SUMMARY ✓ Sola By Amy Field

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SUMMARY ✓ Sola By Amy Field Ñ SOLA chronicles the true story of a young woman's plunge from her pleasant narrow life into a rich foreign continent brimming with Panpipe playing Zen masters nighttime motorboat rides redlining through the jungle hikes to Inca ruins and Patagonian glaciers witches mummies goddesses Brazilian bikinis and a snow covered At the center of it all stands a uirky slightly unstable surf guru who bends her mind with insightful wacky tidbits of wisdom and ultimately prompts the uestion Can you ever go home againWinner of three Solas Literary Awards for Travel Writing SOLA is pure heart Venturing out for the first time learning to be alone befriending local women and expe. Mind numbingField opens her book with the kind of writing you see from someone hoping to be a great writer but who is simply not It's just not pretty The tale however full of adjectives meant to set scenes is bland and contains only a few interesting bits There are a few traveling companions along the way with some depth but not many I went with two stars because Field tried to chronicle what must have been incredible even though she fell short of her mark andwellshe actually did these amazing things But I don't recommend bothering with the book

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Rimenting with love the author weaves tales of the uirky the insane and the absurd during her 2 12 year journey through South America From Costa Rica to Argentina to Andes moon deities to miners surfing to solitude her wanderings catapult her into a world forged of unexpected adventures unforeseeable triumphs and beauty in the kindness of strangers. What a great book What adventures What a beautiful way of telling stories Kudos to Amy Highly recommended

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Sola By Amy FieSOLA chronicles the true story of a young woman's plunge from her pleasant narrow life into a rich foreign continent brimming with Panpipe playing Zen masters nighttime motorboat rides redlining through the jungle hikes to Inca ruins and Patagonian glaciers witches mummies goddesses Brazilian bikinis and a snow covered volcano to climb accidentally. Amy hooked me with her airport arrival and host family welcome to a new and foreign land I experienced those same feelings back in 1991 when I traveled to Latin America for the first time Amy shares her life changing “SOLA” adventure with us in a pure and magical way This book is sensitive introspective funny and inspiring Amy has a gift for putting all of the little details of an experience into words and making the power of that moment come alive I highly recommend SOLA for travelers adventurers explorers and dreamers You won’t be disappointed I can’t wait to read of Amy Field’s work