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Enrich your travels with reading! Here's a hand-picked list prepared for your journey in conjunction with the book experts at Longitude.
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Man and Sea

OCE188
Brian Skerry, Yann Arthus-Bertrand
Harry N. Abrams
2013
304
1419708236
HARD COVER
Natural History
0
0
0
0
Spectacular aerial images by Yann Arthus-Bertrand and striking underwater photographs by Brian Skerry offer a top-to-bottom tour of the world's oceans, while the enlightening text covers the sea's critical mechanisms, from currents to food chains.
$50.00

Pacific

OCE218
Simon Winchester
HarperCollins
2016
512
0062315420
PAPER
Cultural Portrait
0
0
0
0
Subtitled "Silicon Chips and Surfboards, Coral Reefs and Atom Bombs, Brutal Dictators, Fading Empires, and the Coming Collision," Winchester's far-reaching history explores humanity’s relationship with the world’s largest body of water, the source of both great opportunity and terrifying natural disaster.
$16.99

India

IDA04
Stanley Wolpert
University of California Press
2009
281
0520260325
PAPER
History
0
0
0
0
Wolpert's reflections on India -- its religion and philosophy, its art, culture and politics -- make for a literate, succinct primer.
$34.95

Indonesia, Etc., Exploring the Improbable Nation

INS121
Elizabeth Pisani
W. W. Norton & Company
2015
416
0393351270
PAPER
Cultural Portrait
0
0
0
0
Though she traveled 26,000 miles around the 13,500 islands that comprise Indonesia, journalist Pisani goes far beyond the numbers to explore what holds the impossibly disparate nation together. Along her journey, she debates corruption and cannibalism, navigates impossibly strange traditions and sleeps in a volcano.
$17.95

Cuba, What Everyone Needs to Know

CBA126
Julia Sweig
Oxford University Press
2016
384
0190620374
PAPER
History
0
0
0
0
Director for Latin America Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations, Julia Sweig traces the geography, history and identity of Cuba in this admirably succinct portrait of the island nation and its role in world affairs.
$16.95

Wild Costa Rica

CRC69
Adrian Hepworth
MIT Press
2008
176
0262083833
HARD COVER
Natural History
0
0
0
0
This beautiful, informative survey of the habitats, wildlife and protected areas of Costa Rica features 200 color photographs and chapters on natural history and conservation.
$35.95

A Traveller's History of North Africa

NAF01
Barnaby Rogerson
Interlink Publishing Group
2000
408
1566563518
PAPER
History
0
0
0
0
Wide-ranging, accessible and effectively condensed, this brief history marches confidently through the centuries, covering key events and personalities in Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria to 1999.
$15.95

Asia's Cauldron, The South China Sea and the End of a Stable Pacific

ASA94
Robert D. Kaplan
Random House
2015
256
0812984803
PAPER
History
0
0
0
0
Vividly analyzing the nations where the Western Pacific meets the Indian Ocean, Robert Kaplan explains why this area of the world is an important and turbulent region that we should all be watching.
$17.00

Behind the Beautiful Forevers

IDA654
Katherine Boo
Random House
2014
304
081297932X
PAPER
Cultural Portrait
0
0
0
0
A Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist and writer at The New Yorker, Boo turns her four years among the people of a Mumbai slum into an absorbing tale of the clash of India, new and old, prosperous and disenfranchised.
$17.00

Granada: A Pomegranate in the Hand of God

SPN570
Steven Nightingale
Counterpoint
2016
320
1619027011
PAPER
History
0
0
0
0
Nightingale illuminates the long obscured medieval zenith of Granada, considered an intellectual hotbed until it was sacked by Ferdinand and Isabella in 1492. Granada’s cultural accomplishments include the first modern translations of Greek philosophy and the introduction of algebra.
$17.95

Hong Kong

HKG02
Jan Morris
Vintage Books
1997
384
0679776486
PAPER
Cultural Portrait
0
1
0
0
A wonderful portrait of Hong Kong by one of our favorite travel writers. Morris enumerates the many personal pleasures of the city, deftly interweaving reportage, history and culture.
$17.00

