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Chickens, Mules and Two Old Fools by Victoria Twead
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The book is great if you just want to hear random things about a person's experience of moving to Spain, with no real storylines or threads running through any of it to keep you reading.
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East of Croydon by Sue  Perkins
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Out with a camera crew to make a documentary, Perkins starts in Vietnam where rice is like ‘white gold’ and rice farming proves to be back breaking work.

She laps up the generous hospitality of Vietnamese families before crossing the border over to C
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Nothing to Declare by Mary Morris
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Morris connects with the reader very early on in the book, she talks about her thoughts, feelings and her life - weaving it through her day to day travel experiences, with characters that we grow to know and understand. I definitely felt like I'd bee ...more
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Disclaimer by Renée Knight
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Interesting story (once you get to the end), but a bit hard to adapt to the shifting between characters in the beginning, including the deceased Nancy who is alive in the mind of her living husband - but it clicks together in the second half of the b ...more
The Amazing Story of the Man Who Cycled from India to Europe ... by Per J.  Andersson
"This is a heartwarming love story of triumph against all odds. I loved the care and sensitivity with which the story was handled by the writer and the publishers. It's a travelogue, a romantic comedy and an inspiring tale of what hard work and sel..." Read more of this review »
The Amazing Story of the Man Who Cycled from India to Europe ... by Per J.  Andersson
"What a journey this book was! Right from the time he was born till he is reunited with his love, this book is nothing short of being amazing and inspiring.

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The Amazing Story of the Man Who Cycled from India to Europe ... by Per J.  Andersson
"A most wonderfully written story I could have read forever. I was sorry it had to end. I loved every character and every single description of things...and I learned a little along the way. Just fabulous - wish I could give it 100 stars."
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The Great Railway Bazaar by Paul Theroux
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It started off well. Before I got past the introduction I'd already decided I'd like this book and that the author seemed like my cup of tea. Theroux makes no apology for being brutally 'no frills' in his descriptions of places he's been and people h ...more
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Alone Time by Stephanie Rosenbloom
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A nice insight into the joys of spending time alone, learning to savour moments and experiences and a journey through Paris, Florence, Istanbul and New York.
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The Big Book of Yes by Jon Doolan
The Big Book of Yes: 17 Short Adventure Stories
by Jon Doolan (Goodreads Author)
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I thought it was OK. Most of the stories are drawn from bloggers, with links to their sites and social media at the end of each chaptor, which was handy - to go and get a fuller picture of their story with photographs (which is more interesting than ...more
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