Mary Keener Travel Articles

 
The Curve of Time
The Curve of Time The Curve of Time Review by Mary Keener Travel, definitely independently, discovery, adventure, inspiration, fear, creativity, awe of nature and its inhabitants will by yours as your read The Curve of Time. This book was journeyed and written by a woman who, with her five children, sometimes with a dog, in a twenty-five foot long […]
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Almost French
Almost French Almost French Almost French – Click here to buy this book Sarah Turnbull, an Australian independent backpacker, meets Frédéric, a working Parisian lawyer, in Bucharest. She accepts his invitation to visit Paris for two weeks and subsequently, returns for a lifetime. Ms. Turnbull tells her story of adapting to French culture and of being adopted […]
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Globetrotter Dogma
Globetrotter Dogma Globetrotter Dogma Here’s a 5 x7, 169-page, take-with-you, soft-cover travel gem, smartly and simply illustrated – the world globe imprinted on the top of each even page and the author as trekker on each odd page, interspersed with drawings pertinent to a canon. There are 104 canons “for escaping the rat race and exploring the […]
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Birds & Tuxedos
Birds & Tuxedos Erik R. Trinidad is a Bootsnall member who has contributed a number of travel articles. This is his first published book – self published, handmade edition. At the age of ten, Erik wrote a report on Antarctica and the penguins that live there. Nobody lives in Antarctica. Nobody but penguins. Penguins look […]
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Europe From a Backpack
Europe From a Backpack Europe From A Backpack Europe From A Backpack is a compilation of short articles of specific European cities prefaced with a quote, a map of the cities and their bordering countries. At the end of each tale is a getting-to-know-the-writer with relevant travel, educational and goal-related topics. There’s something both familiar and unfamiliar about reading […]
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