Indonesia

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Lonely Planet, 1997 - Travel - 1049 pages
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With 200 detailed maps and a 32-page full-color arts and crafts section, this practical guide is an essential tool for all travelers to Bali, Irian Jaya, Java, Sumatra, and other Indonesian islands. The guide includes an eight-page guide on the best surfing, the lowdown on where to stay and eat for all budgets, and transportation details, from canoes to jet-powered ferries. color. 200 maps.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
13
Government Politics 42 Society Conduct
52
ARTS CRAFTS Colour Section
65
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Turner is a full time travel writer, mainly in South-East Asia.

AUTHOR-Paul Greenway spent one previous life working for an Australian intelligence service in Sydney, Darwin and Canberra (but he can't tell you any more). He then joined Lonely Planet, writing guidebooks to Mongolia, Iran, Botswana, Poland and Ken-ya, among others-as well as Bali. After realising he was too old to write for backpackers, Paul became a high school teacher in Australia, lived in Indonesia promoting educational development programs, and more recently wrote another guidebook and a photo book about his favourite island. Neglecting to get married, Paul now lives in Adelaide, South Australia.

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