So many titles come out in the travel genre each year, it’s difficult to keep up with them all. Here are five interesting options that you may have missed. On the Road in ’68, by Tom Leech Essentially a published travel journal accented with historical event lists from both then and now, On the Road [...]
Discovering what we love, pursuing what we love and creating an opportunity to do what we feel is our life’s work is a gift. For many these discoveries take time and evolve through opportunities, hobbies, travel and every day life experiences. Sometimes it’s a chance meeting, a conversation with a friend or a significant [...]
Carolyn Theriault’s move to Morocco thrust her into a situation many expats are familiar with: extreme cultural adjustment during a time of total career transition. Those of us who have been through this understand the punchy sense of humor that arises from the “might as well laugh as cry” phase so typical of international moves. [...]
Photo Credit: Amazon.Com A Year in Provence, by Peter Mayle. As someone who has repeatedly selected countries to live in for a year or more, I enjoyed this book’s peek into the progression of cultural assimilation that occurs when you travel long term in a particular region, or in this case, move there permanently.