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Grounded

Onnections between trains and buses in remote transit stations and wading through the chaos that most long haul travelers float feet above Stevenson winds his way around the world by biking walking hiking riding in rickshaws freight ships cruise ships ancient ferries buses and the Trans Siberian Railway but never gets on an. I like this type of book travel adventure Although the author and his girlfriend circumnavigated the globe without ever using airplanes it didn t sound like much fun They traveled by steamer train bike freighter etc but never really got to see places as it was all about getting to the next place They always seemed to be in a rush When I travel it s about the places I m at and getting to know them And they drank a lot and stayed at undesirable places in my opinion I want to enjoy my traveling But I m glad I read it and saw how it is possible to go around the world without having to fly Twisted places as it was all about getting to the next The Exploration of the Male Anatomy place They always seemed to be in a rush When I travel it s about the Transforming Multilateral Diplomacy: The Inside Story of the Sustainable Development Goals places I m at and getting to know them And they drank a lot and stayed at undesirable All Night Long (Nannies, places in my opinion I want to enjoy my traveling But I m glad I read it and saw how it is

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AirplaneHe finds that from the ground one sees the world anew with a deeper understanding of time distance and the vastness of the earth In this sensational travelogue each step of the journey is an adventure full of unexpected revelations in every new port at every bend in the railroad tracks and around every street corner.. Intersting and well written if not a bit slight

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An eye opening and fascinating slow travel journey from an acclaimed writer who circled the globe without ever leaving the ground In this age of globalism and high speed travel Seth Stevenson the witty thoughtful Slate columnist takes us back to a time when travel meant putting one foot in front of the other racing to make c. Nicely written and paced easy to read and fun However I was surprised that the point of this adventure seemed to be moving very fast without stopping They traveled to some of the oddest and most exotic places in the world only to spend the whole time calculating the best way to get to the next destination Almost all of the description focuses on boats buses rental cars and trains Almost all of the conversations are with fellow travelers and the occasional port agent Since they didn t set themselves a time limit I didn t understand why they couldn t hang out in one place for a few days so t


10 thoughts on “Grounded

  1. says:

    I wanted to like this book what with a cool premise of going on an around the world journey without flying and all The first third of

  2. says:

    Seth and his girlfriend Rebecca decide they want to travel all the way around the world by surface travel ie no flying They set out via ships cargo and cruise buses trains regular speed and bullet trains and bicycles Their journey takes them across the Atlantic Ocean Germany Estonia Moscow across Siberia down to Japan China Cambodia Thailand and back east to and across Australia to New Zealand and back to the US And I know I’ve

  3. says:

    Nicely written and paced easy to read and fun However I was surprised that the point of this adventure seemed to be moving very fast without stopping They traveled to some of the oddest and most exotic places in the world only to spend the whol

  4. says:

    I like this type of book travel adventure Although the author and his girlfriend circumnavigated the globe without ever using airplanes it didn't sound like much fun They traveled by steamer train bike freighter etc but never really got to see places as it was all about getting to the next place They always seemed to be in a rush When I travel it's about the places I'm at and getting to know them And they drank a lot and

  5. says:

    This is not the book I wanted to read The book I want to read is the one written by Rebecca Mr Stevenson’s girlfriend who had

  6. says:

    I am only giving this one star despite the fact that I think Stevenson is a very good writer with an engaging voice I was not bored at all reading this book But I am docking points for trip itself I cannot get my head around why they did it in this way I don't mean staying on the groundI am all for that and it'

  7. says:

    I hadnt heard of Seth Stevenson before but now I'm glad I picked this upLike so many I am so used to not thinking about air travel as thana convenience and a one size fits all institution The author and his wife are able to pick up close up their apartment and live out of suitcases and backpacks as they sail ta

  8. says:

    To me this book seemed like a blog than the book of a professional writer you know a journalist who earns a living writing I

  9. says:

    Intersting and well written if not a bit slight

  10. says:

    From my book blog wwwJetBlackDragonflyblogspotcomFreelance writer Seth Stevenson and his girlfriend Rebecca were in a rutTired of the workaday grind they decide to turn life into an adventure Grounded is the journal of their trip around the world by ground only Selling almost everything and putting the rest in storage the leave with packs on their backs and no keys in their pockets Bunking on cargo freighters a

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