Vagabond Dreams

Vagabond Dreams How much of your life is true and how much do you accept only because it s easy What if you could leave that old life behind Just burn it down drop off the map and live among strangers who know noth

  • Title: Vagabond Dreams
  • Author: Ryan Murdock
  • ISBN: 9780957370203
  • Page: 358
  • Format: Paperback
  • How much of your life is true, and how much do you accept only because it s easy What if you could leave that old life behind Just burn it down, drop off the map and live among strangers who know nothing about the person you re supposed to be Do you have any idea what you d discover Vagabond Dreams is a true story of awakening amongst a cast of fascinating characters aHow much of your life is true, and how much do you accept only because it s easy What if you could leave that old life behind Just burn it down, drop off the map and live among strangers who know nothing about the person you re supposed to be Do you have any idea what you d discover Vagabond Dreams is a true story of awakening amongst a cast of fascinating characters at the farthest margins of the map At its heart is the uncompromising vision of rising beyond one s self imposed limitations and truly living This powerful map to Road Wisdom is for brave travelers determined to embrace personal freedom and create the life of their choice Who are you without your boxes Are you ready to find out

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    About “Ryan Murdock

    • Ryan Murdock

      My single minded pursuit of travel literature has taken me to some of the world s most unforgiving places, including Mongolia, Tibet, Nicaragua, and North Korea, by Russian jeep, motorcycle, dugout canoe, horse and camel When asked, I say I m drawn to such settings because I have a keen interest in marginal regions, in nomadic peoples, and in places where cultures meet and sometimes clash In truth, I m not sure why I feel so compelled to go there It starts as a tightening deep in my stomach, and the urgency builds until I find myself boarding a plane As the trip gets closer I never want to go, because I know the journey will be a difficult one and that I ll come back changed.I chose travel literature as a medium because it can be so many things autobiography, history, anthropology, adventure, memoir, narrative, and even a catharsis The best travel writing is all of these at once As Editor at Large Europe for Outpost magazine, I write feature length articles about my adventures I guess people like them, because they got me nominated for a National Magazine Award And my book Vagabond Dreams received a coveted red star review in Publisher s Weekly.My work and writings have been featured extensively in print and visual media, including Toronto s Eye Weekly and on the primetime CTV television show ETalk, Canada s top rated entertainment program You d think that all this work would keep me out of trouble, but somehow it doesn t From run ins with communist militaries, to physical altercations with the secret police of a certain Asian country, to survival situations on the Mongolian steppe with two Swedish girls and a very small tent, mischief continues to stalk me despite publishing deadlines and a rather dull day to day life I m thankful for that, because if it wasn t for writing I d be unemployable.Stay up to date on my latest adventures through my website and blog ryanmurdock



    740 thoughts on “Vagabond Dreams

    • Ryan's personal quest to inner freedom has led him to various interesting and remote places in Central America. I really had a blast reading this book, but some greater questions are still left unanswered or the motivation for doing things has ben left unanswered. I did not like the usage of exceptional difficult English words (but tha'ts very personal), and it was a pity that the printing quality wasn't that great, but that didn't keep me from enjoying the travellers tale. I wonder whether Ryan [...]


    • I was lucky enough to receive this as a giveaway. What an amazing adventure. I know all about being bitten by the travel bug, however before reading this book, enjoyed seeing it in 5★ style. To be able to follow the road less travelled without a schedule, plan, or fear, must have been amazing, be it unconventional to most of us. Whilst South America isn't my vagabond dream, I do believe we can learn alot about what's really important, instead of complying to how society expects us to be and a [...]


    • I was lucky enough to receive a copy of this through the giveaway, so thank you.What a fantastic adventure must have been had while writing this novel, it has totally renewed my desire to go travelling myself, fantastic book to escape with.



    • 3.5 stars. As any successful travel does, Murdock's journey in Central America brings discoveries and transformation, whose unfolding into the author's mind and heart represents the most interesting part of the book. His considerations about socially correct lifestyles, "finding a place that suits you rather than crushing yourself to fit into a space", and, ultimately, freedom, are what enthused me and clutched my mind. The story, instead, sounds sometimes too fabricated and clashes with the gen [...]



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