Dust in My Pack

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Follow one traveller’s journey across seven continents to reveal some of the most fascinating places to explore on our planet. Sail to Antarctica and walk among penguins or camp beneath a foraging elephant in Malawi. Savour coffee in a Nicaraguan ecolodge, trek Africa’s third highest peak in Uganda or cycle to a rarely-visited temple in southern Laos. More

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About Nancy O'Hare

Nancy O’Hare is the author of Dust in My Pack and Searching for Unique. After a twenty-year career living and working around the world, O’Hare now writes about our exciting planet and its most unique places. She has travelled to over seventy countries and lived across five continents alongside her husband whose photography exposes remarkable landscapes and intriguing cultures. Together, they have transitioned from a corporate career to pursue their creative pursuits. Through her writing, she explores our planet, one country at a time.

O’Hare’s love for nature and cultures is revealed in narratives pulled from all seven continents. Destinations are structured into themes, such as trekking and ancient sites.

Inspire your inner traveller with her refreshing perspective on little-known destinations.

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Leo Buijs reviewed on on Aug. 13, 2017

A fresh approach to travel books, well written and a pleasure to read.
Unlike Lonely Planet or any other guidebook, 'Dust in my Pack' is less detailed to where and when, but offers an extraordinary list of experiences toggled down by a thirsty traveler.
From Antarctica to Zimbabwe and mostly everything in between, Nancy O’Hara went out of the way to find places less traveled, making this personal account a fascinating read. As many adventures were on budget oriented outfitters or tour-groups,
The adventures the author describes are not for the faint at heart or the elderly. Many tours she took were with 20-29-year old’s and often under quite primitive conditions. As she writes ‘These treks can throw a lot at you, scrunch you up and try to toss you down. After five days of dodging swamps or steady inclines, finding energy to push on can be hard.’ For that matter, ‘Dust in my Pack’ will particularly please a younger adventurer, or any traveler that is young at heart. Having said that, I also believe that “Dust in my Pack’ can be a good read about exceptional places for an armchair traveler.
(reviewed 8 days after purchase)
MBVEALE reviewed on on Aug. 4, 2017

A stimulating new type travel book style,away from tourist crowds.
It describes the excitement ,adventure & feel of the "local"; atmosphere.
Destinations are varied, providing memorable travel experiences.
It will create a new travel challenge.

(reviewed 5 days after purchase)

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