All the Right Places

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Vintage Books, May 1, 1990 - Voyages and travels. - 291 pages
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A vivid, personal travel account charts a young American's adventures backpacking, hiking, and biking through China, Japan, and Russia and the opportunity he found to experience the real thoughts, lives, and ways of the people

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A very interesting look at a China/Russia/Japan long gone as Newsham's trip was in 1984. Although his book was written a number of years later, it had a stronger sense of currency than did "Take me With You". Really made me think again about doing the Trans-Sib Read full review

All the right places

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When his marriage foundered, Newsham set out on an Oriental soul-searching tour through Japan, China, and Russia. In Japan he climbed Mt. Fuji, trekked through lovely countryside, and visited ... Read full review

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