Thursday, 23 February 2006

BellaOnline review of "The Practical Nomad"

Most book reviewers focus on new first editions. It’s hard to get them to notice a new edition or an established “backlist” title that wasn’t just published. So my thanks to Kimberly Button, Budget Travel Editor for BellaOnline (“The Voice of Women”), for her new review of the 3rd edition of “The Practical Nomad: How to Travel Around the World”:

If you’ve ever had a dream about spending months traveling around the world, then “The Practical Nomad - How to Travel Around the World” is the book for you….

The Practical Nomad: How to Travel Around the World is essentially the only book that world travelers need before starting their journey. The 620 page book covers every aspect of extended travel that you could possibly think of. From finding ways to get time off of work to the conditions of international toilets, if it’s a concern for travelers, then author Edward Hasbrouck writes about it…. Hasbrouck knows from experience what is important to world travelers.

Whether you’re a college student planning on traveling after graduation or a retiree who is finally realizing their dream of seeing the world, if you are planning a round-the-world trip or just an extended vacation, then The Practical Nomad: How to Travel Around the World is mandatory reading for you.

Full review here .

Link | Posted by Edward on Thursday, 23 February 2006, 07:11 ( 7:11 AM)
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