Joshua Berman (Nicaragua 1998-2000) Publishes Crocodile Love: Travel Tales from an Extended Honeymoon

In 2005, Josh (Nicaragua 1998-2000) and his bride, Sutay Berman (The Gambia 1996-98), canceled their wedding reception, diverted the money to plane tickets, and applied to volunteer around the world. Crocodile Love: Travel Tales from an Extended Honeymoon brings the reader along to:jacket-croc

  • Explore Sutay’s unique family legacy in Pakistan, opening many strange doors,
  • Experience the world’s great religions through a traveler’s lens,
  • Volunteer for three months on a tea plantation in India and for two months with Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana,
  • Stride unannounced into the mud-hut Gambian village where Sutay had once lived as a Peace Corps Volunteer, ten years before.

Crocodile Love was published by Tranquilo Travel Publishing Josh’s independent publishing platform based in Boulder, Colorado.

Berman is a columnist for The Denver Post and author of five books with Avalon Travel Publishing, including Moon —  Nicaragua, Moon — Belize, and coming in April, Moon — Colorado Camping. His articles have appeared in The New York Times, National Geographic Traveler, and Yoga Journal.

You can reach him at jberman@gmail.com

Josh (second from left) and Sutay (far right) with hosts in India

Josh (second from left) and Sutay (far right) with hosts in India

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