Description - No Shitting in the Toilet by Peter Moore
Straight-talking, down-to-earth and totally irreverent, NO SHITTING IN THE TOILET examines cheap travel with clear eyes and hard realism. Based on the 1996 Travel Website of the Year (Net Magazine) NSITT is a celebration of all that's perverse about travel. It's about getting stranded and ripped off. It's about sitting in a tiny room counting cockroaches and feeling sorry for yourself. It's about being totally clueless, hopeless and pathetic...and loving every minute of it! In the four years since the original NSITT took the backpacker world by storm, many changes have revolutionised the travel experience athe internet and the trend towards short-break holidays being the most significant. The plummeting value of the dollar means more and more holiday-makers are venturing even further off the beaten track in search of affordable holidays aand thus deeper into the territory of NSITT, 'where you're more likely to find a cockroach on your pillow than a complimentary mint'. The three new chapters will keep Peter's fans aoriginal groupies and new recruits alike awell-informed on all aspects of backpacker travel. Peter shares his secrets with chapters like- "Top 10 horrific bus
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(198mm x 130mm x 18mm)
Publisher: Transworld Publishers (Division of Random House Australia)
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Author Biography - Peter Moore
Peter Moore is an itinerant hobo who is lucky enough to be able to support his insatiable travel habit (he has visited 92 countries on his travels) through writing. He is the author of four acclaimed travel books - The Wrong Way Home, The Full Montezuma, Swahili for the Broken-Hearted (shortlisted for the WHSMith People's Choice Travel Book Award) and Vroom with a View as well as the classic alternative travel guide, No Shitting in the Toilet. When he's not on the road living out of his senselessly overweight backpack, he alternates between London and Sydney with his collection of souvenir plastic snowdomes and Kinder Surprise toys.