You will never be able to fully live until you go out and see all the world has to offer.
HOUSTON (PRWEB) August 05, 2015
Spending money on experiences rather than material items will bring you greater happiness according to this article in The Atlantic.
Enjoying experiences of traveling all over the world and participating in activities such as scuba diving, downhill skiing and big game hunting led Ronnie Bermann to write his new book, “Gullible Travels.”
Bermann lives for adventure and believes everyone else should, too. His memoir allows readers to live vicariously through his experiences and will inspire them to get out and get going no matter what stage in life they’re in.
These true-life tales will entice readers to create stories of their own and learn about life through Bermann’s failures and successes. Bermann has been everywhere from hunting cape buffalo in Africa to catching trophy size sailfish to horseback riding over hundreds of miles in just four days.
After experiencing different cultures, including fine cuisine and wines, live events, and historic sites around the world, Bermann has one piece of advice to his readers: “If you have the time and resources to travel by yourself, do so,” Bermann said. “You will never be able to fully live until you go out and see all the world has to offer.”
By Ronnie Bermann
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and XLIBRIS online bookstores
About the author
Ronnie Bermann owned and ran Maxim’s, an award-winning restaurant in Texas. Bermann finds adventures in touring baseball stadiums, participating in rodeos, hunting in Africa, catching sailfish and playing polo.
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