Not All Wanderers Are Lost
Sometimes in life, there comes a chance for one to fulfill one's dreams to travel the planet, and have someone else pay. This book is such a story.
The author's previous employment opportunities included cleaning public lavatories, working in a slaughterhouse, running coffee shops, and then this opportunity came along. More
Having never stepped foot inside a university, the author was able to get a job where he travelled across the globe, not as an impoverished traveller, but in paid employment.
Throughout his more than eight year journey he sent email reports about his travels to his daughters. In these reports he tells the stories of the people he met, the odd experiences he had, the countries he visited, and the untold fun of not living anywhere in particular, and not knowing where he’d be sleeping each night.
This is not a book centered on tourist sites and tourist events, but a collection of stories as the author carried out his job being sent all over the planet often at very short notice. He mixed with the working classes, loved them all, laughed at their idiosyncrasies.
If you need to know how to unblock a toilet in a Chilean hotel without tools, how to get staff motivated in Texas, and many more gems, this book is for you.