Chile and Easter Island

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Lonely Planet, 1997 - Chile - 545 pages
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Lonely Planet's Travel Survival Kits cover one country, or a small group of countries, in depth, with travel and accommodation options to suit a range of budgets. These guides are designed to be easy to use, providing practical travel information in a lively, entertaining style. Features of this series include: cultural and historical background; detailed maps of cities, towns and rural areas; information on getting there and getting around; practical information on every aspect of travel; health and safety advice; information on local cuisine; advice on customs and etiquette; key words, phrases and basic grammar of local languages; and names of places, restaurants and hotels in foreign script where applicable.

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Contents

FACTS ABOUT CHILE
13
NORTE GRANDE
23
Government Politics
34
Copyright

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Bernhardson was born in Fargo, North Dakota, grew up in Tacoma, Washington, and earned a Ph.D. in geography at the University of California, Berkeley.

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