To relief the thousands stuck around all over the world (for example Norwegian Pm) because of the Iceland volcano Eyjafjallajökull, Lonely Planet is offering free iPhone apps to stranded travelers and non-stranded iPhone users too!
Eyjafjallajökull Volcano Relief: Iphone Application Store
Countless flights happen to be cancelled previously days because of the Iceland Eyjafjallajökull volcano, travel guide writer Lonely Planet provides some assistance with free iPhone city guides!
‘Travellers stuck in unfamiliar places need use of practical information in addition to suggestions on how to proceed although stranded’, stated Tom Hall, Lonely Planet Travel Editor. ‘That’s why we’re offering iPhone city guides to major affected destinations.’
In most, 13 of their guides are for sale to free. Available until April 22. The Loney Planet travel guides are usually priced between $9.99 and $15.99 each.
The temporary free Apps really are a welcome news for iPhone using travelers and non-travelers alike.
Side note: Seriously, did someone went to sleep in the keyboard once they named the volcano “Eyjafjallajökull”? Appears just like a asdf Typpppoooooo (oops meant typos, went to sleep in the keyboard there).
Free iPhone guides for stranded vacationers [lonely planet blog]
via Lonely Planet offering free iPhone guides in recognition of Eyjafjallajökull messing with Europe [tuaw]
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Photographing the world's most dangerous church – Lonely Planet travel videos
Lonely Planet: Photographer Philip Lee Harvey faces one of his biggest challenges yet: climbing 2500ft to photograph one of the most inaccessible churches in #Ethiopia – if not the whole of #Africa. See how he got on here:\n\n #travel \n #travelphotography \n #lonelyplanet
Mangiabove Guest House: Amazing!
younameme2: Who was filming? That must have been just as scary as well.
Europe Beherschen: Love Ithiopia
Dereje Derib: The country of GOD
bircruz555: At 5:48 it is not 2500 ft., it is 2500 meters or 8202 ft. above sea level.
Lonely Planet: +bircruz555 thank you for flagging!
bircruz555: Newly delivered mothers climb these heights with their newborns to have them baptized in the church. They have been doing so since the 5th century when it was dedicated as a place of worship.
Edgar Gonzalo Montalvo: Impresionante
Gilbert Nutier: beautiful nature that i like !\nhave a nice week !
Lonely Planet: You too, +Gilbert Nutier :)
sonu kumar: Hi… Is this video shot on Camera or Mobile
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Jemali Jemal548: eritrea by Eritrean for Eritrean Eritrea no
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YouPic: Hi there… An exclusive interview with Philip Lee Harvey and his 20 year journey. https://youpic.com/learn/video/1/20-year-journey
Tony Fernandez: I'd like to add this to my bucket list, seems bad ass. Not sure I'd could do that climb though. My hats off to you Philip Lee Harvey.
GetBant: What an amazing place, thank you for making this video but please next time, Don't add the fake suspense.\nThis is an amazing factual piece not top gear or some other show like that.