Londoners

GRB69
Craig Taylor
Ecco Press
2013
413
0062005863
PAPER
Cultural Portrait
0
0
0
0
Drawing on the unforgettable stories of nearly 100 Londoners, Taylor provides a rich and vivid kaleidoscopic view of modern-day London through the diverse voices of those who, regardless of whether they love or hate it, capture the heart and soul of one of the world's greatest cities.
$16.99

Luxor Illustrated, With Aswan, Abu Simbel and the Nile

EGY277
Michael Haag
American University in Cairo
2009
96
9774163125
PAPER
Cultural Portrait
0
0
0
0
The ideal companion to a Nile cruise, Haag introduces all the famous monuments and temples of Upper Egypt from Luxor, Karnak, the Valley of the Kings and the tomb of Tutankhamun to the marvels of Aswan and Abu Simbel in full color.
$22.95

National Geographic, Around the World in 125 Years

WLD251
Reuel Golden (Editor)
Taschen
2013
1468
3836549980
HARD COVER
Cultural Portrait
0
0
0
0
From early romantic images of the exotic through the golden age of Kodachrome all the way to the digital age, these three splendidly produced volumes trace the evolution of National Geographic, of photography and of the way we've seen the world since 1888. Organized geographically, it covers the sweep of nature and culture around the world in 1,500 oversized pages, with photographs by Frans Lanting, Steve Curry, David Doubilet, David Alan Harvey and many, many others.
$499.00

Noa Noa, The Tahiti Journal

PAC13
Paul Gauguin, John Miller (Editor)
Dover Publications
1985
96
0486248593
PAPER
Cultural Portrait
0
0
0
0
Gauguin’s impressions of two years in French Polynesia, originally published in 1919. With 24 black-and-white illustrations.
$5.95

Shanghai, The Rise and Fall of the Decadent City 1842-1949

CHN128
Stella Dong
HarperCollins Publishers
2001
318
0060934816
PAPER
History
0
0
0
0
A riveting portrait of "the most pleasure-mad, rapacious, corrupt, strife-ridden, licentious, squalid and decadent city in the world."
$15.99

The Labyrinth of Solitude

MEX08
Octavio Paz
Grove Press
1985
398
080215042X
PAPER
Cultural Portrait
0
0
0
0
These essays by the Nobel Prize-winning poet address Mexican culture and character. The chapters on the Mexican celebration of the Day of the Dead and the conquest are especially memorable.
$17.00

The Path Between the Seas

CAM32
David McCullough
Simon and Schuster Inc.
2004
700
0671244094
PAPER
History
0
1
0
0
A great story, admirably told in vivid, page-turning detail, this is the one book to read on the creation of the Panama Canal.
$20.00

The Reef, A Passionate History

AUS277
Iain McCalman
Macmillan
2015
352
0374535345
PAPER
History
0
0
0
0
McCalman, a historian at the University of Sydney, brings to life the explorers and scientists, beachcombers, divers, indigenous peoples and castaways who first experienced the Great Barrier Reef.
$16.00

Arabian Sands

ARB15
Wilfred Thesiger
Penguin
2007
400
0141442077
PAPER
Exploration
0
1
0
0
The last of the great British traveler-explorers, Thesiger (1910-2003) journeyed among the nomadic camel-breeding peoples of Southern Arabia in the late 1940s, falling in love with the desert and ways of life of the Bedouin. This eloquent book is his tribute to them.
$17.00

The Happy Isles of Oceania

PAC03
Paul Theroux
Mariner Books
2006
480
061865898X
PAPER
Exploration
0
1
0
0
The peripatetic author flies off to Australia and New Zealand with a kayak and ends up exploring much of Melanesia and Polynesia, including Tonga, Fiji and the Marquesas, in this wickedly funny, wide-ranging tale.
$16.95

The Maya

MYA10
Stephen Houston, Michael Coe
Thames & Hudson
2015
320
0500291888
PAPER
Archaeology
0
0
0
0
Coe's clear, concise, illustrated survey of the Maya highlights their chronology, accomplishments and legacy. Ninth edition.
$26.95

A House in Bali

BAL15
Colin McPhee
Charles E. Tuttle Company
2000
213
9625936297
PAPER
Travel Narrative
0
0
0
0
A warm tribute to the people, culture and especially the music of Bali in the 1930s. It's a literary classic, originally published in 1944.
$20.00

