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In Search of Andalucia
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In Search of Andalucia (Hardback)

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Informative, entertaining travelbook/guide to the stunning but less-well known Costa del Sol area. Guaranteed to inspire you to explore further. If your idea of a holiday is sitting on the beach all day, think again. In Search of Andalucia will inspire you to explore further and really appreciate the history behind Spain's most popular holiday destination. This informative and humorous travel-book covers the Malaga Seaboard, including the celebrated Costa del Sol. The authors explore each town and `pueblo' like the village elder, with amusing anecdotes and thought-provoking theories. `In Search of Andalucia' is a guide in the most literal sense of the word. It cannot fail to entertain as well as to educate and thanks to the eighty stunning full-colour photographs, this book is as happy sitting on the coffee table as it is packed into a rucksack.

History & PoliticsHistory: specific events & topicsHistorical geographyHistory & PoliticsRegional & national historyEuropean historyTravel & MapsPlaces & peoples: pictorial works Publisher: Carnegie Publishing Ltd Publication Date: 14/05/2003 ISBN-13: 9781859360996  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Christopher Wawn was born in London and grew up in the Cambridge area. He has a degree in History and Geography from Keele University, which gave him a good understanding of man's impact upon the environment and landscape. His Army service helped develop a spatial awareness and the love of open space. His career brought him to Gibralter in 1987, where he met his future wife, and decided to stay. Today he works in the Offshore Private Banking sector. David Wood was also born in London. His humorous articles and stories have appeared in magazines both in England and Spain over many years. After working for almost twenty years in the Royal Mail in England, he and his Gibraltar-born wife moved to southern Spain in 1989. He has two grown-up children and now works in the holiday/leisure industry. Michelle Chaplow is an award-winning freelance photographer who lives in southern Spain. Specialising in travel and tourism, her photo-journalism has appeared in books, magazines and newspapers across Europe and the USA. Michelle was awarded the prestigious photography contract by the Spanish National Tourist Board to document the coast of Andalucia.

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