Crobs Abroad: A Scot’s Misadventures with a Backpack

 Crobs Abroad 22 March 2016 KINDLEUpon graduating from University, Crobs slung a backpack over his shoulder and, along with four friends, set out on a quest to explore the world and meet its fantastic inhabitants. What started out as a summer wandering along the Gringo Trail of South America though quickly spilt into a continuing string of mishaps that saw him fall into a multitude of embarrassing encounters with locals and fellow travellers as he tailed off on drunken ramblings and misadventures across five different continents.

Whilst being kidnapped by the mayor of a Peruvian city; getting food poisoning in Argentina; crashing a mountain bike on the world’s most dangerous road; and becoming embroiled in a Brazilian drug trafficking scheme may be enough to deter some, however, Crobs was just getting started. Follow his trials and tribulations as he then gets comatose drunk on the Thai islands; tossed down a Latvian bobsled run; kicked out of a Hungarian lap dancing club; and undertakes a sweltering trek across the Sahara Desert. Will Crobs eventually fall into some luck?

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We Ordered a Panda: Tales of City-Hopping Around Europe

cover-1When Scottish backpacker Chris met a dark-haired Italian beauty on a cold winter’s eve in Latvia, he was confronted with the dilemma faced by so many travellers before him: endure the inevitable tragedy of a long-distance relationship, or let go of something potentially truly special.

Join Chris and Lara on their city-hopping adventures across Europe together as they embrace Austria’s absurd drinking traditions; flee from the law in Serbia; endure an awkward meeting with Lara’s father in Italy; discuss sex machines in the Czech Republic; commit road rage in Croatia, and order a panda in Slovenia. Along the way, there’s headaches, heartbreaks, and hilarity, as the pair try to steal as much time together as possible whilst facing the sombre fact that each goodbye may be their last.

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