West Africa: a travel survival kit

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Lonely Planet Publications, Sep 1, 1992 - Reference - 747 pages
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Second, updated edition of a travel guide first published in 1988 which ranges from cosmopolitan Dakar to remote Timbuktu. Sixteen countries are covered including regions away from the tourist track. Includes detailed historical, geographical and cultural information as well as advice on accommodation, where to eat, what to see, transport, health and visa requirements. Also contains useful phrases, 115 maps and an index.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
13
LIBERIA
16
FACTS FOR THE VISITOR
39
Copyright

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About the author (1992)

Newton was raised in Georgia and joined the Peace Corps in the 1960s and was for three years in Guatemala. He then worked on Wall Street as a lawyer. He then studied development economics and French and ended up in West Africa working on development assistance programs. He moved on to similar work in Ecuador.

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