-distance cruising and exploration. The Pacific coast, with its’ beautiful beaches and resorts, provides an entertaining background as he describes the equipment and techniques he employs for successful passage making. You will be amused and educated as he holds nothing back, while describing his experiences with flopper stoppers, surfing sand bars, anchoring in “unusual” conditions, fishing, greedy foreign officials, jungle cruises, pirates, groundings, high winds, stubborn currents, mechanical failures, mechanical successes and more!< Less
Cruising Under Power - Pacific Coasts of Mexico and Central America (Deluxe Color Edition) By Ken Williams
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*DELUXE FULL COLOR EDITION* Are you planning to cruise the Pacific Coast of Mexico or Central America? Are you buying a trawler and confused about how to equip the boat? Have you wondered what it is... More > like to retire and spend months living on a trawler? Composited from the cruising blogs of the author, while cruising from San Diego to Costa Rica, this book is far more than a travelogue. T he author has dedicated himself to spreading his passion about long-distance cruising and exploration. The Pacific coast, with its’ beautiful beaches and resorts, provides an entertaining background as he describes the equipment and techniques he employs for successful passage making. You will be amused and educated as he holds nothing back, while describing his experiences with flopper stoppers, surfing sand bars, anchoring in “unusual” conditions, fishing, greedy foreign officials, jungle cruises, pirates, groundings, high winds, stubborn currents, mechanical failures, mechanical successes and more!< Less
Rise of Mayan Culture: The Popol Vuh, the Mythic and Heroic Sagas of the Kichés of Central America By Lewis Spence
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Rise of Mayan Culture: The Popol Vuh, the Mythic and Heroic Sagas of the Kichés of Central America By Lewis Spence. THE "Popol Vuh" is the New World's richest mythological mine. No... More > translation of it has as yet appeared in English, and no adequate translation in any European language. It has been neglected to a certain extent because of the unthinking strictures passed upon its authenticity. That other manuscripts exist in Guatemala than the one discovered by Ximenes and transcribed by Scherzer and Brasseur de Bourbourg is probable. So thought Brinton, and the present writer shares his belief. And ere it is too late it would be well that these--the only records of the faith of the builders of the mystic ruined and deserted cities of Central America--should be recovered. This is not a matter that should be left to the enterprise of individuals, but one which should engage the consideration of interested governments; for what is myth to-day is often history to-morrow.< Less

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