Presents information on the geography, history, economy, and people of Uruguay. Includes a chronology, recipes, project ideas, and more.
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Tim Burford studied languages at Oxford University. In 1991, after a brief career as a publisher, he began writing for Bradt, first covering hiking in eastern-central Europe and then backpacking and ecotourism in Latin America, particularly Chile and Argentina. He researched and wrote the first edition of the Bradt Travel Guide to Uruguay in 2009, followed by its second edition.
This third edition has been updated by Sean Connolly, who first visited Latin America in 2005 and who since then has been chasing the myriad flavours, sounds, and sensations of the region. He first visited Uruguay in 2012 at the conclusion of an overland bus and boat trip through 15 countries in North and South America, from Los Angeles to Tierra del Fuego, and the easy-going charm, genuine warmth, and understated beauty of Uruguay’s land and people have stuck with him ever since.
...invaluable... great information about places off the beaten track along the Maldonado and Rochas coasts. (Telegraph Magazine)
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Book Description Mason Crest, 2009. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111422207099