Friday, 24 March 2006

Sacramento Bee review of "How To Travel Around the World"

Writers aren’t usually notified when our books are reviewed or mentioned in print. So I only I just received a clipping in the mail of a very nice review of The Practical Nomad: How to Travel Around the World in the 23 October 2005 edition of the Sacramento Bee by Bee staff writer David Barton:

For the independent wanderer

Edward Hasbrouck’s The Practical Nomad: How To Travel Around the World … addresses the endless particulars of independent travel through a rigorous combination of keen intelligence and sheer volume of information…

Hasbrouck can wax philosophical on the relationship between capital and labor in different societies, and how that affects everything from costs to attitudes, then turn around and explain the intricacies of getting the type of cell phone … that works best in the greatest number of countries….

The Practical Nomad [is] a must-have guide for those who prefer to do it themselves.

Link | Posted by Edward on Friday, 24 March 2006, 07:54 ( 7:54 AM)
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