Books by Beth Robinette!

Available on Amazon’s Kindle

Introduction to Vietnamese Cuisine 

41jMGDCjZ+L__BO2,204,203,200_PIsitb-sticker-arrow-click,TopRight,35,-76_AA278_PIkin4,BottomRight,-49,22_AA300_SH20_OU01_Want to know the best way to learn about a new culture or country? Start with their food. Everybody Eats! Vietnamese food is healthy, light, tasty and extremely inexpensive. It’s the perfect way to expand your horizons and not your waistline. Author and world traveler, Beth Robinette, explains common dishes, pronunciations, menu layouts and give you hints of what to expect and how to order. Impress your friends with your knowledge. Prepare for a trip to southeast Asia. For those in the Atlanta area, there’s a bonus restaurant and market section. AVAILABLE ON KINDLE for just $5.99. 


Get Out There! A Woman’s Guide to Solo Travel, On a Budget

51-hMCAOqJL__BO2,204,203,200_PIsitb-sticker-arrow-click,TopRight,35,-76_AA318_PIkin4,BottomRight,-18,11_AA300_SH20_OU01_Once upon a time, I put off a trip because I didn’t have anyone to go with me. Never again! Now, I know better–traveling solo is actually my preferred method and I’ve been to over 20 countries since then. Being alone and having a limited budget are two things that shouldn’t stop you from exploring your world. Get Out There! This Kindle edition ebook is available from Amazon. Just $5.99.

Book Description: Remember when Virginia Woolf said we needed a room of our own? Well we need an adventure of our own, as well! If you want the perfect travel partner, look in the mirror. Life is too short to keep putting it off. Learning to travel alone is a great experience. Like the author, you may find it is your preferred method of travel! This book gives tips on how to prepare, pack and get around in new countries and new cultures. It is a must for first time travelers and especially those who go it alone for the first time.

About the Author:

3162810-big4Beth Robinette is originally from the U.S. Midwest and her passion is travel. She often starts her exploration of a new country in an ethnic restaurant or cookbook. A great way to learn a culture is through food. Everybody eats! Beth has  explored 20+ countries and shows no sign of stopping. When dining out, she orders anything off the menu she can’t pronounce. She writes about world travel, cultures, cuisines and backpacking at Beth’s written 400+ articles for Atlanta and is the former owner of Atlanta Culinary Tours. She is currently traveling the world and shows no signs of stopping.


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