Wednesday, 12 October 2011

Now in stores! 5th Edition of "The Practical Nomad: How to Travel Around the World"

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The new revised and updated 5th edition of The Practical Nomad: How to Travel Around the World is now in stock in bookstores, and shipping to those of you who pre-ordered it. I've already heard from the first reader to receive their copy!

If you're a travel book reviewer or travel blogger and would like a copy to review, or you'd like to arrange an interview or talk show appearance or in-person event to talk about the new book and/or travel around the world, send me a brief note with a link to your blog, one of your book reviews, or information about your show or venue, and I will pass it on to my publisher.

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Thanks for gathering the info and putting it into one solid book. We'll be looking for a copy as we start to plan our big adventure.

Posted by: Lane, 10 December 2011, 16:42 ( 4:42 PM)

Do you have a chapter on how to get your money back if you think you might get killed? This is my daughter's experience.

Hi Friends! Many of you know that our plans to travel to Egypt in March of 2011 were dashed with the civil unrest there. You may not know that we have been unable to secure a refund from the tour company we planned to use. On The Go Tours OTG had our money for less than 30 days when we contacted them to cancel because of the growing violence in Egypt. To this day, we have fought the good fight but have not been able to get a refund.

We appealed to On The Go Tours directly for a refund, we contested the charge to our credit card with the bank, we asked for help from the Kansas Attorney General's Office, we asked for help from the Sedgwick Country District Attorney, we asked for assistance from Chris Elliott newspaper travel editor, we wrote the entire current and former Board of OTG. Nothing has been successful.

Hoping that our own personal little pet project will make them stand up and take notice. If nothing else, we now know how to create a web-site and give them a good kick in the shins! No need to reply to this email. But we do have a guestbook page on our website - leave your supportive comment there!

Thanks Much!
Dale and Cathy Green

Posted by: Michael Burks, 1 January 2012, 15:46 ( 3:46 PM)
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