"'Peter Moore is the genuine article, a traveller's traveller'" FHM "'This infinitely handy, irreverent bullet-pointed code of conduct (and misconduct) abroad revels in a kind of anti-Wish You Were Here ethos. Expect the worse, then turn to this to find ideas, answers and, best of all, comfort in the sod's law of holiday-going'" The Scotsman "'Seasoned travellers will find plenty to relate to in this witty and observant book, especially the gentle dig at some of the more conventional guides'" Lancashire Evening Post "'It's not a run-of-the-mill travel book, oh no, but a book no traveller can do without'" Virginstudent.com "'Definitely a book to take with you as an accompaniment to a detailed travel guide, or even better, a humorous reminder of your trip when you get back home...well worth a read' " Outland Website
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About the Author
Peter Moore is a freelance advertising copywriter and website producer who works only to support his insatiable travel habit. He has written for various Australian and British publications, including The Times and Sydney Herald, and it the author of two acclaimed travel books, The Wrong Way Home and The Full Montezuma. When he's not on the road living out of his trusty backpack, he lives in Sydney with his collections of souvenir plastic snowdomes.