Off Track Planet's Travel Guide for the Young, Sexy, and Broke by Editors of Off Track Planet

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The sections on art and design provide terrific takes on background history...The food sections deal with cheap and traditional eats—often street food—to be had in places such as Argentina and Vietnam. Such chapters help to round out this trendy and visually appealing guidebook.
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This all-encompassing travel guide features approximately 100 exciting destinations like Buenos Aires, Brazil, Columbia, Greece, and Thailand, and everything college students, grads, and those in their twenties and thirties want to know about them, including: the cities with the craziest sex shops; the best places to get a tattoo; where to check out some amazing street art; why you should try fried bugs; the best clubs to party until dawn; and much more. Broken into three parts, the first section focuses on what to do and where: food, fashion, music, sports, sex and partying, and more. The second half of the book dives into practical tips and advice on budgeting, hostels, and transportation, and the third section offers great ideas about extending your stay. Entertaining and informative, this lively guide also includes fun charts and graphs and 100 to 150 full-color photos throughout.


 

About Editors of Off Track Planet

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Off Track Planet launched their website in 2010 out of a hostel in Brooklyn. Since its launch, their website has reached more than two million readers online and receives more than 100,000 monthly visitors. OTP is headquartered in Brooklyn, New York.
 
Published May 14, 2013 by Running Press. 224 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Travel, Action & Adventure. Non-fiction
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The sections on art and design provide terrific takes on background history...The food sections deal with cheap and traditional eats—often street food—to be had in places such as Argentina and Vietnam. Such chapters help to round out this trendy and visually appealing guidebook.

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