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Andrew John Rainnie

Andrew John Rainnie February 27, 2013
Andrew John Rainnie

Author Details

Pen Name
Andrew John Rainnie
Where I Live
Glasgow

In 2011 screenwriter, filmmaker and journalist Andrew John Rainnie quit his life to follow his dream and travel the world. Relive the adventures as he charts this exciting and turbulent journey, often mixing his trademark blunt yet comedic opinions of the places he visits with deep personal insights into his past. What emerges is a poignant, poetic and often humorous insight into the lifestyle of a globetrotting aficionado, a mix between On the Road and An Idiot Abroad.

The 342 page book charts Rainnie’s adventures through South-East Asia, Australia, Fiji, New Zealand, South American, North America and Canada. Each chapter opens with a photograph from the vast well collected during the author's adventures. While many travelogues have been written, Rainnie speaks with a frank, often brutal manner, offering those who may be thinking of travelling solo a rare, unique insight into the physical and emotional difficulties faced alone on the open road, as well as the pleasures of escaping the daily rat race.

In 2011 screenwriter, filmmaker and journalist Andrew John Rainnie quit his life to follow his dream and travel the world. Relive the adventures as he charts this exciting and turbulent journey, often mixing his trademark blunt yet comedic opinions of the places he visits with deep personal insights into his past. What emerges is a poignant, poetic and often humorous insight into the lifestyle of a globetrotting aficionado, a mix between On the Road and An Idiot Abroad.

The 342 page book charts Rainnie’s adventures through South-East Asia, Australia, Fiji, New Zealand, South American, North America and Canada. Each chapter opens with a photograph from the vast well collected during the author's adventures. While many travelogues have been written, Rainnie speaks with a frank, often brutal manner, offering those who may be thinking of travelling solo a rare, unique insight into the physical and emotional difficulties faced alone on the open road, as well as the pleasures of escaping the daily rat race.

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