Anywho . . . I decided to give Go Home, Oaxaca. You're Drunk a shot because (1) it was free, (2) it was written by a totally non-pushy friend who only made like one post offering it up to anyone who wanted to read it, (3) it was free, (4) said non-pushy author friend is funny, so I hoped his book would be too, and (5) it was free.
Being as I am a cheap bastard, the price was definitely spot on, but the great news is I got waaaaay more than my money’s worth. Jason is funny and has a delightful, dry, double entendre-filled wit that had me chuckling out loud on several occasions. He’s also more than a little self-depricating, which was wonderful to see rather than the typical “a$$hole American” who ventures outside the good ol’ U-S-of-A thinking the rest of the world should cater to his every need. In fact, Jason is so polite that he attempts to learn various niceties like please and thank you when he travels abroad. Me? I’m going to stick to the actual important phrases like: “Where’s the toilet? I’m about to have explosive diarrhea.”
Recommended to? Well, obviously to people who enjoy traveling/reading travel journals. Also, to people like myself who don’t go anywhere but the couch, but miss the antics of Anthony Bourdain. What else are you going to do? Sit around and watch stuff like this?????
Yes, the author is a friend of mine. No, I didn’t let that influence how I wrote this review. I’m a human – not a Fiverr