Adventure not over for Lonely Planet founder

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Adventure not over for Lonely Planet founder

Wheeler’s new book chronicles travels in Congo, Colombia, Pakistan
In his new book, Dark Lands, Tony Wheeler, co-founder of Lonely Planet, writes about his visit to the Nyiragongo volcano near Goma in the Democratic Republic of Congo across the border from Rwanda.
Tony Wheeler, co-founder of Lonely Planet, stands within the rusting wreckage of a mining truck at the gigantic Panguna mine site in Bougainville, Papua New Guinea. The site was abandoned by the owners Rio Tinto when the war in Bougainville broke out in 1989.

Adventure not over for Lonely Planet founder

In his new book, Dark Lands, Tony Wheeler, co-founder of Lonely Planet, writes about his visit to the Nyiragongo volcano near Goma in the Democratic Republic of Congo across the border from Rwanda.
Tony Wheeler, co-founder of Lonely Planet, stands within the rusting wreckage of a mining truck at the gigantic Panguna mine site in Bougainville, Papua New Guinea. The site was abandoned by the owners Rio Tinto when the war in Bougainville broke out in 1989.
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