Western Mexico – A Traveller’s Treasury by Tony Burton
Well-known guide to western Mexico, including: Chapala, Ajijic, Colima, Patzcuaro, Tepic, Monarch Butterflies.
This delightful, well-written book contains dozens of suggestions for daytrips and longer excursions in western Mexico. Burton avoids destinations on the beaten tourist track such as Guadalajara, Puerto Vallarta or Morelia, to concentrate on lesser-known places. Eight original maps and 35 charming pen and ink illustrations by Canadian artist Mark Eager. Cover is an original watercolor by Austrian artist Georg Rauch. Annotated bibliography and completely indexed, 201 pages.$15.95 Canada U.S.
Lake Chapala Through the Ages, an anthology of travellers’ tales by Tony Burton
Lake Chapala is no longer a paradise without a past. Join award-winning author Tony Burton as he explores the fascinating history of the Lake Chapala region’s formative years – from the arrival of conquistadors in the early 1500s to the start of the Mexican Revolution in 1910.
Softcover, xiv+215 pages, with map, more than twenty original illustrations by Rosemary Chan, glossary, bibliographic references and index.$20.00 Canada/U.S.
Geo-Mexico, the geography and dynamics of modern Mexico by Richard Rhoda and Tony Burton
“a comprehensive analysis of what is going on in Mexico today”
Professor Henry Bullamore, Frostburg State University, MD.
supported by http://geo-mexico.com $30.00 Canada/US
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