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One man"s attempt to travel the globe in 30 days, depending solely on the generosity of strangers through Twitter
There were five rules of Twitchhiker. I can only accept offers of travel and accommodation from people on Twitter. I can"t make any travel plans further than three days in advance. I can only spend money on food, drink and anything that might fit in my suitcase. If there is more than one offer, I choose which I take. If there is only one, I have to take it within 48 hours. If I am unable to find a way to move on from a location within 48 hours, the challenge is over and I go home.
Bored in the bread aisle of the supermarket one day, Paul Smith wondered how far he could get around the world in 30 days through the goodwill of users of social networking site Twitter. At the mercy of these rules, he set his sights on New Zealandthe opposite point on the planet to his home in Newcastle, England. All he had to do next was explain the idea to his new wife. In an adventure wrapped in nonsense, he traveled by road, boat, plane, and train; slept in five-star luxury and on no-star floors; schmoozed with Hollywood A-listers; and was humbled by the generosity of the thousands who followed his journey and determined its course.
Description based on print version record.
|Other titles||How one man travelled the world by Twitter|
|LC Classifications||G465 .S65 2010eb|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] :|
|Pagination||1 online resource (333 p.)|
|Number of Pages||333|
|ISBN 10||1848393652, 1848393709, 1848399960|
|ISBN 10||9781848393653, 9781848393707, 9781848399969|
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Paul Smith aka the #Twitchhiker, is attempting to get to the other side of the world for charity. Yes, without money or tickets bought in advance, and using only the generosity and resources available to him through the Twitter community, he needs to get to the antipodes, Campbell Island, off New Zealand in 30 days. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow more.
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Twitchhiker is a travel book with a contemporary spin. Paul Smith, a freelance journalist, with a specialism in procrastination.
He was also a big fan of the social networking site Twitter. One day Paul Twitchhiker book an idea whilst shopping in Tesco, but unlike most of us who have ideas and dreams, he followed through/5(33).
Twitchhiker book. Read 37 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. One man's attempt to travel the globe in 30 days, depending solely on t /5(37). Amazon has been updated with the final cover design for the Twitchhiker book, so I shouldn’t get into trouble by posting it here.
I’m really pleased with it – partly because the designer was sourced through Twitter (many thanks to @JO_PARRY_ART for her wonderful work) but also because the cover quotes are from two of my favourite people – Radio 2’s Alex Lester and.
About the book There were five rules of Twitchhiker: I can only accept offers of travel and accommodation from people on Twitter. I can’t make any travel plans further than three days in. There were five rules of Twitchhiker: • I can only accept offers of travel and accommodation from people on Twitter.
• I can’t make any travel plans further than three days in advance. • I. In the book Twitchhiker takes you with him on his journey from its start point in Newcastle, to Amsterdam, Paris, New York, Washington and Chicago. The list goes on until Twitchhiker reaches New Zealand. Each step of the way you are introduced to the new friends that he meets that help him along his way and provide s: Twitchhiker: How One Man Travelled the World by Twitter by Paul Smith Bored in the bread aisle of the supermarket one day, Paul Smith wondered how far he could get around the world in 30 days through the goodwill of users of social networking site Twitter.
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The Twitchhiker: one man on a Twitter travel mission Meet the Twitchhiker. His quest - to see how far he can travel in 30 days relying solely on the hospitality and advice of the Twitter community.
The book, Twitchhiker, was released in August References External links. Twitchhiker: Paul Smith's Travel Tales from Here and There; Paul Smith's Guardian profile; This page was last edited on 17 Juneat (UTC).
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by Paul Smith. Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book.Mr. Paul, who has now written a book about his experience, Twitchhiker, said: “People were bending over backwards to help me and I did not have a negative experience with anyone.