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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 5, 2002

    an amazing literary experience, a traveler must-read

    Mary describes her travels in a way that makes this book flow like a novel while also providing factual information that is very valuable to know if you're a woman looking to do some traveling. Her honest accounts of her experiences, feelings and childhood memories help pull you into her story because she seems more like a friend spilling her guts back from a long vacation rather than some glamorous, traveling socialite. I would reccommend this book to any female that either travels on a regular basis or just simply wants to begin. I promise reading it will excite your traveling desires within!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 18, 2005

    That guy didn't get it.

    This is a beautifully written memoir that's as much about the author's inner landscape as it is about her travels in central America. I picked it up recently, over 10 years after first reading it, and it's still my favorite book. My own life experiences and choices are echoed here, and I don't see that often.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 14, 2004

    Pretty dull and uneventful

    Ah, let's see, what's the subject of this book? Geez I can't remember. She writes a little about her neighbor-lady in San Miguel and the neighbor's illegitimate offspring. She goes from loving her boyfriend to hating him with no explanation why. She torques her best friend enough that the friend basically ditches her, but again we aren't really told why; maybe the author just can't describe things very well. She travels around Central America a little but all we hear about are the boring bus rides and hot hotels. Yeah, it was a waste of time to read this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 4, 2004


    reading this book has opened something inside of me. I find myself looking at the way I live differently. My sense of self is somehow evolving through the triggers of this womans experiences. I seek my own adventure now.

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