ParaNormalRomance.org

AWAY FROM MY DESK by RIF K. HAFFAR

Summary

Traveling mainly by motorcycle, the author traverses 45 countries on six continents in this memoir, experiencing both fascinating and harrowing travails during a one-year journey. With a healthy mix of contemporary and historical perspectives, new insights are provided on typical tourist destinations like the Taj Mahal and the Trevi Fountain. Additionally, encounters with a law enforcement official in the Czech Republic and a panty-wielding pickpocket in Istanbul (among other things) supply plenty of humor along the way. These vivid and engaging accounts showcase the destinations not just as tourists see them, but as residents experience them as well, realistically portraying floods, earthquakes, and civil unrest.

REVIEWS

Away From My Desk has not yet been reviewed.

(Notify me via e-mail when this book is reviewed.)

 

Away From My Desk
by Rif K. Haffar

Ameera Publishing
September 1, 2002
ISBN #0971545111
336 pages
Paperback
Add to Shopping List
Order from Amazon


EBook Isle Bookstore hosted by Fresh Fiction