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Both inspired and desperate, the two quit their jobs, sold their houses, gave away their belongings, and traveled the world for two years, romping through Europe in a newly purchased Saab, then hitting the Middle East, Southeast Asia, South America, and Africa. Along the way, Wisner got to know his brother in a way he never had ("Kurt had become ... my new best friend") and fought to move past his failed relationship.
Wisner's story is straightforward, heartfelt, and highly readable--though without any true, biting insights--and should connect with readers who've gone through a breakup, career change, or midlife crisis, or fantasized about quitting the rat race. His best travel tip? Throw away the guidebooks, and talk to the locals instead. --Andy Boynton --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I read this a long time ago, and it is the reason I'm an avid reader of travel writing. This will make a great gift for someone special or even a friend!Published 19 days ago by Roselle
Great book. Almost like a journal. Jumps around a bit for flashbacks but overall I really enjoyed reading it. Gave me a new perspective on life.Published 3 months ago by Jeff Steffens
This was a very interesting read, but not necessarily a "page turner". I thought it was well written and held my interest. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Sally C
Wow, what a journey. I felt like I went along for the ride. 52 countries. Comical and honest. Great book. I think I will read his new one as I felt I got to know him. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Teri Rowell
I don't remember buying this book yet found it on one of my overstuffed bookshelves. I just finished it and LOVED it. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Pascale Poitras