The Lonely Planet Guide to Experimental Travel

The Lonely Planet Guide to Experimental Travel

Book - 2005
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The new phenomenon of experimental tourism, developed by Joel Henry, founder of the Laboratory of Experimental Tourism, has turned the traditional way we travel on its head. Humorous, engaging and practical, the Lonely Planet Guide to Experimental Travel taps into the current interest in exploring different ways of seeing and behaving. It inspires us to be open to new experiences and to let chance be our guide. Part philosophy, part travel guide to a new way of traveling and at times surreal, this user-friendly, tongue-in-cheek manual-style book includes practical experiments to follow, both while traveling and when at home.
Publisher: Melbourne ; Oakland, Calif. : Lonely Planet Publications, c2005
ISBN: 9781741044508
Branch Call Number: ANF 910.202 ANT
Characteristics: 276 p. : ill. ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Henry, Joel
Alternative Title: Experimental travel


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