- Author:Tom Barry
- Publisher:Interhemispheric; 3rd edition (June 1991)
- Pages:108 pages
- FB2 format1543 kb
- ePUB format1164 kb
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Costa Rica : A Country Guide. By (author) Tom Barry. Publication date 01 Jun 1991. Publisher LATIN AMERICA BUREAU. Publication City/Country London, United Kingdom. We can notify you when this item is back in stock. Illustrations note map. ISBN10 0911213368. ISBN13 9780911213362.
Costa Rica is a relatively small country in Central America, encompassing 19,700 square miles (51,100 . With the exception of San Jose and some of the bigger cities such as Limon, Costa Rica is a relatively easy country to travel around. Directions are typically given using landmarks.
Costa Rica is a relatively small country in Central America, encompassing 19,700 square miles (51,100 square kilometers) of land between Nicaragua and Panama. There are seven provinces and multiple different climate zones and ecosystems. For example, drive 100 meters north and take a left at the yellow house on the corner.
According to Tom Barry in his book Costa Rica: A Country Guide, infant deaths are fewer than 18 per 1,000 compared with 79 per 1,000 in Guatemala. Moreover, life expectancy is 74 years for males and 76 for females-the highest in Central America. During the 1980s, Costa Ricans were able to arrest the spread of illnesses brought into the country by the flood of Salvadoran and Nicaraguan refugees thanks to their health facilities and their effective methods of disseminating information regarding health issues.
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This indispensable guide offers a comprehensive, country-by-country look at the .
This indispensable guide offers a comprehensive, country-by-country look at the current state of affairs in the most explosive region of the hemisphere. Largely ignored by the American public and often exploited by Washington, Central America became a center of . and world attention in 1979 with the Sandinista revolution in Nicaragua and the continuing guerrilla war in El Salvador. Digging from the inside out, Tom Barry provides a trenchant analysis of the region's internal dynamics and international relations, examining in detail each country's government and politics, military, economy, society, and environment, as well as the role played there by the United States.
Explore Costa Rica holidays and discover the best time and places to visit. is serene watersis a hidden oasisis traveling to new heights. Centering yourself on a surfboard or yoga mat, descending into bat-filled caves or ascending misty volcanic peaks, hiking, biking or ziplining – your only limit is your return date. Photo by nico blueImage by Kryssia Campos, Getty ImagesImage by Simon Dannhauer, Getty Images. Welcome to Costa Rica.