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Forbidden Travel: What I Learned About The World: The U.S. State Department said, "Don't go" - I Went Paperback – June 22, 2017
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About the Author
Rick Bay is a well-known former sports executive, turned author. He has written two memoirs about his professional experience: "From the Buckeyes to the Bronx" (2012) and "Have Resume – Will Travel: My Nomadic Life As a Sports Executive" (2013). A former University of Michigan champion athlete and coach, Bay’s first job as an athletics director was at the University of Oregon. He then went on to become AD at Ohio State, Minnesota, and San Diego State. Interspersed were two executive positions in Major League Baseball: Chief Operating Officer of the New York Yankees and President and CEO of the Cleveland Indians. Retired full-time from athletics administration, Rick works as a consultant in college sports and fills his spare time with writing, staying fit, golfing, and, of course, traveling. He has visited over 70 countries and recently returned from a trip to Antarctica, his 7th continent. He lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan with his wife, Dr. Julie Kerry Bay.
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Rick's book, Forbidden Travel, beautifully lays out various religions and the peoples' hopes in those religions. His travels have made his life unique and he does a wonderful job comparing people, government, climates, sightseeing, and all the positives of getting to know travel guides and their feelings about their country and of the USA.
I enjoyed the book very much and I am sure others will as well.