Three Men in a Raft: an Improbable Journey down the Amazon

By: Kozel, Ben

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Three Men in a Raft: an Improbable Journey down the Amazon by Kozel, Ben
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Austalia: MacMillan, 2002. "When Ben Kozel casually accepted a friend's invitation to raft down the Amazon he was setting out on the adventure of a lifetime. It was a journey that would take him from the ultimate source of the Amazon high in the Andes to its mouth on the Atlantic coast of South America - a distance of over 7000 kilometres along the length of the world's wildest river. Three Men in a Raft is the account of their extraordinary journey. It's both a travel book and an adventure story, laced with humour, danger and vivid description - unlikely, endearing and enthralling." CONDITION Photo illus large formatte softcover, pp xxiv 320 with 32 colour photo illus and 2 maps. Read but unworn.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Near Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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