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  • On A Hoof And A Prayerby Polly Evans

    Transworld 2010; US$ 12.78

    At the age of thirty-four, Polly Evans finally fulfilled a childhood dream - to learn how to ride a horse. But rather than do so conveniently close to home, she decided to travel to Argentina and saddle up among the gauchos. Overcoming battered limbs, a steed hell-bent on bolting, and an encounter with the teeth of one very savage dog, Polly... more...

  • My Colombian Deathby Matthew Thompson

    Pan Macmillan Australia 2008; US$ 16.35

    Kidnappings, car bombs, cocaine, paramilitaries, bullfights, the Amazon and madness. Welcome to Colombia, where life is cheap and so are the drugs. In 2006, Matt Thompson travelled to Colombia in search of the life he might have led. Born to American parents, Matt's father was offered a post which would have taken the family to Bogota, but he turned... more...

  • Wild Coastby John Gimlette

    Profile Books 2011; US$ 13.32

    Dolman Travel Book of the Year 2012 Between the Orinoco and the Amazon lies a fabulous forested land, barely explored. Much of Guiana seldom sees sunlight, and new species are often tumbling out of the dark trees. Shunned by the conquistadors, it was left to others to carve into colonies. Guyana, Suriname and Guyane Française are what... more...

  • Viva South America!by Oliver Balch

    Faber & Faber 2009; US$ 13.11

    Simón Bolívar once inspired a continent to rise from serfdom and throw off the shackles of Spanish rule. Viva South America! sets out to discover if the dream of Simón Bolívar - for independence, freedom and equality - lives on in modern South America. Armed with a reporter's notebook and an open mind, Oliver Balch hits the road in search... more...

  • Jaguars and Electric Eelsby Alexander von Humboldt

    Penguin Books Ltd 2007; US$ 7.98

    A great, innovative and restless thinker, the young Humboldt (1769-1859) went on his epochal journey to the New World during a time of revolutionary ferment across Europe. This part of his matchless narrative of adventure and scientific research focuses on his time in Venezuela - in the Llanos and on the Orinoco River - riding and paddling, restlessly... more...

  • Venezuela - Culture Smart!by Russell Maddicks

    Kuperard 2012; US$ 9.95

    An influential oil producer with a colorful and charismatic president at its helm since 1999, Venezuela is a vast, sometimes frustrating, but never dull country. It is one of the most complex countries in Latin America and one of the least understood.   An ambitious attempt to benefit the poor and redistribute oil wealth by President Hugo Chavez... more...

  • In Trouble Againby Redmond O'Hanlon

    Penguin Books Ltd 2012; US$ 20.78

    Redmond O'Hanlon found few experienced adventurers willing to accompany him on his four-month trip up the Orinoco river and across the Amazon Basin. He wondered why... Was it perhaps the fear of contracting dysentery, rabies or river blindness? Or maybe it was a disinclination to meet peckish jaguars, vipers, anacondas and 640-volt electric eels?... more...

  • Walking the Jungleby John Coningham

    Burford Books 2012; US$ 16.95

    By turns and anecdotal and practical, this book tells the tales of the jungle and most of its dark secrets. Armchair travelers and true Indiana Joneses will benefit equally from Coningham's unique expertise on life in one of the most dangerous natural habitats on earth. more...

  • All Roads Lead to Austenby Amy Elizabeth Smith

    Sourcebooks 2012; US$ 14.99

    "An illuminating insight...fascinating."?Amanda Grange, bestselling author of Mr. Darcy's Diary "A journey through both a physical landscape and the geography of the human heart and mind...delightfully entertaining and often deeply moving, this book reminds us that Austen's world?and her characters?are very much alive."?Michael Thomas... more...

  • TEN KEYS LAT AMER V312by Frank Tannenbaum

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2012; US$ 4.95

    "A solid background review of contemporary Latin America by an expert who has spent forty years during the region and writing and lecturing about it." -  Foreign Policy Association "Anything Frank Tannenbaum writes about Latin America is required reading." - Rex. D. Hopper, American Sociological Review   "Professor Tannenbaum has given us ten... more...