Many people dream of experiencing the beauty of the differences in culture, language, and geography around the globe. But fears, doubts, and myths prevent them from taking that leap.
Such as it costs a fortune and you need to be retired or a millionaire. It’s dangerous to travel especially as a solo woman. It’s impossible to return to your career upon return. Traveling solo is lonely. I am too old for this and so on.
In The Art of Slow Travel, seasoned slow world traveler Bhavana Gesota addresses all of these concerns and more. This book, in a step-by-step manner, gives you all the information you need to break-away from the rat race, go slow travel, and truly see the world on a budget at your own pace.
A must-have for the travel curious and the budget-conscious, whether you are a solo traveler/traveling with people or an aspiring/seasoned one.
"I've always loved traveling and discovering other countries and cultures around the globe. Often people would ask me how I prepared for my various adventures and living experiences abroad. It's true that there are some logistics involved if you want to enjoy your stay to the fullest and immerse yourself in the local culture. I wish I would have had Bhavana's book 'The Art of Slow Travel' in my pocket when preparing my travels and stays abroad. It's the perfect guide addressing all the questions from security, money, and language issues to what to pack, how to find accommodation, and how to combine work and travel. In addition to providing all the necessary tools in order to best prepare your trip, it conveys the beautiful life philosophy of 'slow travel', giving wonderful advice on how to immerse fully in the country and culture. It's the guide I would recommend equally to new travelers as to experienced global nomads as it is fully packed with gems to make the most out of your experiences abroad!"
— Judith Fuhrmann, Author of Inspirations from Abroad for a Happier Life at Home (to be published in July 2021)
"Perfect Slow Travel for Beginners Guide! I was drawn to this book by dreams of slow travel and remote work. The author clearly lays out how to begin to plan and execute your slow travel dreams in a very practical, how-to manner. If you want to travel the world at your own pace, this book is a MUST read!"
— Alexis Gerst, Author of Leading Remote Teams: Embrace the Future of Remote Work Culture
"Interesting concept and all the details are well explained—from finding the time, creating a budget and choosing where to go, the author unwinds it all in this excellent book. At a time when most of us can't travel much, I can see that post pandemic, this could be the best way to travel..."
— Susan Jagannath, Author of Travel and Adventure books, The Valley of Flowers: Chasing Himalayan Dreams and The Camino Ingles
"This book was an eye-opener for me. I've traveled a lot, especially in Europe, but it was generally the 'see as much as you can in a short space of time' type of travel that most of us do. Apart from London, where I lived for a while. I read this book to understand how the experience of 'slow travel' would differ, and how to do it. Bhavana Gesota's book is a fantastic all-in-one guide to how to achieve this..."
— Kevin Berry, Amazon best-selling author of several books in the YA, science fiction, and interactive fiction genre
"If there is a book in the world that could capture the interest of full-time travelers as well as the seldom ones, then it has to be this book. One of the best I have ever read. It is a gem out there in the literary world of traveling."
— Vineeth Vijayghosh, Author of Finding Anna: An Unusual Journey to Self-Discovery and The Village: Short Stories of Indian Life
Bhavana Gesota is an Indian American who considers herself to be a global citizen after having lived in nine countries, worked in seven of them, and traveled to twenty-two more over five continents. She believes that all true journeys begin and end with one's own Self.
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