Peter Moore (travel author)

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Peter Moore enjoying a pint with his fans

Peter Moore (born 18 July 1962) is an Australian travel writer.[1]

Moore, who was born in Sydney, claims to have visited 99 countries. He currently lives with his wife and daughter in London. He has published many books that re-tell tales of his travels.

He is a Vespa enthusiast and his 2005 book Vroom with a View and 2007 book Vroom by the Sea feature trips through Italy taken on vintage Italian motorscooters.

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  • No Shitting in the Toilet - The travel guide for when you've really lost it (1997)
  • The Wrong Way Home - London to Sydney the hard way (1999)
  • The Full Montezuma - Around Central America with the girl next door (2001)
  • Swahili for the Broken-Hearted - Cape Town to Cairo by any means possible (2003)
  • Vroom with a View - In search of Italy's Dolce Vita on a '61 Vespa (2005)
  • Same Same, but Different (2006, eBook)
  • Crikey! (unpublished)
  • Vroom by the Sea - The sunny parts of Italy on a bright orange Vespa (Australia 2007, UK 2009)

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