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Destination Editor for Asia (North), and resident hop head, +Megan Eaves will be chatting to Neil 'Mr. World' Taylor from independent beer brand, BrewDog, who have bars from Sao Paulo to Stockholm. Neil oversees the brand's international bars and is in charge of finding new sites and cities around the globe.

Click 'yes' to pop this broadcast into your calendar and watch on at 3pm GMT Friday 07 October. Post your questions to answer and topics to discuss,  for Neil and Megan, to the hasthag  #lphangout  on Twitter, or just hear in the comments box to left!

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My most recent article for Lonelyplanet.com, uncovering what to eat (and what I ate) in Taiwan.
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My latest for +Lonely Planet on how to backpack the Silk Road through China.
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I support the January 18th Wikipedia blackout to protest SOPA and PIPA. Show your support here http://tinyurl.com/7vq4o8g
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+Lonely Planet shared a few of my snaps from a recent trip to China.
 
Some mouth watering food snaps from China Destination Editor +Megan Eaves on her recent authoring assignment in Qinghai, China.

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It's #TGIF Spotify travel playlist time!

Often our playlists destination oriented, to give you a feel of the place even if you might not be there or never have been there. This one is of a more thematic nature as we'd love for contributions from our fans.

The playlist has been switched to 'collaborative' so just follow it in Spotify and add any songs to the list that make you want to travel. Our Lonely Planet London staffers have already added some of their own (thanks to +Megan Eaves!) to get the ball rolling. 

Click on the link below, or for other travel themed music playlist follow lonely_planet in Spotify. Happy Friday!
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Latest article for +Travelhoppers on the best of Berlin.
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The lovely PlacesToStay.com has interviewed me about travelling in Ireland. http://bit.ly/17Dk7px
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My Dublin guide for CNN.
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there seems to be a LOT of spammers coming onto google plus now...
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I've seen a few. I remember when this happened to Twitter too.
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12 Irish destinations for 2012
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2012 Irish destinations. Top 12 places to see and things to do in Ireland for 2012.

Great Irish hostels
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Ireland has some great hostels, from city backpacker joints to countryside inns that make for cheap accommodations across the Emerald Isle.

Megan Eaves
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I am an American travel writer (currently based in London after recent stints in Prague and China) and author of two full-length travel guid

Shaking it up in Shanghai
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Waking up in the super-sleek bed in my room at The Waterhouse (1-3 Maojiayuan Road; 00 86 21 6080 2988; waterhouseshanghai.com) leaves me de

Cork Delights: Franciscan Well Brewery
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The Franciscan Well Brewery in Cork offers fresh, artisanally brewed ales, stouts and lagers in a unique setting.

A neophyte’s guide to Galway
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Travel guide to Galway, Ireland. Galway travel - sights, restaurants, hotels, hostels, pubs in Galway. Where to go in Galway.

The Truth of Solo Travel | Starry-Eyed Travels
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Chameleon Logo. Home; About. Starry-Eyed Girl; Starry-Eyed Travels; Disclosure. Contact; Starry-Eyed Tales. Traveller's Tales. Starry-Ey

Christmas in the Crypt
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Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, Ireland hosts its second annual Christmas market in the church's crypt.

To thrive, Ireland must foster immigration « Generation Emigration
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A local's pub with friendly staff and cosy, old-style low pub tables around banquettes. Rugby on the TV and one fruit machine but very welcoming atmosphere. Two ale pumps with local brews (from Conwy Brewery on our visit) along with normal selection on the taps.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Very friendly boozer with decent Guinness and a menu of pub grub. No real ales on tap but the atmosphere is warm and welcoming. If you are stuck waiting for a ferry, this is a nice spot to kill some time.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Love this local pub and frequent often. They have a good selection of real ales - usually 4-5 handpumps with a wide variety of different options, plus some London beers on the kegs. Food is great - a wonderful Sunday roast - and they often do BBQs and fests out in the back garden. Also, the pub cat, Nala, is adorable.
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reviewed a year ago
Matahari is a true gem - a family restaurant serving authentic Malaysian food (it helps that the operators, who are super friendly, are actually Malaysian). The curry lahsa soup in particular is outstanding. And while it may not look like much from the outside, the interior is sparkling clean with homey bamboo decor and hanging lanterns. Also, super cheap!
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We've just moved to Honor Oak and have already frequented Hop Scotch several times, as it's just nearby our flat. Have been in for happy hour drinks, as they have a nice selection of craft ales and bottled beer (also wine, which we didn't have yet). We also went in for Sunday brunch one morning and had an outstandingly priced full English that was beautifully presented, fresh and delicious. Coffees are great, staff are friendly, etc. Like everywhere in this area, there can be quite a few buggies around depending on the time of day, but the staff are gracious and quick considering it's a small operation. Was also assured they will soon be getting Kernel IPA on draught soon, which I am looking forward to!
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reviewed a year ago
In summer 2012, the Station was made over under new ownership. It's now a fantastic, friendly corner local with great food and an incredible selection of ales - 12 handpumps, many often serving local beers from places like Brockley Brewery. Food can be on the pricey side for pub grub (£12-15 for mains), but the Sunday roast is a bargain and delicious. Also, the garden out back is huge and inviting.
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