Globetrotter Diaries by Michael Clinton
Tales, Tips and Tactics for Traveling the 7 Continents

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Stunning photography by acclaimed photographer Michael Clinton Michael Clinton's travels are ones to which many people today aspire, making Globetrotter Diaries an inspiring, informative, and entertaining guide to world travel today After publishing five previous photography books with Glitterati, this is the author's first foray into text-based book publishing and promises to be an excellent counterpoint to his image-based work In an era when the earth is our oyster, Michael Clinton is the premier globetrotter in search of its pearls. Over the course of more than 35 years, Clinton has traveled the seven continents documenting his experiences in photographs. Now, for the first time, Clinton tells it like it is. In Globetrotter Diaries, the author shares with us his adventures, his knowledge, and his witty reminiscences of his life on the road. As the author of five photography books with Glitterati, Clinton is well-versed in the native customs, rituals, and landscapes of the most popular and remote places around the world. This book provides the perfect companion piece to his photographic work. Here Clinton reveals himself as he learns the nature of humanity from its billions of inhabitants who make travel one of life's greatest pastimes.

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Michael Clinton is President, Marketing & Publishing Director for Hearst Magazines. His responsibilities include overseeing fifteen publications, including 'Harper's Bazaar', 'Marie-Claire', 'O: The Oprah Magazine', 'Seventeen' and 'Esquire' Clinton has served on the boards of the Volunteer of America and The Starlight Foundation. Currently, the author is on the board of the International Center of Photography in New York and is the founder of Circle of Generosity. He lives in New York City and Southampton, New York.
Published February 16, 2013 by Glitterati Incorporated. 263 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Travel, Action & Adventure.

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Beginning with a youthful dream to visit family in Ireland, the author relates how he became obsessed with travel and then highlights some of the 122 countries he’s visited, with each chapter representing a different country or region.

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My French trip would take me to Chartres, then Tours, Poitiers, Bordeaux, Toulouse, on a side trip to Albi to visit the Toulouse-Lautrec Museum and then to Carcassonne.

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