Joshua Berman is a travel writer and columnist for The Denver Post. He is the author of five guidebooks: “Moon Nicaragua”, “Moon Belize,” “Living Abroad in Nicaragua,” “Maya 2012,” and in Spring, 2016, “Moon Colorado Camping.” His articles have appeared in The New York Times, National Geographic Traveler, and Yoga Journal. “ is his first narrative travel book. Fram Amazon:
“‘We wanted to go to hot, intense places together, to cities where open markets breathed that sweaty, fish-gutty, trash-burning smell that clings to travelers’ memories forever. We had each whiffed it before, this odor of deep travel, but it was something else to embark as husband and wife to seek it together. We would pressure-cook our fragile new marriage, take it around the world, introduce it to new friends, and make it bubble and boil into everything we could be.’
In Crocodile Love, Joshua recounts the quests, encounters, and mishaps of the extended, round-the-world voluntourism honeymoon he took with his wife, Sutay. Both are returned Peace Corps Volunteers who decided on a long, epic trip before settling down in the suburbs. The book journeys through Pakistan, India, Ghana, The Gambia, and beyond.”
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