Tuesday 22 November 2016, 2-3pm: world-traveler, writer, and photographer Nico Hadjicostis will be in store discussing his new book, Destination Earth – A New Philosophy of Travel by a World-Traveler.
About the book:
The book is the product of the author’s six-and-a-half-year continuous journey around the world, during which he treated the world as if it were one huge country, a single destination. In the book, ideas and experiences are interwoven into a newly created Philosophy of Travel. The “philosophy” is not formal, but practical and easy to read. New ideas are introduced, such as Magnification (the level of depth with which one explores a country), the Wise-Line (creating a wise travel route), and Capturing the Soul of a country.
More a guide to travel, rather than a travel guide, Destination Earth has a unique structure with three interrelated components: the main text described above, 23 travel-inspired stories meant to be read alongside the main text, and about 60 of the author’s best photographs. Destination Earth addresses the latent world-traveler and world citizen of the 21st century within each one of us.
About the author:
Nicos Hadjicostis studied physics at King’s College, London. For over a decade he managed the largest media group in his birthplace, Cyprus. In 2003, he left his country in order to explore the world and himself. He is now a writer and a world-traveler. This is his first book. For more information, visit his website here.