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  1. Bolivia Travel Guide.

    $26.95 + $5.80 p&h or $16.80 foreign delivery

    Item Code : LONE15343

    Bolivia Travel Guide.
    Lonely Planet Publications. 6th Edition. 432 pages. 16 pages color. 79 maps. Better than ever! We've reinvented this guidebook with a Highlights section, itineraries, expanded listings, a culture chapter and a practical directory. Wind your way through mountain passes and jungle lowlands. Experience the bustle of indigenous markets and festivals. Explore the world's highest capital. Whether you're seeking a quiet retreat or rip-roaring adventure, Bolivia will leave you breathless at every step. Our authoritative guide will help you uncover the secrets of this Andean gem. $_$_START_LIST ? GET READY comprehensive itineraries and planning sections get your journey started ? FIND ADVENTURE detailed coverage of premier hiking, biking, skiing and river rafting opportunities ? HIT THE ROAD with 77 maps - more than any other Bolivia guidebook ? TALK THE TALK with our convenient guide to Spanish, Quechua and Aymar? ? REST EASY frank, in-depth hotel and restaurant reviews steer you toward the country's best offerings $_$_END_LIST
  2. Bolivia Travel Guide 2nd Edition.

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    Item Code : ROUG15344

    Bolivia Travel Guide 2nd Edition.
    Rough Guide Publications. 432 pages. This thoroughly updated Rough Guide includes significantly more detailed maps and colour photographs than its closest competitor, as well as author picks and new colour sections that beautifully illustrate the countries ancient beliefs and mysticisms and the excellent range of outdoor activities on offer. An updated history section includes the civil disturbances of recent years, giving you a sound context in which to really get a feel for the country. There is expanded coverage on trekking and Isla del Sol, as well as candid reviews of all the best places to stay and eat, from jungle lodges to colonial mansions. With expert knowledge from an author who has a deep understanding of the Bolivian way of life, this book is perfect for those independent travellers who want a far more unique and imaginative trip. Make the most of your time with The Rough Guide to Bolivia.
  3. Bolivia Travel Guide.

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    Item Code : BRAD15345

    Bolivia Travel Guide.
    Bradt Publications. 264 pages. Bolivia retains its pre-Columbian traditions more than any other country in South America. This full-length country guide explores every aspect of Bolivia with a strong focus on the natural history and culture--hallmarks of the Bradt range. David Atkinson provides an insider's selection of the best Bolivia can offer: a country which is a haven for hikers and trekkers, possesses a bustling streetlife of traditional markets and modern nightclubs, and is also an ideal place to soak up some Latin American culture before the onset of mass tourism. Features include: *Insider's tips and perspective, by an experienced travel writer residing in Bolivia *Full suggested itineraries and excursions, even for the short-stay visitor *A special section on the best treks *In-depth coverage of the travelers' hubs: La Paz, Santa Cruz, and Sucre.
  4. Bolivia Travel Guide 4th Edition.

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    Item Code : FOOT15346

    Bolivia Travel Guide 4th Edition.
    Footprint Publications. 453 pages. This definitive guidebook to the wild landscapes, vast salt deserts, and captivating people of Bolivia, has been completely updated, with detailed information on adventure and ecotravel options, including mountain trekking, jungle safaris, and hikes along the Che Guevara Trail. It contains colorful maps as well as tips on finding the best authentic arts and crafts. This edition features elaborate descriptions of Bolivia's stunning natural attractions, from the Cordillera Real mountain range to the Salar de Uyuni ? the largest salt lake in the world. It includes insider tips, a guide to conversational Spanish, and lots of "don't-miss" sidebars for easy use.
  5. Bolivia Handbook.

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    Item Code : FOOT15347

    Bolivia Handbook.
    Footprint. 464 pages. Size 4?"x8?". Includes 32 color photos and 46 maps. Bolivia is weird. Everything about this land-locked country in the heart of South America is out of the ordinary - like the surreal landscapes of Gabriel Garc?a M?rquez or Isabel Allende. It's the kind of place where you start taking the strangest things for granted. Like sitting next to an alligator on a bus, sharing a taxi with a pile of llama fetuses, or waiting behind a group of piglets at the check-in desk. In Bolivia, it seems, pigs really do fly. Totally packed with up-to-date information including highlights of virtually every town and site. Also includes money-saving tips, advice on staying healthy, and anecdotes on local history, culture, customs, and etiquette. Indispensable!
  6. Bolivia Culture Shock! Graphic Arts Center Publishing Company.

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    Item Code : CULT15348

    Bolivia Culture Shock! Graphic Arts Center Publishing Company.
    Size 5?"x7?". Includes a cultural quiz and glossary. With this guide, you'll never feel intimidated and awkward about the customs and etiquette of Bolivia. You'll learn to see beyond the stereotypes and misinformation that often precede a visit to this foreign land. Whether you plan to stay for a week or a year, you'll benefit from an understanding of such topics as the rules of driving and monetary systems, religious practices, and social customs. There are tips on political traditions, building friendships and business relationships. Packed with practical, accurate, and fun-to-read information, this guide will make you feel `right at home' even before you go. Review: "When I learned I would be moving to La Paz for a year, I searched for a book that would provide more insight on the cultural and daily realities of life in Bolivia than guidebooks usually provide. This was just the right book. While it provides information that is very useful for soon-to-be residents (how to navigate the black markets to get household necessities; the fact that it costs $1500 for a phone number, so rent an apartment that already has one!), I think it is also a great supplement to the guidebooks for any traveller who will be spending a decent amount of time in Bolivia and wants to understand more about the country than just the history and the sights. The author describes typical economic and social lives of Bolivians, outlines current social and political issues, gives cultural tips on interacting with Bolivians, and provides qualitative, highlights-type descriptions of some of the sights in La Paz and Bolivia. It is very readable and entertaining, so it makes a good introductory, overview book. A good guidebook may have lots of the same information somewhere in there, but it has a "thoroughness" job to do, making it less fun and easy to read (The Lonely Planet Guide to Bolivia is excellent, though.) If the other Culture Shock series books are as good, I will read them before travelling to other South American countries."