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Learn Another Language and Travel the World With Help of Lonely Planet

 

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OK, so learning another language and travel the world have been on your New Year’s resolution list, your summer vacation to-do list, your bucket list, and your vision board for 10ish years now. Let’s do something about it while we have an amazing deal on Lonely Planet and Transparent Language guides. Pay what you want for up to 39 guides valued at over $2,500 at the Mary Sue Shop to plan the trip of a lifetime and know how to say something other than “where is the bathroom, please” once you get where you’re going.

When you pay what you want, you can beat the average reader price to get all 39 language guides—that include Russian, French, Italian, Spanish, Mandarin, and a ton more. Don’t want to beat the average? No problem. Just name your own price and you’ll still get eight guides in Portuguese, Tagalog, Thai, Vietnamese, and more.

There’s a reason that Transparent and Lonely Planet are the go-tos for travelers and language learners, and the options in this bundle are no exception. Not only will you get Transparent’s language bundles used by government organizations, educational institutions, libraries, and companies around the world, but you’ll also have your pick of travel guides from Lonely Planet, so you can get the most out of your travel.

Think full-color maps, itineraries that help you tailor your trip to your personal needs and interests, insider tips that get you around like a local, help you avoid crowds and trouble spots, and save you time and money, and essential info like hours of operation, phone numbers, websites, transit tips, prices, and honest reviews for spots at all budgets. If you’re going out of the country, having the world’s leading travel authority as your travel buddy is a good idea.

Pay what you want for up to 39 guides valued at over $2,500 at the Mary Sue Shop, and start packing. (Lonely Planet can help with that, too.)

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