Publisher: Foreign & Commonwealth Office 2010
Number of pages: 52
This guide is packed with insights and useful tips from the experts at Lonely Planet to help you choose your destination, plan your trip and know what to do if things come unstuck. Whether you’re young at heart or a seasoned traveller, we've given you the knowledge -- but how you choose to execute your adventure is up to you.
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