Alexandria, A History and Guide

EGY412
E. M. Forster
St. Martins
2014
320
1780763573
PAPER
Travel Narrative
0
0
0
0
In this first-rate travelogue, Forester immortalizes the fabled city of Alexander the Great, the beacon of light and culture symbolized by the greatest library of the ancient world and the place where Antony and Cleopatra played out their doomed love affair. Originally published in 1922.
$18.00

Blue Latitudes, Boldly Going Where Captain Cook Has Gone Before

EXP31
Tony Horwitz
Picador USA
2003
480
0312422601
PAPER
Travel Narrative
0
0
0
0
Sailing on a replica of Endeavour, Horwitz mixes history, fun and adventure in this hilarious recap of Cook's daring voyages around the world.
$20.00

Come on Shore and We Will Kill and Eat You All

NZL96
Christina Thompson
Bloomsbury USA
2009
288
1596911271
PAPER
Biography/Memoir
0
0
0
0
Historian Thompson effortlessly alternates tales of mostly disastrous early encounters with the Maori and the story of the love of her life, Seven, the Maori she married, in this endearing memoir.
$15.00

In a Sunburned Country

AUS83
Bill Bryson
Broadway Books
2001
335
0767903862
PAPER
Travel Narrative
0
1
0
0
The intrepid, ever-resourceful Bryson revels in Australia's eccentric characters, dangerous flora and fauna and other oddities in this wildly funny, effortlessly informative travelogue.
$16.99

Journey to Portugal, In Pursuit of Portugal's History and Culture

PGL23
Jose Saramago
Harvest Books
2002
464
0156007134
PAPER
Travel Narrative
0
0
0
0
Jose Saramago's richly detailed account of his journey across Portugal in 1979. He combines his vivid impressions of the Portuguese landscape and people with a dose of history, fiction and meditation.
$17.95

Sea and Sardinia

ITL349
D.H. Lawrence
Penguin
1999
211
0141180765
PAPER
Travel Narrative
0
0
0
0
A marvelous account of a trip to Sardinia, evoking both the charms and travails of the then-remote island and the personality of the author. It's a pleasingly exaggerated, accessible portrait of life on the island, circa 1921.
$17.00

The Eaves of Heaven, A Life in Three Wars

VNM120
Andrew X. Pham
Crown
2009
320
0307381218
PAPER
Biography/Memoir
0
0
0
0
Pham recounts the story of his father's life during the French occupation, Japanese invasion and the American War, weaving such momentous events with anecdotes from his childhood and details of family, friends, food and daily life.
$16.00

The Gods Drink Whiskey

CBD46
Stephen T. Asma
HarperCollins
2006
288
0060834501
PAPER
Travel Narrative
0
0
0
0
Asma writes with verve and wit in this eye-opening account of his year-long stint teaching at the Buddhist Institute in Phnom Penh. His account is both an overview of Theravada Buddhism and a down-to-earth portrait of contemporary Cambodia.
$14.99

The Travel Book, A Journey Through Every Country in the World

WLD193
Lonely Planet Publications
Lonely Planet Publications
2016
448
178657120X
HARD COVER
Travel Narrative
0
0
0
0
Bigger and better than ever (the third edition of the best-selling original), we can't keep our hands off this celebration of the world. Each country, no matter how big or small, gets a colorful double-page spread in this glossy A-to-Z of travel from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe.
$50.00

Evening Is the Whole Day

MSA22
Preeta Samarasan
Houghton Mifflin Company
2009
352
0547237898
PAPER
Literature
0
0
0
0
Set in post-colonial Malaysia, this richly textured debut novel depicts the unraveling of a wealthy family and the six-year-old daughter left reeling from losses and departures. Samarasan's unflinching yet tender examination of one immigrant family's experience exposes the complexities and layered history of Malaysia itself.
$19.99

Letters from Thailand, A Novel

TLD45
Botan, Susan Fulop Kepner (Translator)
2002
350
9747551675
PAPER
Literature
0
0
1
0
A prize-winning novel first published in 1969 and newly translated into English. Taking the form of a series of letters back home to his mother, it follows the fate of Tan Suang U, a Chinese immigrant in Bangkok at the close of World War II, who marries, raises a family and runs a successful business. The novel, among its many pleasures, depicts daily life in Bangkok's thriving Chinatown.
$19.95

