Mary Keener Travel Articles

 
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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Around the Bloc
Around the Bloc Around The Bloc Around The Bloc is not for the faint-hearted, romantic, dreamy traveler who wants to experience a culture without too much discomfort. But it is for the true explorer, the adventurer who relishes assimilating into a way of life by living in and with the people. Ms. Griest’s bloc focuses on three communist […]
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