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Thursday, 4 July 2013

Latest get lost Magazine Dances with the Devil



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Australia’s favourite travel magazine, get lost, is pushing the boundaries of conventional tourism with a Seven Deadly Sins of Travel special section.

The team has indulged their wicked wandering ways to tempt readers with a sinful roll call of devilish travel experiences. They’ve braved fire and brimstone to sample the best of the best sojourns for sinners – from the unashamedly gluttonous, to the decadent, and the little bit naughty.

Pick of a copy of Issue #37 (if you dare) and stuff yourself in a calorie soaked Las Vegas burger den. Join a time-honoured food fight in Berlin, explore your erotic side in Jamaica and penny pinch on New York Stock Exchange.

“There’s something to tempt every reader’s sinful desire,” get lost publisher Justin Jamieson said.

“The team has had a lot of fun putting this special section together and, like everything we do at get lost, we have really stretched our imaginations to bring readers an exciting and entertaining package of ideas that puts a unique twist on travel.

“get lost magazine has never been about run-of-the-mill travel and I think readers will agree we’ve really pushed the envelope this time.”

Issue #37 also introduces readers to the far-flung island of Siquijor in the Philippines, takes them on an epic motorbike adventure through the Himalayas and gets them jiving at Switzerland’s alpine jazz festival.

There are also encounters with manta rays, mysteries to unravel in Peru, a night in a cave in the Solomons and much, much more.

Issue #37 is on sale now in newsagents and is available online through Apple Newsstand and Kindle



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