Travel Diary: Bolivia is a travel guidebook with a slant. It uses personal travelogues from people's trips to Bolivia. By reading these travelogues, one can gain a greater perspective on the culture and customs of a country and they can also see the places that the author enjoyed (or didn't enjoy) visiting. The book is best used in conjunction with a 'regular' travel guide, which provides the basic information for travelers, like hotel and restaurant information. But Travel Diary: Bolivia will give you information on actual visits to some restaurants and hotels and can steer you towards good places to dine and sleep and it can help you avoid the bad places. Many people enjoy reading travelogues before visiting foreign countries, but it is very difficult to print and carry this information with you. Travel Diary: Bolivia allows you to have access to the information found only in those travelogues by printing the travelogues in a paperback format, which is easy to carry and convenient for the traveler.Having Started with the Intention of covering as many Countries as Possible (in a 2-3 Month long Trip), I winnowed the list to ... The cost for the 1-week Galapagos Cruise was US$ 1309, which included the roundtrip Airfare from Quito to Galapagos. ... I had planned to do this Trip in the Month of May when the rainy season would have ended in Bolivia. ... Now I had to find a way to get my Checked in Baggage from the American Airlines flight onto United Airlines and Inform United of myanbsp;...
|Title||:||Travel Diary - Bolivia|
|Publisher||:||Trafford Publishing - 2004|