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History and World Travel Books
The True History of Cozumel
The True History of Cozumel Volume 2
Natural History of Cozumel
The True History of the Foods of Yucatan
Mayan Ruins of San Gervasio
Chichén Itzá: If we build it, they will come.
The True History of Playa del Carmen
Cozumel’s Cult of Ix Chel
The True History of Gonzalo Guerrero
Blood, Guts, & Gore
El Orión: El primero periódico publicado en Quintana Roo
The History of Horseshoes
The Lost Kivas of San Lazaro
Forrest Fenn’s Mysterious Seventeenth Century Delfware Plate from San Lazaro
Travel Account Books
The Adventures of Tradier Ric, part 1: Kuna Yala
The Adventures of Trader Ric, part 2: On the trail of Cristóbal Colon
The Adventures of Trader Ric, part 3: Towards the headwaters of the Tapanahonie River
You can’t get there from here
Travel Guide Books
Cozumel Survival Manual
Mexico Survival Manual
SPAIN: Hidden Secrets & Dirty Tricks
Kuna Art and Artifacts
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To get the most of your visit to the archaeological site of San Gervasio you definitely need to get a copy of this guide.
Beneath the park of Xcaret lies an astounding amount of history. Read this before you go to understand where to look for it.
This is the book you will wish you read before you went to Tulum!
The True History of Cozumel… none of that tourist brochure BS! (también disponible en español)
Ric Hajovsky’s account of the discovery and excavation of two underground ceremonial chambers in the 17th century Tano Indian pueblo of San Lazaro in the Galisteo Basin outside of Santa Fe, NM.
Ever wonder how horseshoes came to be? Read this and you’ll see!
Whether you are looking to move to Cozumel permanently, or just part time, this is the book you need to read!
Thinking of moving to Mexico? Read this first!
All you need to know in order to travel throughout Spain in high style, but at a budget price.
Non-fiction account of Ric’s experiences with the Kuna Indians of the San Blas Islands of Panama.
More of Ric’s adventures along the coast of Veraguas, Panama on the trail of Christopher Columbus.
The third installment of Ric’s adventures, this time with the Ndjuka Maroons of Suriname.
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