South America on a Shoestring

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Lonely Planet, 2007 - Travel - 1148 pages
Lonely Planet's Shoestring Guides are the passport to the adventure of a lifetime--without blowing a traveller's budget. Along with insider tips on how to eat, sleep and travel cheaply are sections that cover studying, working and volunteering.The fully revised edition of South America on a Shoestring includes more off-the-beaten-track destinations as well as nearly 200 pages of maps and a strong focus on activities.

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