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by Marybeth Bond,Pamela Michael

Download A Woman's Passion for Travel: More Stories from a Woman's World (Travelers' Tales) eBook
ISBN:
1885211368
Author:
Marybeth Bond,Pamela Michael
Category:
Earth Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Travelers' Tales Guides (September 1999)
Pages:
368 pages
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Publisher: Travelers' Tales (November 12, 2004). Very short stories in diary form that take you to so many places around the world.

Publisher: Travelers' Tales (November 12, 2004). The stories make you want to travel, make you feel proud to be a Woman and made me very motivated to continue planning my first girls adventure vacation.

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Bond, Marybeth; Michael, Pamela. San Francisco, Calif. Books for People with Print Disabilities. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; americana. Internet Archive Books.

Gutsy Women: Travel Tips and Wisdom for the Road (Travelers' Tales). A Woman's Passion for Travel. com User, July 17, 2007

Gutsy Women: Travel Tips and Wisdom for the Road (Travelers' Tales). A Woman's World: True Life Stories of World Travel. com User, July 17, 2007. A Woman's Passion for Travel: True Stories of World Wanderlust is a collection of forty-two travel experiences as written by various women. These stories educate, inspire, and entertain readers with the lessons learned and situations survived by these adventurous world travelers. This book is separated into five sections: Passion for Travel, Some Things To Do, Going Your Own Way, In the Shadows, and The Last Word.

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Women in the Wild True Stories of Adventure and Connection (Book) : Building on the success of previous Travelers' Tales for women, including "A Woman's World" and "Gutsy Women", McCauley now collects stories of women's forays into the wilderness.

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Transculturing Auto/biography: Forms of Life Writing Rosalía Baena Snippet view - 2007. In 2004 she was inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Letters. Born in Peru and raised in Chile, she lives in California.

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Travelers’ tales books. Country and Regional Guides

Travelers’ tales books. Country and Regional Guides. America, Australia, Brazil, Central America, Cuba, France, Greece, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Nepal, Spain,Thailand; American Southwest, Grand Canyon, Hawai‘i, Hong Kong, Paris, San Francisco,Tuscany. Her Fork in the Road, A Woman’s Path, A Woman’s Passion for Travel, A Woman’s World,Women in the Wild, A Mother’s World, Safety and Security for Women Who Travel, Gutsy Women, Gutsy Mamas. There are also many places around the world where intercultural friction and outright xenophobia are increasing.

"Passion": any kind of feeling or emotion -- hope, fear, joy, grief, anger, love, desire-when vehement, overwhelming or of compelling force.

In this follow-up to the award-winning A Woman's World, meet women from all stages of life -- college students and grandmothers, old friends and new -- adventurously wending their way across the globe. In women's travel, elements of the personal, the relationships pondered, and the connections made often forge the way. They determine the trip's texture, shape its nuances. Again and again, women use travel to discover themselves, to create changes big and small, to contemplate life from new angles. Lighthearted or serious, sad or funny, or some combination of it all, each story in this collection will move you -- perhaps even to the road itself.

  • Fearlesshunter
I bought this as a Christmas present for my wife who wanted a 'travel memoirs' book and "scored" nicely. She loves it.

The writing is reportedly excellent, the selection of countries / experiences / emotions varied, and the suscinct format (most are around 4-7 pages) is a perfect length for her bedtime read.

Caution: I am sure this helped feed my wife's desire to travel... She's now going to the Amazon in Ecuador with one of her best friends. Since I subscribe to the mantra "a happy wife is a happy life", I said "why not!" when she asked. ;-) "Your mileage may vary."
  • Najinn
This is a great book to read when you are not able to take the trip that you would like to be on currently.
It is very well written with people telling about their stories of their trips all over the world, with very specific details that makes it feel like you are there experiencing their trip.
I found that I could not put down the book, as I truly love to travel but I am not able to just drop everything right now to take such a trip, so I could be there in my mind.
  • Malalanim
Reading, A Woman's Passion for Travel, a compendium of first person narratives of travelers' tales, is like getting a big box of chocolate candy. Each story is so rich and pithy you hardly know whether to gobble it all down in one sitting, or spread out the reading, savoring each story's flavor, one by one. Most trips, upon the retelling, are organized around one peak moment, or one adventure. These instances, whether funny (Kathleen Meyers', "Toiletopia"), brilliantly descriptive (Co-editor Pamela Michael's, "The Boatman's Gift") or dangerous (Pam Houston's, "On the Rocks") seem to be given to us only when we travel, when we open our senses completely to absorb every detail of a new environment, and when we go through the sometimes uncomfortable process of shedding old beliefs. One of the benefits of a collection of first person narratives, is that each short story becomes a portal, allowing the reader to gaze out through the author's eyes at a risky new world, all from the comfort of one's own bedroom. Start saving your dimes for your own trip, but in the interim, sate your travel itch and read this book!
  • Lamranilv
This powerful treasury captures the very essence of travel's many wonders and propels us to reach for even more of its infinite grace. Steve Zikman, author of "The Power of Travel: A Passport to Adventure, Discovery & Growth"
  • Chuynopana
I am reading A Woman's Passion For Travel and I must say----WOW! These stories touch me so deeply that I feel I have shared experiences firsthand with the women. They speak to my inner desire to not just travel, but to immerse myself in other cultures to the point I feel I am native, to the point my heart belongs to the country. Please keep producing such delightful, riviting books. I am hooked on Travelers' Tales as much as I am hooked on experiencing life through travel.
  • Ghordana
As a syndicated travel columnist as well as a travel addict, I find Marybeth Bond's latest collection of stories and experiences of women on the road even more exciting than in her past books--and just as readable. Any woman of any age hesitant to travel needs to read this book. It's bound to pique your wanderlust and provide the inspiration and confidence to go.