My Suitcase Runneth Over

My Suitcase Runneth Over

by Myra J. Fournier
     
 

Divorcing a mate is easier than ditching a travel companion. You've paid, you're there, you're stuck. So opens the first of 12 humorous, poignant, and highly personal travel essays in My Suitcase Runneth Over. With backdrops in locales worldwide, including Vietnam, Australia, Egypt, Europe, Alaska, the American southwest, and even Logan International Airport circa

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Divorcing a mate is easier than ditching a travel companion. You've paid, you're there, you're stuck. So opens the first of 12 humorous, poignant, and highly personal travel essays in My Suitcase Runneth Over. With backdrops in locales worldwide, including Vietnam, Australia, Egypt, Europe, Alaska, the American southwest, and even Logan International Airport circa 1968, the essays are a celebration of the human condition as viewed during nearly four decades of travel. To the author, no amount of breathtaking scenery, haute cuisine, or great shopping opportunities can compare with the joy, surprise, and impact of the human interactions organic to travel. If you're an experienced traveler, you will readily identify with the foibles of travel, from pre-dawn wake-up calls to impossible travel companions. And also the joys of new friends, new experiences, and new possibilities. If you have not yet entered the world of travel, be prepared for the bug to hit on page one. Bon voyage!

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ISBN-13:
9781413750980
Publisher:
Publish America
Publication date:
12/11/2004
Pages:
66
Product dimensions:
0.16(w) x 9.00(h) x 6.00(d)

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