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Are all your trips perfect "Missions Accomplished?" No? Fear not, you're in good company. Funny things can happen when you hit the road. This collection of anecdotes and lessons learned are from a traveler focused on the mission, whether business or leisure, and who finds the road itself can be wonderful. - Meet a priest in Taiwan who performs less-than-holy conversions - Are all your trips perfect "Missions Accomplished?" No? Fear not, you're in good company. Funny things can happen when you hit the road. This collection of anecdotes and lessons learned are from a traveler focused on the mission, whether business or leisure, and who finds the road itself can be wonderful. - Meet a priest in Taiwan who performs less-than-holy conversions - Consider a job offer to smuggle gold - Enjoy the tender ministrations of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency - Discover a part of Paris not found on any tourist maps - Learn why your friend might stroll buck naked through a hotel lobby at 4:00am - Discover what to do when stuck 100 feet down in a sunken ship - Be forewarned of "The Legend of Mount Splatterhorn" - Know the one word best unsaid while driving in Finland - ...And more than 40 other silly tales "Missions Accomplished" will entertain and educate you; you'll want this book before you take that next flight or anytime you need a pleasant diversion in short bite-size chunks loaded with travel wisdom.


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Are all your trips perfect "Missions Accomplished?" No? Fear not, you're in good company. Funny things can happen when you hit the road. This collection of anecdotes and lessons learned are from a traveler focused on the mission, whether business or leisure, and who finds the road itself can be wonderful. - Meet a priest in Taiwan who performs less-than-holy conversions - Are all your trips perfect "Missions Accomplished?" No? Fear not, you're in good company. Funny things can happen when you hit the road. This collection of anecdotes and lessons learned are from a traveler focused on the mission, whether business or leisure, and who finds the road itself can be wonderful. - Meet a priest in Taiwan who performs less-than-holy conversions - Consider a job offer to smuggle gold - Enjoy the tender ministrations of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency - Discover a part of Paris not found on any tourist maps - Learn why your friend might stroll buck naked through a hotel lobby at 4:00am - Discover what to do when stuck 100 feet down in a sunken ship - Be forewarned of "The Legend of Mount Splatterhorn" - Know the one word best unsaid while driving in Finland - ...And more than 40 other silly tales "Missions Accomplished" will entertain and educate you; you'll want this book before you take that next flight or anytime you need a pleasant diversion in short bite-size chunks loaded with travel wisdom.

30 review for Missions Accomplished: And some funny business along the way

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kat Brownell

    The guy has some interesting stories, but he would have benefited from a Ghostwriter

  2. 5 out of 5

    Reney A. Lizotte

    Where to Next? A quick read which is actually a collection of short stories. All are written in the first person. All revolve around the author's travels and misadventures on the road, in the air or at sea. Together they make for a fun read that not only had me reminiscing about my own travel adventures, but looking forward to future endeavors as I asked myself the inevitable question, "Where to next?" Where to Next? A quick read which is actually a collection of short stories. All are written in the first person. All revolve around the author's travels and misadventures on the road, in the air or at sea. Together they make for a fun read that not only had me reminiscing about my own travel adventures, but looking forward to future endeavors as I asked myself the inevitable question, "Where to next?"

  3. 4 out of 5

    Lindsey Rutledge

    Sooo many typos. The writing was sub par. I’m sure many of us would have lots of stories to tell if we were able to travel the world on our boss’ dime.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Joyce A. Wendeln

    How Not To Travel Safely But have the time of your life on your boss' dime. Just make sure you have a very, very understanding boss. How Not To Travel Safely But have the time of your life on your boss' dime. Just make sure you have a very, very understanding boss.

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