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Lonely Planet Travel Tips Contest Winners

Instructables and Lonely Planet are happy to announce the winners of the Lonely Planet Travel Tips Contest!

The world is a big and crazy place and to truly understand that you need to see it in person. Thanks to the entries in this contest we can learn from the mistakes and successes of others and help plan for a better trip in the future. The advice in these Instructables cover trips both grand and small, but all of the finalists have some advice that would be helpful.

With all of the cool travel books from Lonely Planet as prizes we can only hope that these travelers will be planning yet another trip to explore a new place and get another perspective on life.

Now, on with the winners!


Third Prize

The authors of these Instructables will each receive their choice of Lonely Planet phrasebook and an Instructables patch and stickers. In random order.


Second Prize

The authors of these Instructables will each receive Bluelist 2008: The Best in Travel, choice of a Lonely Planet guidebook, and an Instructables t-shirt. In random order.


First Prize

The authors of these Instructables will each receive a choice of Cities, Asia, or Africa photo book, Bluelist 2008: The Best in Travel, choice of a Lonely Planet guidebook, and an Instructables t-shirt. In random order.

Handy Tricks: World Traveler Edition
by stasterisk

Packing for Tropical Travel
by aneel

Turning a Cruise Full of Old People into a Death Defying Adventure
by iwasthinkingaboutsoup


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Congratulations, everyone!
Thank you! Now, which language...?
Do you want something useful (being able to possibly communicate with someone) or a language that nobody around there speaks, but would be fun to use?
Good grief - there's a British phrasebook!

> indecisive <
Is there an American English phrase book? LOL
Actually, there is!

There's an Australian one as well!
I don't see it...
Broken link?
No, it was British, not American.
Ah, it was a guide to Britain for Americans, including "translations" of various sayings, so I read it as a UK/US phrasebook.
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