Tuesday, 11 December 2012

"A Look at the 1997 Edition of The Practical Nomad"

In a welcome counterpoint to the occasional flames I get from readers of older editions of The Practical Nomad; How to Travel Around the World complaining about things I said that I've changed, removed, or updated in more recent editions of the book, Matt Long has a fascinating article in his "Landlopers" blog this week on how travel technology has changed since the first edition of "The Practical Nomad" -- and what I got right from the start in my general travel advice. Thanks, Matt!

Link | Posted by Edward on Tuesday, 11 December 2012, 09:47 ( 9:47 AM)
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