Travel Book of the Week: “Borders, Bandits, and Babywipes: A Big Adventure in a Tiny Car” by Bassam Tarazi

"Borders, Bandits, and Babywipes" by Bassam TaraziBassam Tarazi (here’s his Travel Style) is an international travel warrior, an inspiring motivational speaker, and the founder of the blog Colipera. His book, “Borders, Bandits, and Babywipes: A Big Adventure in a Tiny Car,” details his journey as he and his friends, via Amazon, tackle the “Mongol Rally, a nearly 10,000-mile road trip from London to Mongolia through terrain that would make a mountain goat’s knees buckle, in a vehicle that was little more than a go-kart. Borders, Bandits, and Baby Wipes is Tarazi’s incredible tale of what comes with life on the go and off the map. It’s a dive into cultures and cop cars, big thoughts and meltdowns, and what it means to be human while covered in a constant sheen of awe and grime. Borders, Bandits, and Baby Wipes is a story about the kind of adventures we all said we’d have one day but never do. It’s about a world beyond our expectations, and our place in it.”

Grab it: Grab “Borders, Bandits, and Babywipes: A Big Adventure in a Tiny Car” by Bassam Tarazi on Amazon from $13.76.

 

Johnny Jet

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