Following on from his successful foray into headline-making trouble spots with Bad Lands, Lonely Planet founder Tony Wheeler encounters the challenges of travel in the world's Dark Lands. He gets stoned (of the thrown variety) in Palestine, scores a speeding ticket in Zimbabwe, and visits Osama bin Laden's Abbottabad in Pakistan, shining a light into places where most people fear to tread.
Tony Wheeler’s follow-up to the controversial Bad Lands: A Tourist on the Axis of Evil.
Lonely Planet’s co-founder travels to some of the world’s most feared and misunderstood places – including Pakistan, the Congo, Haiti and Columbia.
Tony’s frank appraisal of his experience in each country will shine a light onto places where many fear to tread.Edition: 1st edition Aug 2013
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