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A Fete Worse Than Death by Iain Aitch

Advantages: An unusual look at England places to visit
Disadvantages: May make foreign tourists think we are completely bonkers!

...The second book in my www.sixbookchallenge.org is A Fete Worse Than Death by Iain Aitch. This book comes under the travel section, although it is like no other travel book I have read, then again mine has been limited to travel guides. The book is a gui ...

siberian-queen 03.08.2012 · Read full review
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Oh Well, If I ever get the big Premium Bond Win!

Advantages: A book to set your dreaming
Disadvantages: Most are far too expensive for the average person to stay in

A Place To Stay Author: Shelley-Maree Cassidy Photography: Grant Sheehan My husband and I love travelling and because of this we have more than the average number of travel type book on our shelves. We tend to get given these for gifts by family and fr ...

catsholiday 09.08.2012 · Read full review
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Spot the Idiot

Advantages: It's funnier than I expected
Disadvantages: It won't teach you much about the 7 Wonders

Travel Writing - Does it Broaden the Mind? I find travel writing irresistible. The best travel books inspire me and the worst give me plenty of material for writing damning reviews about just how awful they are. I amseldom left unmoved - whether posit ...

koshkha 31.10.2010 · Read full review
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Review of An Idiot Abroad: the Travel Diaries of Karl Pilkington - Karl Pilkington

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The Village Idiot Escaped

Advantages: An interesting account into his trips, well written
Disadvantages: Gervais and to a lesser extent Stephen Merchant

...As seems to be a bit of a habit with Sky TV programs the promotion for An Idiot Abroad seems to have been just about everywhere. With the TV series showing on sky and the release of the accompanying book by Karl Pilkington detailing his travel diaries fro ...

Andy.mack 07.02.2011 · Read full review
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An Idiot Abroad - Karl Pilkington's Witty Travel Diary

Advantages: A funny read, High quality images, Uncensored Pilkington at his best
Disadvantages: Repeated material, Transcripted conversations seen on the show

As a great fan of the 'Idiot Abroad' tv series, I was looking forward to reading the book. It didn't disappoint, far from it, but left a little something to be desired. The book is comprised of the various musings of everyone's favourite moron Karl Pilki ...

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