Dinan is unhappy with her successful life. She plays by the rules, went to school, got the job the marriage the way society expects success to look. She decides to leave it all, with her husband and go on an adventure with no end goal. She wants to travel, see different places and experience the world. her friends give her an envelope with some money in it to spend making the world better as she saw fit.
So they go, and travel, but the book has little of the travel experience and focuses on the emotional turmoil Dinan is dealing with. The book became an emotional inner dialog of Dinan, and her complaints. it felt like she was so focused on herself she missed everything going on around here. It was not what I was expecting from the blurb, I was looking for the travel experience. This is more of a emotional development read than a travel adventure.