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How Not to Travel the World: Adventures of a Disaster-Prone Backpacker Paperback – August 12, 2015
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I actually picked this book up after looking on whatsdavedoing.com, a blog that Dave, one of the characters runs. I bought it on complete impulse and was quite happy I did. I powered through it in under a week, it was hard to put down!
The crazy things that happened in this book are all learning experiences and I hope to have a couple when i'm done. I have seen some people complain that this book is only for 20 somethings that don't have any responsibilities. I think those people are just jealous that they never took the first step to having an exciting life and settled and are taking it out on the poor author.
Also, this book is for 20 somethings. Its kind of who it was written for, its weird to hear a complaint for a books audience. That'd be like me, a computer scientist, picking up a book on medicine and complaining that this book will only interest medical professionals. Well duh, that's what it was written for!
Overall I thought this book was amazing and incredibly inspirational for anyone who is trying to get over their anxiety or just wants to expand their horizons and travel the world. Thanks for writing the book Ms. Juliff.