Posts Tagged ‘travel’

An Interview with Piers Pickard

Elephant walking on forest trail.
To celebrate the release of the new third edition of The Travel Book, Lonely Planet’s Managing Director of Publishing Piers Pickard answered a few of our questions about the production of the book –- and on the state of travel in general.   Longitude. We were thrilled to see this updated third edition of The
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The Travel Book

The Travel Book
Lonely Planet’s The Travel Book was first published in 2004 to much acclaim and has since sold over one million copies, becoming an essential part of any traveler’s library. Just released in its third edition, this encyclopedia of fun facts, essential travel information, excellent recommendations and vivid color photographs is an armchair traveler’s best friend. Each country
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What to Read in Rio

What to Read in Rio
Speculation, debate and excitement have built all summer leading up to the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Read up on the history, current events and culture of the controversial host country with our selection of books on Brazil. We’ve thrown a guidebook and map in as well for those adventuresome sports fans who may
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Cuba

Cuba
Kindly contributed by award-winning photographer Lorne Resnick, who in his new book Cuba, This Moment, Exactly So  presents passionate and heartwarming moments from the “Pearl of the Antilles.” His 250 black-and-white photographs are organized around 30 micro-stories and include a foreword by the great travel writer Pico Iyer.   I first visited Cuba in the
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