Our Man in Havana

CBA19
Christopher Hitchens (Introduction), Graham Greene
Penguin
2007
240
0142438006
PAPER
Literature
0
1
0
0
The classic story of a British vacuum cleaner salesman who gets accidentally drawn into Cold War espionage with disastrous results.
$16.00

The Moor's Last Sigh

IDA89
Salman Rushdie
Pantheon Books
1997
435
0679744665
PAPER
Literature
0
0
0
0
A sweeping family epic that tackles many of the most complex aspects about Indian culture. In his characteristically rich prose, Rushdie tells the history of India, set among the spice traders of Cochin.
$16.00

Blue Hope

OCE205
Sylvia A. Earle
National Geographic
2014
256
1426213956
HARD COVER
Natural History
0
0
0
0
In this informative, dazzling collection of photographs, maps and essays, deep-sea crusader Earle pays tribute to the ocean. Her aim: to encourage us to love the ocean -- all life on Earth, she writes, depends on it.
$35.00

The Monkey's Bridge, Mysteries of Evolution in Central America

CAM56
David Rains Wallace
2007
280
1595340408
PAPER
Natural History
0
0
0
0
Opening this absorbing account of the history and biogeography of the Central American isthmus with the tale of Columbus, Wallace often weaves his own travels in the region with a crisp overview of exploration, nature and evolution. Natural history buffs and ecologically minded travelers will appreciate this valuable resource.
$18.95

Dawn of the Maya

MYA94
National Geographic Society
National Geographic Video
2004
0792248120
DVD
Film
0
0
0
0
National Geographic investigates the Preclassic Maya, discrediting the belief that they were a primitive culture and revealing instead a flourishing society that created elaborate art and massive pyramids. Runtime: 60 minutes.
$24.95

Egypt Unwrapped

EGY425
J.V. Martin (Director)
National Geographic Video
2009
6315629911
DVD
Film
0
0
0
0
A stunning National Geographic production that explores Egypt’s greatest mysteries, including the construction of the pyramids, the legacy of Ramses the Great and the story behind the Screaming Man’s haunting expression. Running Time: 360 minutes.
$29.95

Gandhi, 25th Anniversary Collector's Edition

IDA402
Richard Attenborough (Director)
Baker & Taylor Video
2013
1424840945
DVD
Film
0
0
0
0
Richard Attenborough's award-winning epic recounts the life and times of Mahatma Gandhi (played by Ben Kingsley). Originally released in 1982, the film was nominated for 11 Oscars and won eight.
$14.95

Last Days in Vietnam

VNM190
Public Broadcasting Corporation (Director)
Baker & Taylor Video
2015
6315840361
DVD
Film
0
0
0
0
This documentary film explores the last days of the Vietnam War and the decision American soldiers and diplomats made as to whether to evacuate only U.S. citizens, or South Vietnamese citizens as well.
$24.99

Ocean Oasis

BJA53
Soames Summerhays
Slingshot
2000
1595520279
DVD
Film
0
0
0
0
Produced by Lindblad naturalist Summerhays in conjunction with the San Diego Natural History Museum, this IMAX film features eye-popping footage of both the desert landscapes and underwater scenes of the invertebrates, fish and especially the whales of Baja California.
$14.99

Rain Forest

CRC101
National Geographic
National Geographic Video
1993
DVD
Film
0
0
0
0
By filming leaf-cutting ants, water-walking lizards, howler monkeys and plenty of other South American creatures, National Geographic created this classic portrayal of the tropical rainforest. Runtime: 60 minutes.
$19.95

South Pacific, Collector's Edition Widescreen

PAC207
Joshua Logan (Director)
Baker & Taylor Video
6310558390
DVD
Film
0
0
0
0
The film adaptation of the hit Broadway musical set on an island in the South Seas during WWII.
$26.98

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Borobudur

INS08
John Miksic
Periplus Editions
2011
157
6029827901
HARD COVER
Archaeology
0
0
0
0
A professor at the University of Singapore, Miksic includes stunning reproductions of the intricately carved reliefs of the ninth-century monument in this invaluable overview.
$49.95

