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Lonely Planet Bluelist

The other day I was reading Marginal Revolution, and saw a recommendation for the Lonely Planet Bluelist. The book is a survey of the current state of tourism in most of the countries in the world. It has a bunch of fun lists, a lot of pretty pictures, and some useful information as well. I find the book to be incredibly inspirational, not just when it comes to planning possible vacations, but in feeling better about the human race as a whole. I spend a lot of my time ticked off at the state of mankind, but I am grateful to live in an interesting world filled with amazing places and fascinating people, and to live in a time when a lot of it is accessible to me, not just in person but online and in print. The Bluelist is a good reminder of just how grateful we should be. Lonely Planet also has a companion web site for the book, where you can publish your own “blue list” of travel recommendations.

2 Comments

  1. I have always loved Lonely Planet! Their guide books are the best ever. I have looked at their site in the past, but will have to check the bluelist out.

  2. Bought it for a friend on your review (sight unseen), now I just need to get someone to send mea copy 🙂

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