The original Lonely Planet guide, Shoestrings are an essential planning tool for first-time and independent travellers making big trips, wanting to stay longer and stretch their money further.The budget-conscious content features a colour itineraries and highlights section; detailed, easy-to-use maps; and a dedicated language chapter with key phrases.Central America on a Shoestring covers Yucatan and Chiapas (Mexico), Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama. It features candid local interiews, awesome maps and expanded itineraries and covers the best of the region's beaches, jungles, mountaintops, bars and cantinas.A taxi to this entrance from Tegus costs about US$20. The eastern park entrance is at El Rosario, overlooking San Juancito, an atmospheric former mining town. From Tegucigalpa, buses to San Juancito (US$0.75, 11a2 hours) leave fromanbsp;...
|Title||:||Central America on a shoestring|
|Author||:||Robert Reid, Jolyon Attwooll, Matthew D. Firestone, Carolyn McCarthy|
|Publisher||:||Lonely Planet - 2007|