Luxury Backpackers: Set-jetting in Style Paperback – 3 Feb 2010
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A glamorous and inspirational guide to some of the most fabulous film locations around the globe. A must for film lovers and travellers everywhere. --Clover Stroud, national magazine travel book reviewer & style journalist
You too can stay in your favourite actor s hotel room or hang out in their favourite bar! A definitive guide for film-loving globetrotters. --Annabelle Hood, Travel Journalist, ABTA Magazine
Set-Jetting in Style is a mine of valuable information for the traveller who wants the very best from their expedition - but in a stylish and accessible format. It has fascinating film-related snippets too, making this a great read as well as a helpful travel guide. Congratulations to Jill and Carlo Nash --Louise Taylor, editor of Cheshire Life
About the Author
Dr. Jill Nash has always had a passion for films from an early age, and remembers her Mum confiscating Grease at the age of 8, after watching it thousands of times over. In the past her work has included 2 years volunteering for the Commonwealth Film Festival, working alongside Micheal Burke and Micheal Fox two of the UK s most successful media producers - as well as globetrotting to fabulous film locations that have inspired her to travel. One of her favourite films is Le grand bleu starring Jean Reno which inspired her to explore the worlds most legendary dive sites. Carlo Nash, the resident photographer, cannot hide his obsession for films and their locations. Every time a new film is released he buys premier seats in advance, and has watched his favourite film The Godfather countless times, because of his passion for all things Italian. During a trip to Cambodia he spent 2 whole days trying to photograph Ta Prohm (the temple used in Lara Croft: Tomb Raider) to capture it in the best light, not to mention hours of waiting for wildlife to awake in the Kruger National Park. The film which inspired him to travel most recently is the bond film Casino Royale, where Carlo just had to nip over to the Bahamas!