What follows is my email to the Lonely Planet Blue List book and their reply.
I include this because it lets me pretend that I am writing. And when I am pretending to write, I pretend to be happier.
Places everyone, smile.
Oh, there were three choices of office to contact, one in the USA, one in the UK and one in Australia. I chose the Australia office simply because they had the best strange address:
Locked Bag 1, Footscray, Victoria, 3011
Hello Lonely Planet People,
I bought your Blue List book of 618 Things To Do
& Places To Go. 06-07.I'm enjoying leafing through it and
dreaming of some truly great vacations to come.
Being Canadian, I was happy to see the inclusion
of the Canadian Rocky Mountains
under Most Spectacular Natural Attractions.
A couple of minor items caught my eye
and I thought it best to bring them to your
British Columbia is spelled as I just spelled
it and not Colombia.Also we don't have state borders here but
provinical borders. And by provincial,
I mean from province, not from a lack
We're all rather polite and lovely you know.
Keep up the great work!
Dale Of The Provinces
Thanks for taking the time to let us know
about the British Columbia error, much
I will pass this onto the commissioning
editor so he is aware.I am glad you enjoyed Bluelist..It is great
for day dreaming..All the best Dale Of The Provinces..
God I'm boring aren't I? Even Nicole thinks
so, I'm sure.