Rensina van den Heuvel

Biography

I travel as much as I can and usually overland in a Gaz 66 truck with my partner. I offer and run Overland Driving/Walking Tours in Mongolia and Morocco. I like the connection with folks from many cultures.
Just beginning a Women to Women Empowerment Project in Mongolia which will entail teaching women in remote villages how to sew, providing them with a machine and all the gear. The plan is to help them earn a sustainable income.
I live on a remote property in North Queensland, Australia when I am home. I sew bags with a logo to sell to raise money for the project and write (usually travel) articles for the local Newspaper and magazines.
I am currently writing my second book about travelling overland in a Russian Gaz 66 from Finland to Jordan.
I am also a qualified Counsellor.
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Smashwords Interview

Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
No but I do remember writing stories as soon as I could hold a pencil.
What are your five favorite books, and why?
The Red Tent....I love books about women and the empowerment of women. I also like the style of Tim Winton.....I DO also love Australian authors. I like 'realness'...a raw quality.
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Videos

World Travels with us
Overland travelling through Mongolia, Syria, Turkey, Jordan, Bulgaria...and more!

Books

Russian Documents Mongolian Dust
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Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 135,210. Language: English. Published: August 26, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Travel » Specialties & interests
An adventure travelogue. Driving overland from Australia to the Netherlands via Korea, Russia, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, across a stormy Black Sea to Bulgaria and onwards. I fell in love with Mongolia, land of blue sky and nomads. In freezing temperatures, there's nothing like camping in the wild to stretch you way out of your comfort zone. Jump into this story with me and you'll experience it.

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