North Africa: A Lonely Planet Travel Survival Kit

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Lonely Planet Publications, 1995 - Travel - 795 pages
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This is the most detailed and comprehensive guide to the Maghreb - Moroco, Algeria, Tunisia and Libya - and it's packed with down-to-earth information and reliable advice for every budget. It points the way to fascinating bazaars, superb beaches and the vast Sahara - as well as to the cheapest couscous in Tunis and the best hotel in Casablanca.

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Simonis is a journalist. He has a degree in languages and several years of newspaper experience.

Ann Jousiffe was an experienced journalist, photographer and writer of travel guides. Her previous publications include Lebanon (Lonely Planet, 1998) and contributing chapters to Jordan, Syria and Lebanon (Lonely Planet, 1999) and North Africa (Lonely Planet, 1998). Sadly, she passed away before this book was published.

Willett is a freelance journalist based in New South Wales, Australia. He grew up in England.

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