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Yoga for People Who Can't Be Bothered to Do It by Geoff Dyer
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Apr 05, 12

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Read from April 03 to 04, 2012

My sister gave me this book years ago and I was turned off by the title. But I finally read it, and yes, don't judge a book by...

It's actually a series of essays by Geoff Dyer about trips he's taken in the US, Europe, Southeast Asia, eventually, the Middle East. This wasn't a book in which I particularly liked the protagonist (either as a hero or an anti-hero) but it was fun tagging along on his travels for a few days. When my sister originally gave the book to me, I was visiting India, but of course I didn't pick it up for years. So it was fun to read these stories about Dyer's travels and think about all the places I've seen since I first had the chance to read his book. I'm glad I got around to it.

And I'm very glad that I read this just a few weeks after taking a trip myself or it could have sparked some serious wanderlust!

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04/03/2012 page 45
17.0% "Finally reading this about ten years after Caitlin gave it to me. Title doesn't do it justice!"
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