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Paraguay

Author : Margaret Hebblethwaite
ISBN : 9781841625614
Genre : Travel
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Bradt Travel Guide Paraguay

Author : Margaret Hebblethwaite
ISBN : 9781841623153
Genre : Travel
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Paraguay is still largely undiscovered by travellers, but those who make their way here are delighted by the country's distinctive culture and strong indigenous features. A bilingual nation, with Guaraní spoken alongside Spanish, its folk-dance tradition is hugely popular among young people; its harp playing is legendary; and Paraguayans are proud of their different handicrafts, particularly their sewing. The country is also home to the historic Jesuit missions, or reductions (as depicted in the film The Mission).Bradt's Paraguay - the only English-language guidebook to this emerging tourism destination - covers the region with unrivalled detail and knowledge. It delves deep into a country that has so far eluded the grasp of mass tourism and where rich indigenous culture and folk traditions still hold strong.

Paraguay Other Places Travel Guide

Author : Romy Natalia Goldberg
ISBN : 1935850199
Genre : Travel
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This is an invaluable guide to experiencing everything Paraguay has to offer. Filled with cultural insights and first-hand recommendations, Natalia Goldberg has spent the better part of decade compiling this comprehensive travel guide. Included is the only available guide to traveling along the Paraguay River to the Pantanal, a little visited region where remote indigenous communities coexist with endangered wildlife. No matter your budget or appetite for adventure, this book is a must for discovering the real Paraguay. -Learn key cultural insights and useful Guarani phrases that will have you bonding with friendly locals in no time. - Embark upon a riverboat adventure to the Paraguayan Pantanal where jaguars hunt capybaras, jabiru storks soar overhead, and tourists are rare. - Take part in Paraguay's unique culture by eating local food, drinking terere, participating in religious festivals, and engaging with artisans. - Navigate the country like a local with detailed maps and comprehensive information on driving, public transportation, and traveling on foot. - Enjoy Asuncion's active and affordable nightlife or soak up the countryside's relaxed atmosphere from the comfort of a hammock.

Pantanal Wildlife

Author : James Lowen
ISBN : 1841623059
Genre : Nature
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An indispensable guide to wildlife and travel in South America's Pantanal, where the continent's largest cat, the jaguar, lives alongside crocodiles, giant otters and the world's largest parrot.

At The Tomb Of The Inflatable Pig

Author : John Gimlette
ISBN : 9780307806529
Genre : Travel
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A wildly humorous account of the author's travels across Paraguay–South America's darkly fabled, little-known “island surrounded by land.” Rarely visited by tourists and barely touched by global village sprawl, Paraguay remains a mystery to outsiders. Think of this small nation and your mind is likely to jump to Nazis, dictators, and soccer. Now, John Gimlette’s eye-opening book–equal parts travelogue, history, and unorthodox travel guide–breaches the boundaries of this isolated land,” and illuminates a little-understood place and its people. It is a wonderfully animated telling of Paraguay's story: of cannibals, Jesuits, and sixteenth-century Anabaptists; of Victorian Australian socialists and talented smugglers; of dictators and their mad mistresses; bloody wars and Utopian settlements; and of lives transplanted from Japan, Britain, Poland, Russia, Germany, Ireland, Korea, and the United States. The author travels from the insular cities and towns of the east, along ghostly trails through the countryside, to reach the Gran Chaco of the west: the “green hell” covering almost two-thirds of the country, where 4 percent of the population coexists–more or very-much-less peacefully–with a vast array of exotic wildlife that includes jaguars, prehistoric lungfish, and their more recently evolved distant cousins, the great fighting river fish. Gimlette visits with Mennonites and the indigenas, arms dealers and real-estate tycoons, shopkeepers, government bureaucrats and, of course, Nazis. Filled with bizarre incident, fascinating anecdote, and richly evocative detail, At the Tomb of the Inflatable Pig is a brilliant description of a country of eccentricity and contradiction, of beguilingly individualistic men and women, and of unexpected and extraordinary beauty. It is a vivid, often riotous, always fascinating, journey. From the Hardcover edition.

Uruguay

Author : Tim Burford
ISBN : 9781841624778
Genre : Travel
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A new edition of the most in-depth guide available to Uruguay, from secret urban gems to remote rural idylls.

Colombia

Author : Sarah Woods
ISBN : 9781841629216
Genre : Travel
File Size : 30. 76 MB
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This guide to Colombia reflects the resurgence of the country among travellers following years of lawlessness. With a strong focus on the country's cultural attractions, it will appeal to visitors seeking to discover Colombia's renowned flora and fauna, as well as its historic colonial cities, and its range of eco-tourism initiatives

The Paraguay Reader

Author : Peter Lambert
ISBN : 9780822352686
Genre : History
File Size : 60. 43 MB
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This lively compilation of testimonies, journalism, scholarship, political tracts, literature, and illustrations conveys Paraguay's rich history and cultural heritage, as well as its struggles against underdevelopment, foreign intervention, poverty, inequality, and authoritarianism.

Footprint Paraguay Handbook

Author : Geoff Groesbeck
ISBN : 1910120510
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Brimming with information on this under-explored pocket of South America, this Footprint Handbook will open your eyes to the tree-lined avenues of Asuncion and the 16th-century architecture of the Jesuit Missions."

Gal Pagos Wildlife

Author : David Horwell
ISBN : 1841621005
Genre : Travel
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This guide to the wildlife of these extraordinary islands has a lively text and is illustrated throughout with superb full-color photographs of the flora and fauna. Island walks are described in detail, with accompanying full-color maps, while background information features the discoveries of Charles Darwin, the evolution of the island's wildlife, island zones, and conservation. This is the ideal guide for those wishing to plan and prepare for this unique natural history experience or wanting a memento after their visit.

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