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Lonely Planet South America on a Shoestring

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Paperback, 11th Edition, 1064 pages
Published April 1st 2010 by Lonely Planet Publications
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Melissa
May 11, 2012 Melissa rated it liked it
[2010.10.17] 3.5 stars. Helpful in planning our Fall 2010 South America trip (7.5 weeks). Especially useful for the countries that don't have more recent country guides yet, e.g. Brazil (current LP edition was from 2008). However, I felt a bit disappointed by the accuracy of the information for Brazil -- it was still better than LP Brazil 2008, but, it could have been even better. I hope the information will be even more updated for their Brazil 2010 country guide that will be released at the en ...more
Shane
Jun 21, 2010 Shane is currently reading it
So far, I cannot tear myself away from this dense collection of details about traveling in South America. I am planning a 40th birthday adventure there and this is coming in very useful in dreaming and planning for that trip. Lonely Planet guides always include the best details on just the sorts of alternative things I am interested in--gay/lesbian travel, vegetarian eats, off-the-beaten path gems, concise histories, etc. I am sure to get a lot of use out of this one for years to come.
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Shelves: travel
Lonely Planet never disappoints (although more frequent update editions would be nice). My next adventure has been decided.
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