Some of the many adventures found in this wild memoir include a run in with a Mexican cartel, almost getting jumped and beaten by a Los Angeles street gang, catching a ride on a sailboat with no engine to the Bahamas, and experiencing student riots in Venezuela.
Not only is hitchhiking considered an unconventional way to travel, but it is even more rare to read about this kind of road life from the perspective of a woman.
These are the incredible, true stories of how I discovered myself and the world through my radical love affair with the open road.
If you have ever wondered what the life of a hitchhiker was like, but don't care to stick out your thumb, this is the book for you.
This travel narrative will open your eyes to a subculture that few people even know exist.