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      Pavia Rosati
    
      Jeralyn Gerba

Travel North America

(and Avoid Being a Tourist)

; Jeralyn Gerba

Following the success of their first book Travel Anywhere, Fathom's latest book Travel North America pays homage to the stories, histories, landscapes and cultures of the vast and diverse North American continent. Les mer
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Following the success of their first book Travel Anywhere, Fathom's latest book Travel North America pays homage to the stories, histories, landscapes and cultures of the vast and diverse North American continent.

The future of travel is set to keep us closer to home, encourage us to slow down, expand our minds and bring us closer to nature. Tapping into a treasure trove of time-tested recommendations (both classic and little known) and a network of interesting people (chefs, novelists, designers, innkeepers, musicians), Fathom's founders Jeralyn Gerba and Pavia Rosati provide inspiration and practical trip-planning advice for modern travellers looking to rediscover North America in the wake of the coronavirus. With a focus on the United States, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean, Travel North America includes chapters such as 'Brave New World - The post-pandemic travel mindset', 'Follow Nature's Lead', 'Second Cities Take First Place', 'Road Tripping' and 'Giving Back - Humanitarian travel in North America'.

Presented in a beautifully designed package, Travel North America will show you that now has never been a better time to plan your next vacation, not too far from home.
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Forlag: Explore Australia
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 288
ISBN: 9781741177497
Format: 25 x 19 cm
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Pavia Rosati took her first plane journey at nine months old when her Italian mother took her to meet her grandparents at their villa outside Venice, a trip she repeated every year until college. As a result, her American classmates thought she was too Italian ("Where did you get those shoes?") and her Italian aunts thought she was too American ("You're so bold!"). A voracious and tireless explorer, she has spent her career covering culture, entertainment, food, and travel, taking special pride in seeing it all to report on the things worth knowing. Part pragmatist, part nostalgist, and wholehearted enthusiast of the irreverent, Jeralyn Gerba started traveling when she finally made enough money from summer jobs to do so, and, while based in New York City for university, she also studied art history in Italy, politics and society in South Africa, and food culture in Louisiana, among other things. She started writing about art, culture, nightlife, food, and items people make by hand, and figured out that she was happiest when comparing and collecting those observations with others.