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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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Lose yourself in the Dark Continent

Advantages: Informative and very entertaining
Disadvantages: Could have been a bit longer but that's just me

"Q: What do you do when you're dumped by the Girl Next Door? A: Throw yourself into another madcap adventure and travel from Cape Town to Cairo." After breaking up with the GND (Girl Next Door), his travelling companion on his last trip, Peter Moo ...

frankiefromings13 17.03.2010 · Read full review
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Review of Swahili for the Broken-hearted - Peter Moore

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Travel - The Way It Should Be

Advantages: Insightful and Humurous
Disadvantages: I cannot think of any disadvantages

Peter Moore is an incredibly courageous independent traveller who has been to some of the most inhospitable countries this world has to offer – but he always seems to see the lighter side of them. His books are a truly insightful look at travel in countri ...

Hoof 23.07.2003 · Read full review
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Review of Swahili for the Broken-hearted - Peter Moore

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Prussian Pranksters

Advantages: profound knowledge of German issues
Disadvantages: not everyone has the same kind of humour

British journalist Roger, stationed in Berlin, is tired of his job, namely writing articles on German issues, preferably Nazi related, for British newspapers. He feels he needs some time out and takes a sabbatical. His three-quarter German/one-quarter Ita ...

MALU 21.10.2011 · Read full review
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Review of To Prussia With Love - Roger Boyes

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A Load of Alt-Globnitz

Advantages: I learned one interesting fact
Disadvantages: It's a sham dressed up as travel writing

...Alarm bells should have sounded when I picked up Roger Boyes’s “To Prussia with Love” in a bookstore and I thought to myself “this sounds a bit contrived”. Call me naïve but when I browse the travel writing section in Waterstones, I tend to believe that t ...

fizzytom 17.07.2011 · Read full review
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Review of To Prussia With Love - Roger Boyes

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