(Image: Off the Road, p116-117, © Gestalten)
Review “Off the Road”
— Explorer, Vans, and Life Off the Beaten Track —
Who are these people that you see traveling the road of freedom and adventure?
Where did they come from and where are they heading to?
And what about their trusty, sometimes rusty, 2 or 4-wheel companions? Their homes for the weekend or for many years still to come.
Discovering the answers to these questions is what “Off the Road” book is all about.
“Crossing through a myriad of landscapes, from cacti-covered deserts to snow-capped mountains,
I discover both unequalled adrenaline and unprecedented peace.” – Noelia Hobeika (Off The Road, p.4)
This 256 page book is a collection of short stories, absolutely awe-inspiring photographs and a quick look underneath the hood of their treasured vehicles. From iceland-proved motorcycles, converted vans to fully equipped overland and expedition vehicles.
It is not a book to be read in one go. It’s not a single travel story. Instead it is a book that you have laying around on your coffee or bedside table, to be picked up now and then to inspire you for your own next adventure.
“Maybe it is a bit set up like a travel guide. What I like about travel guides – or at least what every travel guide should have – is a lot, lot of pictures! Off the Road has that, and I love it! To be able to see the people behind the stories, the vehicles they travel with. Perfect.” – Elmer , Terratrotter
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