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Jim Moehlenbrock Shares His Daily Travel Journal of His Budget-friendly Solo Trips Through Asia


ďA Budget Travelerís Daily Journal of His Solo Adventures through AsiaĒ is an informative and educational travel tips journal. This contains a lot of tips and hints for those who wanted to explore Asia. This thrift and budget-friendly adventure for travel enthusiasts, also reveals what it is like to travel to foreign countries without knowing anyone in those countries and not knowing their languages while traveling alone or being part of any group tour.

This journal will take you to wonderful destinations within Asian countries and it will provide answers to many questions about why anyone would want to travel solo and how you can make it a positive experience while learning more about yourself. Nevertheless, traveling alone will lead to self-discovery and gaining positive experiences that are worth sharing and that you will treasure.

This informational book is best to share for all, those who plan to explore other countries and make lifetime experiences of interacting with different cultures.

Available at Simply Best Reads and in Amazon at and other online book retailers.

A Budget Travelerís Daily Journal of His Solo Adventures Through Asia
Written by Jim Moehlenbrock
Published by Proisle Publishing Service
Published date: May 5, 2023
Paperback Price: $13.99
Kindle Price: $4.99

About the Author
Jim Moehlenbrock is a semi-retired internationally experienced high school counsellor, mathematics teacher, and college instructor. He served in the U.S Army Reserves 6 years as a combat engineer. He taught high school math in South Carolina until he retired. Throughout his S.C teaching, he drove a 60 passenger school bus for 22 years and more than 220,000 miles without causing any accidents and he loved being a school bus driver.

Jim taught math at Zweibrucken American High School in Germany for two years and got to travel to 30 European countries. He taught in Southeast Asia for 14 years: 4 years at an international school in Thailand, one year in Vietnam (in the late 1990s), 5 years in a hill-tribe school teaching Hmong students, and remaining years he tutored students aged 6 to 19 in an orphanage in Thailand. He taught using Thai as the language of instruction.

During his free summers between school years, he travelled solo on a very tight budget into 56 countries stretched out over five continents. He is sharing his travel journals with you so that you can see how interesting traveling solo can be. Itís not really a traveling style to be afraid of but rather, one to be embraced. As you read the journal, try to see yourself traveling in Jimís place, and youíll see itís quite doable.

Education: Travelers Rest High School Ė Diploma
Furman University Ė B.A. Degree in Psychology
Clemson University Ė M.Ed. in Counseling
Clemson University Ė M.Ed. in Mathematics

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