‘World Travel: An Irreverent Guide’ by Anthony Bourdain and Laurie Woolever is a celebration of the life and legacy of one of the most admired chefs and authors of all time—the renowned Anthony Bourdain. His many travels took him to more parts of the world than most people could ever hope to see. He traveled from New York, his hometown, to Borneo, a tribal longhouse, on to Buenos Aires, Shanghai, Paris, and Oman’s Empty Quarter, a secluded desert. The ‘World Travel: An Irreverent Guide’ by Anthony Bourdain and Laurie Woolever has taken Bourdian’s unique life experiences as a storied traveler and presents his adventures in a frank, fun, practical, and entertaining way. Within the ‘World Travel’ book, readers will be introduced to faraway places with fascinating cultural rituals and interesting experiences, all from the viewpoint of Anthony Bourdain.
‘World Travel: An Irreverent Guide’ also features practical travel advice covering topics on how to get to certain locations, what to eat when there, where to stay, and in some cases, provides some helpful warnings about things to avoid. In addition, there are also a handful of essays by friends and family that supplement Bourdain’s own valuable traveling advice. This includes sardonic tales from Bourdain’s own brother Christopher who has traveled alongside Bourdain during some of his experiences. ‘World Travel: An Irreverent Guide’ by Anthony Bourdain and Laurie Woolever is a fun read for anyone from armchair enthusiasts to veteran travelers.
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