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The Trails: A Complete Introduction to Backpacking Around the World

 Author: Carlos Grider  Pages: 76  Buy Paperback or Kindle eBook

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Have you dreamed of taking time off for a week, a month, or even a year to travel the world, experiencing far-off destinations filled with amazing views and foreign languages?

A better question – are you stumped as to where and how to start your journey?

Let’s be honest…packing a handful of belongings in a backpack and hopping on a plane solo to some far off place – Argentina, Croatia, Thailand, Egypt, Laos, and beyond – can seem understandably intimidating, but it will undoubtedly be the most worthwhile adventure of your life, much easier, and far more enjoyable than you expected. Here’s why…

For decades, backpackers and travelers have been sneaking off to the same, beautiful, exotic, and off the beaten path destinations, and sharing the best sites, best foods, and best experiences with each other from day one. 

Once you arrive in a handful of notorious backpacker cities, one for each continent or region (Buenos Aires, Bangkok, Croatia, Amman, and more…), you’ll start the “backpacker trail” and some unforgettable experiences.  Just by being in the right place (on the trail) you’ll be exposed to like minded travelers and locals who will share the best sites, experiences, foods, and next destinations.

However, you’ll never find out those insider tips from a tv show or a guidebook, you just have to start in the right location with a little prep – and that is what this book is about.  Giving you just enough of what you need to start your preferred “trail” and set you up to travel on a budget, without a guide or guidebook, and ready to have the time of your life.

In this book, we’ll cover: 

  • The Banana Pancake Trail: Southeast Asia, starting in Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh City, or Hanoi
  • The Gringo Trail: South America, starting in Buenos Aires, Santiago, or Bogota
  • The Balkan Walk: The Balkans, starting in Dubrovnik or Split, Croatia
  • The Arabian Trail: The Middle East, starting in Amman or Tel Aviv
  • The Maya Trail: Central America, starting in Panama City

Whether you have 1 month or 1 year to travel, by the time you’re done with this book, you’ll be ready for anywhere.