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Footprint Focus travel guides are specially designed for the needs of today's travelers. Sumatra provides you with all the information you need and none of the stuff that you don't. · Insightful, in-depth and up-to-date information · Extensive listings and expert advice on where to stay, where to eat and what to do

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Paul Dixon has travelled extensively in Southeast Asia, Eastern Europe, North Africa and the Indian subcontinent. He has spent the last nine years living and working in Indonesia, Singapore, Saudi Arabia and China as an English teacher. When not preparing his students for exams, Paul writes travel articles for several foreign magazines and travel websites, as well as helping to research and write guidebooks for Footprint.

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Useful for basic info. Handy size. Oct. 22 2014
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A very helpful book for background info on Indonesia, some helpful phrases to know for interactions with Indonesians, and good tips on the highlight tourist spots in Sumatra. I found it very useful for my brief trip there (8 days) this past summer. If you do go, you should consider having someone with you who is fluent in Bahasa Indonesian, as the locals will actually be even more helpful to you than the book.

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