An Exploration of New Experiences and Understanding

Saturday, March 25, 2023 at 1:06am UTC

Traveling and exploring new places, cultures, or lifestyles is both a personal and professional development opportunity. Expanding one's horizons always offers a unique learning experience that's empowering, inspiring, and ultimately life-changing. Whether traveling to another country for the first time or getting off the beaten path and exploring a new interest. It's all about being open to seeing things from a different perspective and the rewards can be life-changing.

In this entertaining and enlightening work, a pair of well-traveled travelers share some of the most important things they have learned from their journeys. From food to lodging, from relationships with locals to long-term travel, these letters offer a glimpse into how to navigate through culture so others can find what they're looking for.

This book includes the author's reflections on places he's visited as well as advice for first-time travelers on what to do and what not to do when traveling.

“How Not To Travel”
Written by: Norman L. Lofland and Betty J. Lofland
Kindle: $3.99
Paperback: $28.99
This beautiful and thought-provoking read can be purchased on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and GoToPublish. Discover the wonder of life from these incredible stories.

About the Author
Norman L. Lofland attended Anderson College in Indiana before joining the U.S. Army. After serving for two years in the Korean War, he earned a BA in Speech, Drama, and English Literature from Wichita State University in Kansas, an MA degree in Drama from the University of Southern California, and a Ph.D. in Drama from Carnegie Mellon University.

Betty J. Lofland, his wife, earned a BA from McPherson College in Kansas, and an MA in History from the University of Bridgeport in Connecticut.

After sixty years of teaching on all levels, forty-four of which were at universities abroad, the Loflands now live in Los Angeles and Macau, China.

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