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by Ted Naifeh,Ken Vollmer

eBook The Wanderlust Survival Guide: Tips and Tales for World Travel ePub
Author: Ted Naifeh,Ken Vollmer
Language: English
ISBN: 0972245944
ISBN13: 978-0972245944
Publisher: Brainwoofer Pub (January 1, 2003)
Subcategory: Traveling
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 439
Formats: lit rtf lit docx
ePub file: 1574 kb
Fb2 file: 1693 kb

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Dagdarad
Reading through the reviews on this site, I can see where Susan Zimmerman is coming from, but I think she's completely missing the point. Wanderlust is not a travel guide in the traditional sense, nor is it a traditional "travel narrative."
I think the best thing about Wanderlust (aside from the fact that it's literally laugh-out-loud funny) is that it inspires the traveller in me. Those other books can tell me what to see, where to stay, how to get there. All important facts. Wanderlust reminds me *why* I travel. It's the book I would give to someone who is contemplating making the jump from our (let's face it) very isolated society out into the big wide world for the first time. It shows us with humor and humanity why travel broadens the mind, and how through travel the simple act of living can renew our sense of adventure and zest for life.
Sure, the "travel tips" in this book are not on the order of something like, say, Lonely Planet. And sure, the story isn't as slickly packaged as something from Bill Bryson, but that's exactly the point. Reading "Neither Here nor There" is like sitting at home and watching the travel channel. Reading Wanderlust is like getting the story from a guy you met in your hostel in Budapest, hanging out in the basement to escape the 105-degree heat, playing pool and drinking Canadian Club and Canada Dry in honor of Canada Day.
If you don't get the difference, maybe this book isn't for you after all.
Shazel
Vollmer has an entertaining first book of travel stories and inspiring advice for would-be backpackers in the Wanderlust Survival Guide. The overarching theme throughout his journeys is that those who are open to adventure will find it, especially in the people they meet along the way. Although he never recommends that travelers insulate themselves from new experiences, he does provide some insight into ways to avoid the truly awful. I'd have to say my favorite stories are the ones from Thailand. Although I'm sure he wasn't laughing at the time, and I'm not sure how he survived them, they sure are hysterical now. This is a good book for anyone would rather return from a trip around the world with an address book full of new friends than a bag full of plastic tchotchkes. It's also a book for anyone with a hearty sense of humor (especially for the author's many misfortunes) and a healthy sense of curiosity about the wide world beyond our well-defended national borders.
ℓo√ﻉ
Where most travel books just offer a few specific hints that may or may not make sense once the shoe leather hits the highway, this book offers you something that can journey with you wherever you go.
Ken's book is about the attitude you take with you. A "state of mind" that will serve you well no matter what road you decide to take, or how much cash you have (or don't have).
There are a thousand books that will tell you how much a ticket will cost you to get into a museum in Vienna (and they'll usually be wrong), but how many will help you have the clarity of mind needed to realize that maybe the prickly attitude of the city's citizens means it's time to move onto to your next, more exciting, and more entertaining destination?
Travelling the world may not be an adventure for everybody, but reading this book may help you to discover that it's an adventure for you.
Xarcondre
This book does a very good job at fulfilling a particular goal.
It's also amusing enough that even if you didn't want that particular goal fulfilled, you'd still have a good time reading about the wacky adventures of the author.
Of course it's not a precise guidebook to the whole world (and how big and heavy would one of those have to be?); it's a toolkit of a few important specific ideas, and more importantly, a program in attitude adjustment that, if you willingly particpate, will have you having your own wacky adventures just like the author. What more could you ask for?
Dellevar
Whereas most travel guides focus on the pedestrian yet important tactical considerations of how to get there, what to see, and where to stay, the WSG focuses on how to build a larger strategical framework within which to weigh one's travel decisions. Yes, the WSG does discuss the tactics of backpacks, hostels, and tickets, however it does so within a larger context that is dutifully elaborated in the final four chapters of the book.
The first time I traveled abroad, I made very few tactical mistakes, unlike Vollmer. I could do this because I had read all the guidebooks, I knew what I wanted to see, and I had a detailed plan for how I was going to do it. I executed the plan, with a few snags here and there, and from that experience I have a wealth of unforgettable memories. However, had I read the WSG first, I would have had a better idea about what sorts of adventures were possible. I would have known how to create more opportunities for unique experiences, and I would almost definitely have made more friends along the way.
Saintrius
This book is not the answer to everything, but it sure is a heck a good read and has great information for long-term travelers, as well as anecdotal stories that make the reader nod and smile because you can either imagine it happening or it's happened to you too. I found myself laughing out loud at several points, and if if that's not reason enough to spend a few dollars for a book, I'm not sure what is!
Malak
Nice idea but please put it back in the oven because this one's not done yet. The writing is lazy and unpolished and suffers from a serious case of using adjectives as filler. It truly reads like someone's first online journal.
Useful 'tips' elements are few and far between (you'll be better served picking up a proper frugal travel guide/tipsbook) and the 'tales' are somewhat unmarkable and hampered by labored writing.
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