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David Stanley, 2001 - Travel - 359 pages
Moon Handbooks are more than just travel guides -- they're reference tools, ideal for independent travelers who desire complete immersion in the culture of their destination. The only guidebooks to win Lowell Thomas Awards from the Society of American Travel Writers six years in a row, Moon Handbooks deliver a wealth of practical advice, as well as in-depth coverage of each region's history, geography, people, arts, politics, and social issues.

-- Engaging narratives that allow readers to capture the true spirit of their destination -- even before they head out the door

-- Helpful information on language, transportation, accommodations, restaurants, outdoor recreation, and sightseeing

-- Detailed maps that highlight city streets, highways, hiking trails, and parks

-- Dozens of online resource listings for easy travel planning and booking

-- Additional Moon Handbooks information on destinations throughout North America, Latin America, the Caribbean, Asia, and the Pacific can be found at

-- Strong on history, recreational opportunities, and cultural events


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Vakaviti is closed byt the Fiji Hotel Licencing Authority in dec 2015 and because he won't fix up the health and safety recommendations the motel and dorm has been permenantly closed and not open for business anymore.

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This book is now 10 years old - a lot has changed in Fiji and a lot of the information regarding the hotels and restaurants are outdated. Expect to pay at least double the prices that are listed!!

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About the author (2001)

Since 1979 David Stanley has authored numerous travel guidebooks to the Pacific Islands, Alaska, Canada, Cuba, and Eastern Europe for Lonely Planet and Moon Handbooks. Over the years he has visited almost every country in the world. He currently lives on Vancouver Island, Canada.

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