Been there, done that? Then The Smart Traveler’s Passport, by Erik Torkells and the readers of Budget Travel, is the right guide for you. Full of tips (399, to be exact) from real travelers, the book contains practical information, such as where to find a free cruise in Singapore and how to dry out a digital camera that was dropped in the Nile. “Even when breathtakingly idiosyncratic, the advice is useful,” says Torkells. At $14.95, this book pays for itself.
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Idiosyncratic yet practical advice for the seasoned budget traveler.from Reader's Digest Magazine | May 2007