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astrix2212  
#1 Posted : Thursday, November 21, 2013 11:04:31 PM(UTC)
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Hello everyone,
I'm getting ready for my big trip to the far East and I'm debating whether to buy those books from Lonely Planet India series etc. Between 150-210 rates per number and I'm going to explore: India-Nepal at >. > > Burma-Laos-Vietnam-Cambodia-Thailand and cost me the set $ 600 worth? ,
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easyman  
#2 Posted : Friday, November 22, 2013 12:02:34 AM(UTC)
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Those heavy weight books and carry them weigh
I think they have very interesting history and explanations of places and sites as well as recommendation for guest houses, restaurants, and other services also cautions and dangers and annoyances, the destination, and the endless travel time on buses and trains, India and Nepal could buy in main Bazaar in Delhi,
There are bookstores of Hebrew also,
Also in Thamel in Kathmandu can find cheaply.
But to carry the books together if it can go number one and sell it to a bookstore at the end of the trip, (or to another destination if you read English have more options to find but in Hebrew
Or even buy other travelers finished the trip)
Thailand-Thailand tour shouldn't tell it very easy though it is a State that needs her more cautious crime-ridden country, drugs, prostitution, alcohol and drunkenness, rogues and cheats and lots of local violence, and tourists. And should be very careful there, in kaoosen road, may find bookstores, (Viet Nam and Cambodia, these kind of places for visitors to buy but buy in Thailand no Hebrew English).
You should buy only country India (India's book is very interesting and up-to-date and helpful there) I think the first goal or then replace or sell and buy according to the destination and destination,
Lonely Planet also have online but not in Hebrew if you speak and read English, so that's good.
Sometimes it's better to travel spontaneously, too and sometimes these books even prejudiced by "certain advertising spots usually are good and up to date,
BTW I'm a bit angry as Israel for their release Chile in South America during perils and annoyances travellers Israelis described as a nuisance, even if it's true it's very difficult to sleep in a hotel full of Israelis but thoughtful and loud to publish it as a nuisance! Had to publish also the British drunks they are violent and angry menace much more breaking aishrali and rude. In conclusion if you carry all the books that weigh 3 pounds together! 41599.9217939815 easyman
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#3 Posted : Friday, November 22, 2013 10:50:15 PM(UTC)
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The Kindle device will cost you a $ 200 ($ 20 for shipping through buy2usa.co.il for example ו70 $ the device) with a Messenger to the House and weighs about 200 g. The books in electronic version will cost you approximately $ 60 each and there seems to be a lot less too.
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