Worldwide Travels of a Common Man
This is an astonishing account of a Global journey of over a million miles through all the World's major Continents over a period of 30 years,illustrated with over 270 color photographs and the history of the last millennium. Beginning behind the Iron Curtain during the Communist Era in Berlin and Poland, the scene moves to the game parks and Copper mines in Africa, to Scandinavia, central and south East Asia, the Middle East, around the Indian ocean and the Exotic Islands such as Hawaii, Seychelles and then the Americas and beyond to over 65 countries. This is more than just a travel guide, focusing on historical events such as the Cold War and the decline of Communism with the downing of the Berlin wall and how it has affected people's lives. The book chronicles the diversity of the World's peoples, culture and scenery to provide the reader with a rich appreciation of the human species, its history, heritage and world geography in over 60 countries, without leaving your armchair.
- Publication Date
- Apr 12, 2011
- Travel & Adventure
- All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
- By (author): Jeremy Price