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Twenty Thousand Miles to See a Tree: An Around the World Bicycle Journey Kindle Edition

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Length: 158 pages Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled Age Level: 10 - 18
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About the Author

Cindie Cohagan is a woman of many passions. After graduating with a degree in geology, she eventually went on to do high-level consulting work. When the opportunity to cycle the world presented itself at the age of forty, Cindie responded with enthusiasm and left her successful career to travel twenty-three countries and co-write three books with her travel companion, Tim Travis. Cindie has since written about her travels in China and now has condensed her travels into highlights, lessons and reflections. Cindie Cohagan lives in Dharamsala India, world traveler, writer/publisher, meditator, and a dreamer.

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  • File Size: 13565 KB
  • Print Length: 158 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Drifting Sands Press (May 31, 2014)
  • Publication Date: May 31, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00KP0UD4S
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This is one of the books that I really enjoyed. That's one activity that I personally will not partake in, but I enjoyed reading about their trips and the many different places that they have been to. As she said; one can't stay the same and your outlook on the world is so much different.
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"When we stepped out into the street the next morning it was still dark. Damp air hung heavy with moisture, as it always does just before sunrise. I enjoyed the morning silence as I took in a deep breath..."

A truly inspiring and informative narrative about one woman's journey to finding happiness and her own understanding of the world we live in. Her journey takes you from the impoverished villages of Guatemala and Cambodia to the outback of Australia and Canada. In her brief descriptions I find myself transported to her experiences, feeling every bump and turn along the way.

The book is written similar to an interview and can be read all the way through or leisurely examined for tidbits about everything from crossing borders and aquiring visas to the authors revelations about the beauty and brutality of life. The table of content is organized in a fashion that helps the reader to easily navigate the pages.

"I was so busy working overtime, paying bills, thinking about what to do next, and remember the past that I missed where I was, the present. I hadn't realized yet that we only have the moment, this time today; we don't know if we will have tomorrow."

A great read with some great themes to keep in mind, not just for world bicycle touring, but for the every day hard working man or woman as well!
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Why would someone leave family, career, and friends to journey on a bicycle indefinitely around the world? Cindie writes from the heart and tells of the difficulties and unexpected rewards of setting out with her husband and doing just this. Toward the end of the book, also from the heart, she explains why she ended the journey after 8-1/2 years and the development of her spiritual journey.

The middle sections summarize the bicycle trip and explain in a question-and-answer format the highs and lows of people, places, and experiences of the long journey. This section isn't as compelling as the first and last parts, but still good reading. I love how she and Tim solved the problem of people asking them, "Do you have children?"
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Very inspiring story from a phenomenal woman. It's nice to see a female perspective on cycle touring.
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By Chja on October 7, 2014
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I enjoyed the adventure and the idea behind the travel. Good as a quick read, but not well written
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I found this book to be more about the destination than about the journey. So if you are wanting to read about places to travel too then this is for you. But if like me you want to read about the journey then don't read this book.
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