Travelers' Tales Safety and Security for Women Who Travel

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Personal safety is a prime concern for women on the road, and this collection of tips and wisdom gives women the tools they need to be secure, confident travelers. Authors and world travelers Sheila Swan and Peter Laufer help lay to rest fears and provide guidance for women to travel securely anywhere in the world. This book includes helpful and entertaining anecdotes from other women.Learn How To:spot a scam artistavoid sexual predators determine when a threat is real stay centered in a bad situationtrust your instincts and intuition protect yourself in any environment avoid trouble when it appearshave fun in spite of travel snafus..and much moreBinding - SoftAuthor - Sheila Swan & Peter LauferPages - 304Publisher - Traveler's TalesYear - 2004

- Campmor

Whether alone on an overseas business venture or experiencing the thrill of traveling solo, this book allows women to travel with confidence. Author: Sheila Swan and Peter Laufer. Soft cover; 153 pages. Travelers' Tales; copyright 2004. Advise and tips for planning trips, dealing with officials, encounters with strangers and the risk and rewards of traveling solo. Learn how to; spot a scam artist, dress for safety, avoid being a victim, overcome travel snafus and other cautionary travel tips.


Travelers' Tales Safety and Security for Women Who Travel

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$11.96 - $14.95

The Travelers' Tales Safety and Security for Women Who Travel is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 30, 2011 at Campmor.

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