Somebody Read a Doug Lansky Book

Somebody Read a Doug Lansky Book
I am a traveler, I cannot purchase specific books, I am endless doomed to reading books I find along my path. However, I happened on a couple of quotes that that tell me this guy may have a clue, or a great publicist and editor.

He said,
“The traveler sees what he sees. The tourist sees what he comes to see.”


“According to Lansky the difference between a tourist and traveler is not the guidebooks, cameras or goofy hats and tacky outfits: “The traveler is the one who constantly pushes themselves out of their comfort zone as often as humanly possible.””

I found both of the quotes on this review, that looks like a well-written press release to me:

Get Lost

Bauang - Paringao - San Fernando, Philippines
La Union Province
Southeast Asia
Thursday, September 17, 2009
Buy the Same Gear as Andy uses… At three times the price, sorry.


I think the two quotes are good, who knows who said them, maybe it was Katie Lovett interpretation of Doug Lansky that was intuitive. I know some readers may know me better than me, and can explain me clearly.

Well, whatever, these two quotes above are insightful, something that would lead me to buy a book I would never read. I suppose I should put one or more of his books into my sales page, but I have not read, so I am not recommending his books or selling them. I am just saying, somebody who does not travel should read and tell a true traveler about the books… hehehe

Carrying around books all over planet earth is a heavy task, not a good idea, most of the books I read cost one dollars or are free, to pay more than 2 dollars is outside my desire to be entertained.

Is this all marketing or is there real meat to the text, I

Somebody Read a Doug Lansky Book