By Gideon van Oudtshoorn
A 38 000km trip via 13 international locations and the size of a continent. From abandoned Chilean landscapes and mudflats to jungles and snow-capped Canadian and Alaskan mountain ranges.
At first look it resembles a close travelogue, yet unusually it unfolds into the very unexpected.
Stumbling blocks like opposed climate in Patagonia, six hour border crossings in Nicaragua, international police within the U.S.A. and run-ins with medicinal drugs in Bolivia are handled in unusual, yet very fascinating ways.
An basic and painfully sincere tale that might entice either the well-travelled and contrary alike.
A really attention-grabbing read!
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From South to North: Solo into the Unknown by Gideon van Oudtshoorn