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This whimsical funny memoir takes on the challenges of new parenthood and exotic travel all at once Sarah Bringhurst set off with her husband for a summer roughing it across the Philippines taking along their t. A simple little travelogue that has all of best parts of the genre and none of the bad I really liked how this book focused on the author and her family and avoided trying to speak authoritatively about the country they were in or the people they were among So many books like this tend to portray the traveler as a secondary character mostly unchanged by the place that they visit imparting the wisdom that they have gleaned to those not as travelled This book feels real in both the good moments and the bad which made me feel that I was going along on the journey The inexperience and hopeful naiveté of young travelers really becomes the dominant theme Hopefully this is the first in the series from a family who has had many such adventures and we can get a feel for the development of their travel ethos as travels are related

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Paradise InterruptedWo month old baby In a rollicking journey across air sea and land they encountered unearthly scenery met fascinating people and fell into one hilarious misadventure after another Along the way they learned that. A charming mini memoir of a trip through the Philippines by the author her husband and their tiny baby I loved how the author was very open about how foolish and naive they sometimes were It was fun to read about their misadventures even though I'm sure it was very stressful at the time I'm also impressed that the author somehow got us to laugh with her never at her we are always on her sideI enjoy traveling with my kids too so it was a treat to read someone else's travel stories from the comfort of my overseas living room

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Free download Paradise Interrupted 109 ¶ This whimsical funny memoir takes on the challenges of new parenthood and exotic travel all at once Sarah Bringhurst set off with her husband for a summer roughing it across the Philippines taking along their two month old baby In a rollicking journey across air sea and land they encountered unearthly scenery mePlans will go awry life will go on and the journey will be beautiful From chocolate hills to desert islands from swimming with sharks to battling cockroaches the path from here to adventure never did run smoot. An entertaining tale of a college aged couple who make the dubious decision to travel around the Philippines with a baby and backpacks The Philippines is the most wonderful place in the world if you are a native born Filipino and a tragicomic disaster of corruption ineptitude crime inconvenience and very friendly people if you are anyone else This book does a fairly good but brief job of describing the way it really is