Tales of the South Pacific

PAC18
James Michener
Random House
2014
384
0812986350
PAPER
Literature
9/9/2014
0
0
0
0
The first of the big Michener novels, set in World War II Polynesia. It's great fun, and the basis for the Rogers & Hammerstein musical "South Pacific."
$16.00

Playing With Water: A Passion and Solitude on a Philippine Island

PLP04
James Hamilton-Paterson
Ivan Dee
1994
282
0941533824
PAPER
Biography/Memoir
0
1
0
0
In this altogether wonderful memoir, Hamilton-Paterson writes with unusual warmth of his time among the villagers -- and under the water -- on a small Filipino island.
$14.95

The Song of the Dodo

CON05
David Quammen
Touchstone
1997
700
0684827123
PAPER
Natural History
0
0
0
0
Well-spoken and engaging, Quammen narrates his adventures on the trail of natural wonders in Madagascar, Mauritius, Seychelles, Galapagos and Komodo and explains complex evolutionary phenomena with humor, wit and understanding.
$22.00

L.A. Confidential

CAL35
James Ellroy
Warner Books
1997
496
0446674249
PAPER
Literature
0
0
0
0
James Ellroy's modern noir thriller, a densely plotted yarn in the style of Raymond Chandler. Made into a critically acclaimed film.
$16.00

Gandhi, An Autobiography, or the Story of My Experiments with Truth

IDA163
Mohandas K. Gandhi
Beacon Press
1993
528
0486245934
PAPER
Biography/Memoir
0
0
0
0
There is no substitute for reading Gandhi in his own simple, direct prose. A highly recommended glimpse into the personality and life of this remarkable figure.
$16.95

The Penguin History of Latin America

SAM53
Edwin Williamson
Penguin Putnam
2010
704
0141034750
PAPER
History
0
0
0
0
Beginning with the Spanish conquest, this brisk history covers questions of empire, colonialism and nationalism through the 1980s.
$21.00

The Singapore Grip

SGP13
JG Farrell
NYRB
2005
572
1590171365
PAPER
Literature
0
0
0
0
One of a trio of remarkable historical novels by J.G. Farrell, its centerpiece is the Japanese invasion of British-ruled Singapore. Ranging all over the colony from the slums to posh clubs and cricket fields, it's an evocative portrait of the colonial city in peace and war.
$18.95

Ironfire, A Novel of the Knights of Malta and the Last Battle of the Crusades

MLT18
David Ball
Bantam Doubleday
2005
688
0385338066
PAPER
Literature
0
0
0
0
In this rousing historical novel the fates of a young boy, his sister, one of the Knights of Malta and an inquisitor play out against the backdrop of the 16th-century Ottoman assault on Malta, the formidable citadel of the Knights of St. John.
$15.00

Getting Stoned with Savages, A Trip Through the Islands of Fiji and Vanuatu

PAC168
J. Maarten Troost
Crown
2006
256
0767921992
PAPER
Travel Narrative
0
0
0
0
Troost (Sex Lives of Cannibals) follows up his hilarious account of life in Kiribati with an equally amusing romp in Fiji and Vanuatu. Coaxed back to the islands by promises of a simpler life, Troost faces dangerous weather, potent drugs and tribal chiefs with his wit intact.
$13.99

The Fragile Edge, Diving and Other Adventures in the South Pacific

PAC173
Julia Whitty
Lightning Source
2008
304
0618197168
PAPER
Travel Narrative
0
0
0
0
Whitty illuminates coral reefs, their inhabitants and the pleasures of diving in this memoir of underwater adventures in Rangiroa, Tuvalu and Moorea. Winner of the 2008 Kiriyama Prize and John Burroughs Medal.
$18.95

Pacific Journeys

PAC183
Peter Hendrie
University of Hawaii Press
2003
224
0957740204
HARD COVER
Cultural Portrait
0
0
0
0
A striking portfolio of 330 color photographs of the people, nature and landscape of the region, Hendrie's gorgeous book includes images from his many journeys to Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands, to Tahiti and the Marquesas, Tonga, Fiji, Easter Island and Hawaii over the last 20 years.
$45.00

Confronting the Coffee Crisis: Fair Trade, Sustainable Livelihoods and Ecosystems in Mexico and Central America

