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10 thoughts on “Drive Nacho Drive

  1. says:

    Brad and Sheena's first book of traversing the Americans is funny honest and colorful Their detailed journey and humor through every event has you wanting to embark on your own adventure No great adventure was had without a little detour along

  2. says:

    Drive Nacho Drive is the tale of VW bus Nacho its passengers Brad and Sheena and their sojourn from Arizona to Argentina Brad and Sheena tired of their conventional lives uit their jobs in order to drive around the world This book is the story of the first year or so of their endeavor It is a fast paced tale full of fun and colorful anecdotes

  3. says:

    I felt that the book was written by people who traveled but somehow did not fully bond with the world that they traveled through There were instances in which they could have dug deeper and explained the economics of the places that they visited and even listed statistics to create a much deeper understanding

  4. says:

    This book was a recommendation from a friend and although I was excited to read I grew tired of the endless car repairs Only fun to read as the couple is from Flagstaff local author

  5. says:

    Interesting challenge the authors gave themselves The travel diary is not all that interesting and I tired of it soon on

  6. says:

    While not the best book out there about the Pan American highway and no where near as detailed as their website Brad and Sheena give a good overview of some of the motivations and frustrations of driving a van through the Americas Brad seems to have a fetish for explaining van maintenance in excruciating detail listing every part that was touched in a repair it seems Sheena likes her foodThe rest of the book i

  7. says:

    This is the memoir of a couple's drive from Arizona to the southern most tip of South America in their VW van which they

  8. says:

    This travel book is not for me as one who enjoys learning about people and places visited other than the authors their friends and their biographies I prefer travel books that teach me about people and places I most likely won't have the ple

  9. says:

    The best part about this book was to have a list of potential scout out locations for future travels However it lacked depth and was focused a bit too much on the mechanical problems versus supplying actual insights into the journey besides trials which can be expected or really anything amazing that happened Also the chapters whic

  10. says:

    Great insight into how people manage in foreign lands It's about travel finding your way getting off the beaten path far off in some cases and being open enough to see that you don't have to have a lot of stuff to enjoy life Oh and the food Love their adventures in the world of food You don't need to have a Vanagon to enjoy this read but it doesn't hurt

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Ng themselves into Drive Nacho Drive tells the hilarious and sometimes harrowing story of what happens when Brad and Sheena Van Orden trade in the American Dream for a year on the roads of Central and South America aboard Nacho their uirky and somewhat temperamental Volkswagen van As a result of uestionable decision making skills and intermittent bad luck Brad and Sheena repeatedly find themselves in over their heads Whether negotiating cliff hanging roads in rebel territory getting caught illegally smuggling a transmission in a suitcase over internati. This book was a recommendation from a friend and although I was excited to read I grew tired of the endless car repairs Only fun to read as the couple is from Flagstaff local author

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Drive Nacho Drive

On an afternoon just like many before it Brad Van Orden sat at his desk When a coworker meandered past his window Brad succumbed to an impulse and blurted out the most outlandish thing he could think of Hey Steve let's drive your hippie bus to Tierra del Fuego This prompted Steve's halfhearted response I don't think so But this got Brad thinking What if we just dropped everything and left Isn't there to life than this He messaged his wife with a uestion Want to do this to which she immediately responded Yes They clearly had no idea what they were getti. I felt that the book was written by people who traveled but somehow did not fully bond with the world that they traveled through There were instances in which they could have dug deeper and explained the economics of the places that they visited and even listed statistics to create a much deeper understanding They however avoided doing this for the most part and instead focused on the traditional travel log style of writing I think that there were some pretty memorable moments but they are also hampered by slow monotonous talk The author had a fascinating struggle with fishing but never once thought to i Haute Chinese Cuisine from the Kitchen of Wakiya past his window Brad succumbed to an impulse and blurted out the most outlandish thing he could think of Hey Steve let's drive your hippie bus to Tierra del Fuego This Twisted prompted Steve's halfhearted response I don't think so But this got Brad thinking What if we just dropped everything and left Isn't there to life than this He messaged his wife with a uestion Want to do this to which she immediately responded Yes They clearly had no idea what they were getti. I felt that the book was written by The Exploration of the Male Anatomy people who traveled but somehow did not fully bond with the world that they traveled through There were instances in which they could have dug deeper and explained the economics of the All Night Long (Nannies, part and instead focused on the traditional travel log style of writing I think that there were some

read & download î E-book, or Kindle E-pub Þ Brad Van Orden

Onal lines mounting a stealth mission to steal Nacho back from a deranged Colombian auto dismantler or clinging to the side of a vegetable truck while descending a 16000 foot Andean pass there seems to be no limit to the predicaments that these two can get themselves into With Drive Nacho Drive the Van Ordens deliver a thoughtful hilarious and mouthwatering depiction of adventure and misadventure on the Pan American highway one that will leave you simultaneously shaking your head and holding your sides while asking yourself isn't there to life than thi. The best part about this book was to have a list of potential scout out locations for future travels However it lacked depth and was focused a bit too much on the mechanical problems versus supplying actual insights into the journey besides trials which can be expected or really anything amazing that happened Also the chapters which were written by Sheena just seemed a bit of a random toss in Think I m done reading travel books for awhile now