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  • By nljohnson
    Aug 11, 2010
    ‘How Way Leads On To Way’ is Will Sartore’s account of some of his most enjoyable, unexpected and unusual international travel experiences over the past few years. With a tilt of the cap to Robert Frost, Sartore marvels at the unpredictable nature of travel by reflecting on the ups, the downs, the frustrations, and the pure joys of his experiences. He shares stories from the Dominican Republic, South Africa, Vietnam, Rwanda, South Korea and elsewhere, without ever staying in one place for too long. The book’s strength is in Sartore’s refusal to follow the customary chronological and linear account pattern found in most travel narratives. Rather, he focuses on his personal thoughts and reflections, and introduces us to places, people and moments that best demonstrate them. We are able to follow his impromptu meeting with Archbishop Desmond Tutu, his improbable opportunity to deliver a lecture at the United Nations in New York, and his sudden urge to bungee-jump in South Africa. He... More > takes us on journeys through the Sumatran jungle, the Mekong Delta’s back roads, the stunning temples of Angkor Wat, and the beautiful lands found ‘under African skies’. Perhaps the most moving chapters, however, centre on chance encounters with ordinary people such as Toan, Hiep, and children living in Dominican and Vietnamese orphanages, reminding him (and us) that humanity is truly global and that travel can be full of very humbling and rewarding experiences. ‘How Way Leads On To Way’ is a fast-paced account of the travels of an enthusiastic and outgoing individual whose appreciation for his opportunity to see the world is both genuine and infectious. For anyone with an interest in travel and adventure, and for those who appreciate its challenges and wonders, this set of tales comes recommended.< Less
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Product Details

Edition
Second Edition
Published
August 25, 2010
Language
English
Pages
169
Binding
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
Weight
0.68 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
5.83 wide x 8.26 tall
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