A Random Traveler
Note to readers:
This book is written in two halves. The first half is a journal account of the writer his thoughts feelings and personal opinions, good, bad and ugly. Since many stories are excerpt from the blog the first half is simply a look at the process of LiveJournal and blogging and provides a funny judgmental view of the writer which then usually gets edited for the blog to be more politically correct.
The second half is written in the form of an actual book.
Every rating that was not four star or above has not completed the book and may be offended by the truth.
Some have not even gotten past the intro. If you are sensitive, either skip to the second half of the book, or this book is not for you, so don’t waste your money.
About the book:
Leo is a popular travel blogger that has visited over a hundred countries around the world. A Random Traveler is a collection comprised of his best travel stories, offering his unique perspective on the places he visited and the people he met on his trips.
A sharp and hilarious travelogue that has turned into a successful blog
In these chronicles, Leo narrates his humorous adventures across seven continents. Read about his visit to Saudi Arabia as an invited guest of the king; a twenty-six day journal of traveling with a group of young tourists, the amazing story of how Leo became the head of a Cambodian orphanage and many, many more.
Funny, thoughtful and brutally honest stories from all around the world
A Random Traveler is not a regular travelogue. With rare honesty, it brilliantly weaves a surprising and entertaining perspective of travel, and offers a humorous view of other cultures and how western tourists perceive them.
Pack your bags and go on an adventure you will not forget!