Abandon the Cube Featured on Lonely Planet

Good news for travel buffs, Lonely Planet now has a program that features great travel blogs. This program has exploded in the travel community and you can now see select posts from ATC on related Lonely Planet destination pages. If you have not heard of Lonely Planet, it is a company well known to most travelers for their comprehensive guides that cover nearly 100% of the world (even Antarctica!).  For the international traveler there really is not another guide company that comes close to LP in terms of information at the country and major city level. We use LP guides when traveling abroad, and have quite a collection of their books, including some of their compilation books composed by travelers who have interesting stories to share.

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Now Abandon the Cube is part of this great endeavor to make travel information more accessible. On each Lonely Planet destination page you’ll find info on each country, including links to our blog, where applicable. There are not alot of people, for example, who have spent significant amounts of time in Turkmenistan, but we have. Thus, our blog adds new information and insight to the Lonely Planet reader. That’s how we help make Lonely Planet better.

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2 thoughts on “Abandon the Cube Featured on Lonely Planet

  1. Geno

    Congratulations for being featured now on Lonely Planet. Your insight into some rare and exotic countries such as Turkmenistan will be invaluable.

  2. Josh

    Congratulations guys! I hope all the prep plans for the Mongol Rally are going well. I’m finally out of Xinjiang so I’ll be contacting you and putting up a post for you in the next two weeks.

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