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In 1973 the very first Lonely Planet guide, Across Asia on the Cheap, written by the company’s co-founder Tony Wheeler, was published. The previous year, Tony and his wife Maureen had driven an old people carrier from London to Afghanistan, sold it in Kabul, before continuing to Australia by whatever form of transport they could
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It’s something of an outrage that Glasgow doesn’t have better big hotels. It’s one of the most dynamic place in Europe, a city that has the cool of New York before they power-washed it to banality, and from The Glasgow Boys to Belle and Sebastian and Alasdair Gray, one of the richest cultural histories in
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