Unusual People Who Made Remarkable Trips: Wandering Educators reviews Crocodile Love

Joshua & Sutay Berman traveled to 16 countries in 16 months on their honeymoon, and then he wrote a book.

Check out this book review of Crocodile Love and my Q&A with Dr. Jessie Voigts in Wandering Educators, “A Travel Library for People Curious About the World.” She writes:

Berman_Crocodile“Berman’s thoughtful writing, insight into cultural nuances, intercultural sensitivity, and care translate into one of the best books I’ve ever read. Highly recommended.”

Crocodile Love: Unusual People Who Made Remarkable Trips

by Dr. Jessie Voigts, March 1, 2016

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Imagine traveling for over a year on your honeymoon – exploring family history, traveling off the tourist trail, and making a difference by volunteering long term. How would that affect your new marriage? In Sutay and Josh Berman’s case, everything. RPCV and educator Josh and his wife, RPCV and nurse Sutay, ventured forth for 16 months on an extended honeymoon – traveling to places familiar (the village in The Gambia where Sutay lived during her time in the Peace Corps) and new (the college in Pakistan where Sutay’s great grandfather, Dr. R.R. Stewart, was a director for decades). His new book, Crocodile Love: Travel Tales from an Extended Honeymoon, shares those travels, and gives readers a glimpse into a different way of traveling – and starting a marriageREAD THE FULL REVIEW AND INTERVIEW HERE->

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