Ever feel you’re traveling too fast?
There are millions of tourists the world over, visiting foreign destinations, and looking for that special special glimpse of a foreign culture. Faced with dwindling incomes and limited vacation time, they rush through their holidays, and return home having barely scratched the surface.
There is another way.
Through hands-on advice, travel anecdotes, and practical exercises, The Way of Slow Travel: A Hands-On Guide to the Best Travel of Your Life proposes a simple but revolutionary idea: we can gain much more from travel if we just slow down. It’s a travel manifesto for a smaller world, where the line between home and away begins to blur.
Whether you’re backpacking around the world for a year or slipping away to the countryside for the weekend, this book will change the way you think about travel.