GEN462
Chris Bacon (Editor)
MIT Press
2008
400
0262524805
PAPER
Exploration
0
0
0
0
In this wide-ranging analysis, contributors review the historical, political, economic and agro-ecological processes of the coffee industry.
$34.00

Atlantic

OCE156
Simon Winchester
HarperCollins
2011
475
0061702625
PAPER
History
0
0
0
0
The subtitle tells it all -- Winchester squeezes "Great Sea Battles, Heroic Discoveries, Titanic Storms, and a Vast Ocean of a Million Stories" into the covers of this latest entertaining and digressive tale.
$15.99

Granada, A Novel

SPN453
Radwa Ashur, William Granara (Translator)
Syracuse University Press
2003
229
0815607652
HARD COVER
Literature
0
0
0
0
A beautiful and haunting cultural tale about a Muslim family living in Granada at the time of its conquest by Ferdinand and Isabella.
$24.95

Captain Cook, Master of the Seas

PAC237
Frank McLynn
Yale University Press
2012
490
0300114214
PAPER
Biography/Memoir
0
0
0
0
McLynn re-creates the remarkable voyages that took the famous navigator from his native England to the remote Pacific, showing him to be a brave and brilliant seaman who transcended his humble beginnings as a deckhand and triumphed through good fortune, courage and talent.
$25.00

The Luminaries

NZL126
Eleanor Catton
Little Brown and Company
2014
864
0316074292
PAPER
Literature
0
0
0
0
Murder and mystery in 19th-century New Zealand. This epic and intricately constructed tale -- spinning out over 800 pages -- is set during the wild days of the 1866 gold rush on the west coast of South Island. It's just over Arthur's Pass from where Catton was raised in Christchurch.
$18.00

Crossing the Bay of Bengal

IDA692
Sunil Amrith
Harvard University Press
2015
368
067428724X
PAPER
History
0
0
0
0
Home to one in four people on Earth, Malaysia, Singapore, Burma, and Sri Lanka migrants have set sail across these turbulent waters.
$20.50

Full Steam Ahead, A Golden Age of Cruises

TVL589
Boris Danzer-kantof
Trafalgar Square
2014
192
1902686799
HARD COVER
History
0
0
0
0
With photographs, archival reprints and firsthand accounts, this coffee table history of cruising focuses on the freedom and romance of cruise vessels in their golden age.
$44.95

By the Sea, A Photographic Voyage Around the Blue Planet

OCE214
Peter Guttman
Skyhorse
2015
256
1632203308
HARD COVER
Cultural Portrait
0
0
0
0
From the shores of Palau, all the way to the North Pole, award-winning photographer Guttman celebrates all things "seaside" in 240 color photos. A very attractive coffee table compendium.
$35.00

A Map and a Lens, A Photographic Exploration of Jordan's Religious and Cultural Heritage

JRD41
Bashar Tabbah
Consortium
2016
275
1908531460
HARD COVER
Cultural Portrait
8/8/2017
0
0
0
0
The product of ten years of work, this collection of photographs captures Jordan’s most iconic archaeological landmarks and historic sites. British-Jordanian photographer Bashar Tabbah mixes his photos (artfully composed portraits and landscapes) with maps, timelines and informative text.
$45.00

The King and I

TLD129
Walter Lang (Director)
Baker & Taylor Video
1956
6315652794
DVD
Film
0
0
0
0
The unforgettable Rodgers and Hammerstein musical based on the true story of Anna Leonowens (Deborah Kerr), who teachers the royal children while also befriending their father, the King of Siam, played winningly by Yul Brynner.
$29.99

The Savage Shore, Extraordinary Stories of Survival and Tragedy from the Early Voyages of Discovery

AUS303
Graham Seal
Yale University Press
2016
320
0300220413
HARD COVER
History
0
0
0
0
Debunking misconceptions about the "discovery" of Australia, historian Graham Seal tells the enthralling, previously untold stories of shipwrecks, historic landings and native encounters that happened long before Captain Cook.
$35.00

The Chicken and the Quetzal

GML20
Paul Kockelman
Duke
2016
208
0822360721
PAPER
Cultural Portrait
0
0
0
0
In this very academic study, Kockelman discusses conservation and eco-tourism in relation to cultural values through the story of a small village in the Guatemalan highlands where citizens were encouraged to abandon farming methods that were endangering the Quetzal.
$23.95