“Adventures Less Ordinary: How to Travel and Do Good” New Ebook

Adventures Less Ordinary ebookI was lucky enough to be asked to contribute to a new book, “Adventures Less Ordinary: How to Travel and Do Good“, edited by Ethan Gelber.

I am honoured to be counted amongst the “expertise of leading voices advocating for travel that makes a difference” who have contributed.

The first paragraph of the description certainly describes me!

“A new generation of free-spirited, adventure-minded explorers is no longer content with just seeing; they want to be doing. When they step out of their familiar routines, they don’t want just to drift through foreign lands as outsiders looking in. They want to interact, they want to learn and they want to impact the communities they visit.”

The list of other contributors and the scale and scope of their respective backgrounds is amazing, I’m very much looking forward to reading their inclusions.

Hitting the virtual shelves this month (Jan 2015), this is the definitive handbook for compassionate people seeking the ultimate adventure – one guided as much by the good you give as the good you get.

You can read more about the book and pre-register here to be the first to know and receive an exclusive advance edition: http://bit.ly/1wvCUDS

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