There are some books that are just necessary reading for anyone who’s planning on embarking on a lifetime of travel adventures – either long-term nomadic travel or short-term trips where you want to get more out of the trip than an ordinary tourist. And Vagabonding: An Uncommon Guide to the Art of Long-Term World Travel by Rolf Potts is one of those books. Rolf’s book is inspirational and accessible at the same time, giving everyone the confidence – and the tools – to make a travel lifestyle a reality.
Rolf’s been a long-time friend of BootsnAll, which is one of the reasons we’re so pleased he’s finally come out with a follow-up book. Marco Polo Didn’t Go There: Stories and Revelations from One Decade as a Postmodern Travel Writer is Rolf’s latest book, and BootsnAll is hosting a stop on his virtual book tour this Wednesday, September 17. And not only that, we’re going to give away 10 copies of the new book as part of the book tour stop!
In order to win a copy of Marco Polo Didn’t Go There, just go to this BootBlog post and leave a question you’d like Rolf to answer in the comments of that post. He’ll pick 10 questions from all the ones he receives, and those people will win a copy of the book.
Hurry over to this post to learn more about Rolf’s new book and to ask him a question, the book tour stop is coming up soon!
>> UPDATE: Thanks to everyone who participated, the virtual book tour stop was a great success. Rolf answered 12 reader questions, and you can read the whole interview here.