Exploring Colonial Mexico©
From San Blas on the Pacific coast to the celebrated Monarch butterfly refuge in the high Sierra of Michoacan, this guidebook describes all the natural wonders of Western Mexico.
British born Tony Burton, a long time resident of Mexico and award winning travel writer and naturalist, gives you his unique insights into this scenic and culturally rich area of lakes and mountains, colonial towns and Indian villages.
The author takes you to all of his favorite places along the less traveled roads of the region, revealing their history, ecology and archaeology, as well as their arts, crafts and folklore.
Charmingly illustrated by artist Mark Eager, Tony's guide is easy to read and packed with suggestions for the traveler, complete with helpful maps and itineraries. Full bibliography and index.
9"x6". 201 pages
ISBN 1-893518-01-9. New Edition (2001) Published by Perception Press. St. Augustine, Fla.
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