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    As always highly amusing and very witty the doc goes to strange places although not always exactly recommending them One country I definitely don't feel like visiting now if I ever did is Euatorial Guinea But I'm

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    Written in the late 1980s the author documents his travels across Africa from East to West He is a funny guy with a sarcastic tongue He travels like a local but seemed to spend a lot of time in bars with ex pats

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    The author travels through several African countries Book is full of great details Dalrymple his real name is Anthony Daniels observes great details and describes many funny scenes The basic message of the book many people i

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    Fascinating and entertaining A joy to read Daniel's humour wit and elouence enliven this tour of a seemingly broken continent After reading this I now believe that author Jack Vance must have traveled in Africa his alien landscapes have never seemed familiar Highly recommended

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    Every story the Dr told was interesting

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    After working as a doctor in Africa for several years Theodore Dalrymple was once again gripped by wanderlust This is his 1988 travelogue of his journeys across the continent largely by bus train boat taxi and motorbike The only optimistic observation in it is Yet despite the oppression the corruption the ever

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    I recently discovered the writings of Anthony Daniels aka Theodore Dalrymple through an essay published in an English paper This is the first of his many book length works I have finished I am currently reading his lengthy

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    This is the story of the author's trip through Africa in the 80s mostly by the way most Africans would have travelled It's an interesting description of daily life there the dangers the petty officialdom the bullying the extortion the lack of future for so many people The author has a very clear writing style and a satiri

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Free read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ñ Theodore Dalrymple

And the result is this humorous beautifully written and sharply observed travelogueTheodore Dalrymple is the author of many books including 'If Symptoms Persist' 'Second Opinion' and 'The Policeman and the Brothe. Every story the Dr told was interesting

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Zanzibar to Timbuktu

'Africans I discovered have a uniue talent for finding happiness where others would find only misery' While working in Tanzania in the 1980s British doctor Theodore Dalrymple hatched a plan to cross Africa using. Written in the late 1980s the author documents his travels across Africa from East to West He is a funny guy with a sarcastic tongue He travels like a local but seemed to spend a lot of time in bars with ex pats getting visas paying bribes and describing the various canoes boats trains cars trucks motor bikes and aircraft he travelled on It s entertaining enough but not one of the better travel books

Free read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ñ Theodore Dalrymple

Only public transport Avoiding planes his journey took him by bus lorry train boat and canoe Along the way he encountered corruption poverty and oppression as well as pragmatic and cheerful travelling companions. Fascinating and entertaining A joy to read Daniel s humour wit and elouence enliven this tour of a seemingly broken continent After reading this I now believe that author Jack Vance must have traveled in Africa his alien landscapes have never seemed familiar Highly recommended