Talking with Strangers

Why would a woman travel on her own through the Middle East?

With an interest in alternate travel and ancient history, she ignores pulped opinion and terrorist hype and goes to find the truth.

This book is a journey from Athens to Cairo on local transport; through towns, markets and ancient ruins. It confronts trusted opinions and demands a greater respect for all people. More

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About Robyn Webb

Robyn Webb holds a Graduate Diplomas in the Arts (Classical Studies) as well as other qualifications. She works as an IT strategy manager and is often a communicator between business people and IT.

Although this is her first major work, Robyn’s writing experience includes many examples where people of varied backgrounds needed a consistent understanding of a particular topic. Her previous publications include articles on travel and photography.

She was an avid bushwalker and travelled in Asia and Europe before developing a passion for ancient Middle Eastern civilisations. Since then, she has travelled to many places in the Middle East, Europe and South-East Asia.

She continues to travel widely to indulge her passion in the human condition, history and belief systems.

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