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Two Horizons: A Memoir of Travel and Transformation

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Humorous adventures. Painful setbacks. A life transformed. Resistant to leaving his small midwestern town, Robert Goluba departs for Army basic training days after high school graduation and then attends college. Soon he crosses the Atlantic to live with a family in Germany. A family Robert has never met that speaks a language he barely understands. Driven to explore by the Humorous adventures. Painful setbacks. A life transformed. Resistant to leaving his small midwestern town, Robert Goluba departs for Army basic training days after high school graduation and then attends college. Soon he crosses the Atlantic to live with a family in Germany. A family Robert has never met that speaks a language he barely understands. Driven to explore by the allure of Europe, Robert darkens medieval castle doorways and tosses pebbles into the Mediterranean Sea. Complications also find him. Lack of money is a problem in Paris and sleeping is scarce on cramped trains rumbling under the night sky across the German countryside. Excitement escalates with each new country as Robert dances on tables during Oktoberfest, sneaks into the Roman Colosseum after dark, and spends time in a Mexican prison. Two Horizons is one-part funny travel memoir and one-part self-discovery journey as one man discovers new cultures and greater empathy for humanity.


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Humorous adventures. Painful setbacks. A life transformed. Resistant to leaving his small midwestern town, Robert Goluba departs for Army basic training days after high school graduation and then attends college. Soon he crosses the Atlantic to live with a family in Germany. A family Robert has never met that speaks a language he barely understands. Driven to explore by the Humorous adventures. Painful setbacks. A life transformed. Resistant to leaving his small midwestern town, Robert Goluba departs for Army basic training days after high school graduation and then attends college. Soon he crosses the Atlantic to live with a family in Germany. A family Robert has never met that speaks a language he barely understands. Driven to explore by the allure of Europe, Robert darkens medieval castle doorways and tosses pebbles into the Mediterranean Sea. Complications also find him. Lack of money is a problem in Paris and sleeping is scarce on cramped trains rumbling under the night sky across the German countryside. Excitement escalates with each new country as Robert dances on tables during Oktoberfest, sneaks into the Roman Colosseum after dark, and spends time in a Mexican prison. Two Horizons is one-part funny travel memoir and one-part self-discovery journey as one man discovers new cultures and greater empathy for humanity.

40 review for Two Horizons: A Memoir of Travel and Transformation

  1. 5 out of 5

    Bonnye Reed

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  2. 4 out of 5

    Donna Stone

    A conversational memoir about his college travels & opening his eyes to the world Goluba writes in a breezy conversational manner that invites the reader into his experiences abroad. I thoroughly enjoyed seeing the world from his perspective & am looking forward to his next adventure‼️

  3. 4 out of 5

    A

    Great travel stories! I sailed through this book in one setting, yet felt totally immersed in the locations and environments throughout. The author does a great job of giving the reader a description of travel that is so vivid that you can almost feel like you're there. In addition to the picturesque details, the narrative also includes the realistic, less glamorous side of traveling, which gives the reader a true appreciation of the whole experience. Great travel stories! I sailed through this book in one setting, yet felt totally immersed in the locations and environments throughout. The author does a great job of giving the reader a description of travel that is so vivid that you can almost feel like you're there. In addition to the picturesque details, the narrative also includes the realistic, less glamorous side of traveling, which gives the reader a true appreciation of the whole experience.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Terry

    This is a very good book. It was written by an author who grew up in my hometown and whose parents I know. He relates some of the adventures and misadventures of traveling through Europe.

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