Gutsy Women: Travel Tips and Wisdom for the Road (Travelers' Tales)

Gutsy Women: Travel Tips and Wisdom for the Road (Travelers' Tales) This Is A Must Have For Any Woman Traveler, And A Great Gift For Young Women Just Heading Out To See The World It Is Packed With Funny, Instructive, And Inspiring Advice, Including How To Stay Healthy, How To Thwart Unwelcome Advances, How To Avoid Travel Budget Killers, And Much

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  • Paperback
  • 124 pages
  • Gutsy Women: Travel Tips and Wisdom for the Road (Travelers' Tales)
  • Marybeth Bond
  • English
  • 07 July 2017
  • 9781885211156

10 thoughts on “Gutsy Women: Travel Tips and Wisdom for the Road (Travelers' Tales)

  1. says:

    Much of this is common sense, but there were a lot of inspirational stories The resources at the end of the book make this a worthwhile read.

  2. says:

    This is an indispensable handbook full of information that can save you time, trouble and maybe even your life Women make up the largest segment of the traveling population and many of them are choosing to travel alone When I was a student for a summer session in England I walked the streets of London cloaked in a red riding hood cape that covered me from head to toe This might seem a bit over the top, but I truly did not want to be raped, mugged or noticed by would be Romeos Marybeth Bond doesn t suggest you go to these lengths but does give practical nuts and bolts tips on how to protect yourself on the road Not just from predators, but from you own carelessness that can land you into a very uncomfortable place She says this book is about than travel It is about risk taking, living, feeling, and learning, and loving In the Travelers Tales tradition, this little book is well worth the price of admission.www.lindaballouauthor.comLost Angel Walkabout One Traveler s Tales

  3. says:

    I found it a little odd that the author, who includes quotes in boxes on pages throughout the book, quoted herself an awful lot Still, I continued skimming through the travel tips, which are really about as common sense as you could get That is, until I got to the page where she recommends a writing basic vocabulary words in another language ON YOUR ARM, and b wearing a fanny pack, because that will make you less of a target for thieves Now, point A is ridiculous, but point B COME ON.Needless to say, don t waste your time with this book There are much better travel books out there, with advice that will be much valuable.

  4. says:

    I was very disappointed in this book, possibly because the title was so inaccurate This is a book of common sense travel tips Come on, did you really need to tell me that excessive use of taxis can put a crimp in my budget that would possibly be of some use for a high school girl going on her first spring break, but not for a gutsy woman At least it was short, so I could move on quickly.

  5. says:

    This is obviously not a literary book it s just a little book with tips and advice for female travellers particularly ones going solo I read this in preparation for a trip to Europe that I plan on taking, alone Definitely inspiring and helpful

  6. says:

    Some decent tips, particularly if traveling alone, but some of this is also common sense I d recommend checking it out from the library or sitting down for a short read in Barnes and Noble rather than buying it, you can find what your looking for by skimming it in about 15 minutes.

  7. says:

    Not too sue where the gutsy women come in these tips are mostly common sense Maybe it s because the book was written in 1996 and the wisdom in it is much well known now than it was then Still it s a quick read and has some valuable information for the first time traveler.

  8. says:

    Such common sense bordering on ridiculous If you had never traveled alone before you might be scared off by some of the tips warnings I also expected stories from a variety of women but it was mostly just the author Her stories were interesting enough to read the whole book and I admire her experiences but I wouldn t recommend this book to future travelers.Also, this edition had a lot of typos.

  9. says:

    Outdated and really nothing new to learn from this book.

  10. says:

    Quick read, tips for packing and traveling safely but mostly about gaining confidence.

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