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It felt like Kevin and ME in India

Advantages: Dripping with authenticity and honesty
Disadvantages: I have to give it back as it was only a loaner

Give me a good travel book and you can shut me up for days I am susceptible to the temptations of good travel writing especially if it’s about a journey in India. Sadly, I’ve read a lot of bad travel writing too but my June freebie from the Kindle Own ...

koshkha 29.06.2014 · Read full review
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Review of Kevin and I in India - Frank Kusy

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Backpack Up Your Troubles

Advantages: Short, easy read
Disadvantages: Writer can be irritating at times

I purchased this book through a promotion on Amazon for Kindle books when it was free (now about the £2.50 mark). I have generally found some of the free or 99p purchases for the Kindle to be a bit hit and miss, and had avoided them for a while, in favour ...

Essexgirl2006 28.09.2012 · Read full review
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Review of Backpacked: A Reluctant Trip Across Central America - Catherine Ryan Howard

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Trains, cricket and diarrhoea

Advantages: Very funny, very accurate observations
Disadvantages: Left me wanting to read more from this author

God bless the Kindle One of the great things about having a well-stocked Kindle is that you don't need to think too much about what books to take away with you on holiday. You can finish a book and just pick whatever takes your fancy next inst ...

koshkha 17.05.2012 · Read full review
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Review of Not Very Bollywood At All - Richard Beeching

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Driving on.......and on.........and on

Advantages: Fascinating if you've always wanted to drive round Europe in an elderly vehicle
Disadvantages: A bit repetitive and some of the humour gets rather tired

...It's wizard! No it's not 'Marie Potter and the Campervan of Doom' by Brian Burke is a sometimes entertaining and sometimes irritating account of the author's attempt to spend two years travelling around Europe with his wife Marie (she's Irish so it's ...

koshkha 22.01.2013 · Read full review
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Review of Marie Potter and the Campervan of Doom - Brian Burke

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There's a very good reason the guides don't tell you these things

Advantages: Occasionally mildly amusing
Disadvantages: Often factually incorrect, poorly edited and mostly just moaning and whining

A Different India for Each Visitor I first went to India more than 15 years ago and I’ve been back many times since for holidays and for business trips. I’ve been all over the place but I still wouldn’t claim that I ‘know’ India be ...

koshkha 15.02.2012 · Read full review
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Review of India: All The Parts Other Travel Books Leave Out (Kindle Edition) - Phillip Donnelly

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