Nowhere Bound: A Young Man's Journey Through Africa and Beyond in the 1970s
by Stephen W.T. Sarrack
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In the spring of 1975, Steve crosses the English Channel with a vague plan to backpack around the world. As he heads into Africa, the 21-year-old tumbles through a succession of adventures that are often hilarious and sometimes alarming. Whether he is hiking through a war zone, waking in the middle of a coup d'état, or camping in a tribal village, Steve gives an engaging account of the action. Readers are along for the journey, discovering the fascination of being nowhere bound.
Tags: overland, hippie, trail, journey, wanderlust, traveler, globetrotting, 1970s, 70s, shoestring, budget, travel, traveler, backpacking, backpacker, backpack, hitchhiking, hitching, Sudan, Sahara, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Nile, Sudd, East Africa, North Africa, Asia, India, Pakistan, Burma, Thailand, Malaysia, Australia, paddle steamer, Dinka
Length: 309 Pages (5,121 KB)Lending: EnabledAdded: Oct 20th, 2019