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I really liked how each trip was set up: First, The Basics including a Synopsis, Most Useful Items, and Further Travel Information. Second, this was followed by the author’s Experience, which in most cases were amazing and read like a short story.
Have you ever dreamed of quitting work and travelling the world for a year? Well, I have done it and am about to tell you how you can too in three key steps.
Unravel stories of the ancient Maya in the Honduran site of Copán.
What to expect:
Excerpt taken from Dust in My Pack by Nancy O'Hare
“Personalities seemed exposed here. In fact, one of my favourite carvings was of a cranky old man. He rested nearby, beside Temple Eleven. His chiselled face emerged from a stone block about a metre square in size—with details including a bandana tied around his head, wrinkles, a furrowed brow and a couple of missing teeth. This effigy was aptly named El Anciano (“The Old Man”).”
I am happy to see my latest interview posted on the Interview with Writers website.
Burning Arches and Masked Dancers at the Tamshing Phala Choepa
Bumthang Valley, Kingdom of Bhutan
Find ideas for your next adventure abroad:
Australia’s Bay of Fires
More memorable holiday destinations can be found in Dust in My Pack, available at most online bookstores.
Explorer of all seven continents on a quest to find the essence of lesser-visited destinations.