For those of us who have found ourselves living in interesting places, there is a price to pay. Many prices, actually. One of them is handling the deluge of enquiries from friends-of-friends who get in touch for information on places to stay, what to do, where to shop, and all manner of other likely and unlikely questions.
Here is the answer. Tell them, “Go get yourself Luxed.” Refer all enquiries to the LUXE GUIDES and they will thank you profusely ever after. This series of breast-pocket-sized, drool-proof, accordion-folded guides answer all the questions worth asking.
I for one, am allergic to guide books in general, but the LUXE GUIDES never make me sneeze. They are non-allergenic, consummately stylish pocket travel guides, packed with astute, opinionated information for the busy and sophisticated visitor. Anything that you need to know before arriving in Bali, Chiang Mai, Luang Prabang, London, Melbourne, Phuket, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Florence, Tokyo, Seoul, Singapore, SriLanka, Barcelona, Sydney, Madrid, Berlin, Dubai, Hanoi, Bangkok, New York, Singapore, Chicago, Cambodia or Los Angeles is in the LUXE GUIDES.
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