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The 'Bible' debunked?

How much credence do you give your trusty guidebook?
13 years ago, April 14th 2008 No: 1 Msg: #32570  
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They didn't pay me enough to go to Colombia. I wrote the book in San Francisco. I got the information from a chick I was dating...

Lonely Planet rebuts 'fake' claim

Having met a few authors in my time I'm actually surprised this is such a revelation!? Reply to this

13 years ago, April 14th 2008 No: 2 Msg: #32572  
Hello Jason 😊

I moved this to the forum for travel related news.

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13 years ago, April 14th 2008 No: 3 Msg: #32574  
Here is another thread about this topic.

The other thread

I am locking this thread. The discussion can be continued in the other one.


15th April
Hello Jason 😊

For some reason the private messaging system wont let me reply to your message so I will reply here.
I wanted to put one of the threads about the Lonely Planet on the front page so I linked them both together and then locked this one. There is a link to this thread in the other one and visa versa. So there is no need to pull this thread. It is still part of the conversation. The locking is just to make sure everybody replies on the same thread to make the conversation easier to follow.

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