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If you’ve ever dreamed of completing an epic journey behind the wheel, The 50 Greatest Road Trips is for you. Packed full of the world’s most exotic, exciting and iconic road-trips, this compelling read will have you reaching for a road map. Informative first-hand accounts and engaging descriptions of routes across the Americas, Asia, Europe and Africa showcase the ultimate in car adventures.
The author is a veteran of road-tripping, having driven the iconic 19,000-mile route from North America to South America’s tip, completed several dusty cross-desert voyages in the Australian outback, off-roaded in the mountain foothills of rural Cyprus, and scaled towering Saharan sand dunes in a 4x4.
Whatever part of the world you have your eye on, Sarah Woods suggests an epic road to follow. Readers are sure to feel the urge to climb into an old Chevrolet, crank up the tunes on the stereo, flick the sunroof open and settle back for one heck of a ride on the open road . . .
Sarah Woods is the author of over a dozen travel books, a fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and a member of the British Guild of Travel Writers. She writes for national newspapers and travel magazines and has criss-crossed the globe several times in every direction. She appears regularly on TV and radio (BBC, ITV, CNN and Al Jazeera) and also spent three years as the holiday expert on The Alan Titchmarsh Show. In the past two decades, she has been awarded the Kenneth Wescott Jones Prize (twice), the PSA Award for Broadcasting and the BGTW Travel Guide Writer of the Year’.