Hi Adventure Philanthropists,
St. Patty’s day is round the corner! Hope the luck of the Irish is with you all year long!
Amazon 5* Review > Suzanne, my childhood friend from New Zealand, wrote my first UK Amazon Review – Here’s a snippet, but you can read it in full too.
Wow. What an inspiration for women everywhere.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book on travelling and volunteering in some of the remotest areas of the world… It's not written like a tourist guide, but is structured around the various emotions that the author encountered in her travels - everything from Joy and Love to Anger. I liked this fresh format.
It would be great reading material for anyone going travelling for a year out, especially the parts on self-defence and also how women can be assertive… The book is suitable for teenagers (and older) to read and should give the reader a more rounded and realistic view of the world.
Buy the book > Grab yourself a copy of Adventure Philanthropist today!
And now for the articles this week:
Later this morning I’m going to be busy taking a CPR course—again. I haven’t take a class in a while and I’m ready to refresh my skills. Here’s what I’ll be doing, how you can participate too, and why we should all take a CPR course:
Favorite: Volunteering Overseas: Video Q&A
Several months ago, our video Q&A features questions from three readers that I’ve never met in person, but who took the time to write in with questions – too cool! Two of these questions are about finding volunteers opportunities overseas and the third question is about my travel budget for my two-year RTW trip. Tune in and watch!
Photo of the Week: Lighthouse, Tasman Island, Tasmania
I snapped this photo on a water safari on Tasman Island. It was a crisp, clear day with relatively calm waters. From our pontoon boat, we spied the lighthouse atop the island – one of the most remote lighthouses in the world. A lonely sight, even on such a picture-perfect day.
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See you on the road,
Erin, a bona fide Irish lass