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Leg Style Flared Waistline Natural
Shown Color Black Fabric Cotton Blend
Style Academic Pattern Stripes
Waist(inch) S :26, M :27½, L :29¼, XL :30¾ Hips(inch) S :33¼, M :34¾, L :36¼, XL :37¾
Pants Length(inch) S:38¼, M:38½, L:39, XL:39¼ Weight 0.5kg




June 1, 2011
I'm sorry, but these stories are so boring and un-funny! I read six to try and find something interesting, to no avail. I've traveled quite a bit and I expected some exotic adventures and humor, but I was disappointed. I expect more from Lonely Planet.
August 27, 2017
Fun read. I am amazed, though, by what kind of situations some people put themselves in while traveling.
September 12, 2017
I enjoyed a number of the stories but they were a bit up and down. While all of the stories took me away, I found some needed more to fill them out.
November 26, 2017
I recommend this enjoyable collection of travelers memoirs to anyone wishing to go beyond to their own immediate world. I couldn't put this book down.
November 26, 2017
I love travel stories. Nothing like vicarious living. All of these stories are worthy of your time. Enjoy the ride.
October 2, 2017
Interesting compilation of travel stories! I read it in one sitting.
July 19, 2017
Many of the stories are absolutely delightful. Uneven in spots, and some of the writers seem to lack experience as writers (or maybe a decent editor), but all-in-all this is well worth the read. Just fun stories about travel.
October 22, 2017
Always a pleasure to read the various lonely planet short travel stories. If you have travelled anywhere out of your comfort zone then you can relate to the stories here. They come in all stripes and all are thought provoking.
November 24, 2013
"We travel ... for adventure and fun, to get away from the drudgery of our lives at home ... We meet people for whom our presence is nothing but opportunity, to take them out of the sadness and difficulty of their lives. The smiles exchanged on both sides have something of a nervous edge." ‒ Pico Iyer, in BY THE SEAT OF MY PANTS

I always approach a literary anthology with some trepidation; I expect the stories to fall on the bell curve of Gaussian distribution and it's the several at the low end that often have me wishing I hadn't cracked the book at all. But the curve represented by the thirty-one chapters in BY THE SEAT OF MY PANTS, subtitled "Humorous Tales of Travel and Misadventure," is skewed sharply to the right. It's all pretty much good stuff. Indeed, while I give one tale three stars, the rest get four or five.

Ok, ok. I've been robbed blind by a pair of Gipsy pickpockets on Rome's Ponte Sant'Angelo, locked myself INSIDE my car in Portsmouth, England, and, while as a clueless foreigner struggling with the language barrier at Bucharest's Bãneasa Airport during the height of the Cold War, was stopped from boarding the wrong plane even as I had my foot on the bottom step of the air-stairs. But I haven't a story to match any of those here.

Escaping the drudgery of life at home to travel outside the comfort zone is an invitation to be taken unawares and delighted, enraged, surprised, scammed, annoyed, physically sickened, confused or enraptured. But, it beats staying home doing the laundry. Among other things, the aggregate thirty-one wayfaring contributors to BY THE SEAT OF MY PANTS are sorely embarrassed ("Blackout in Ushuaia", "Dutch Toilet", "Walk of Fame"), unexpectedly delighted ("Carpet-Rolling", "The Garden Kitchen"), befooled ("Let the Buyer Beware", "An Award Winning Performance"), confounded ("The Afghan Tourist Office", "Left Luggage"), amazed ("A Matter of Trust") and otherwise educated for the better ("Journey to the Centre of the Earth", "Naked in Oaxaca"). And, indeed, in "Wangara's Cross" I came across perhaps the most poetic explanation of the sun's traverse of the sky from sunrise to sunset that I've ever read.

This is the perfect book for anyone with Wanderlust. And, hey, I'm in!

Then there was the time I took the slow train from Timisoara to Bucharest accompanied by drunken Romanian Land Forces troops.
April 26, 2017
Great travel writing. Only a few dull stories.