A View From The Cheap Seats - The Art Of The 'Gap Decade'
|Number Of Pages: ||332|
|Publication Date: ||20120831|
|Publisher: ||Midpoint Trade Books|
A View From the Cheap Seats follows Will, his brother, cousin and other travelling buddies all of whom are intent upon living a 'low budget lifestyle' in the most far-flung corners of the world. This witty book shows the reader how to grab the planet by the horns and make the best out of it. It is a humorous, noholds- barred account of both the wonders and horrors of travelling, which deals with aspects from what to eat and where to stay around the world to the best - and worst - ways to get there. A View From the Cheap Seats is crammed with handy hints about planning trips. It is a very positive travelogue, touchingly personal at times, filled with interesting and insightful observations about a life lived around the world.