Africa can be scary And thrilling Often, that s the same thing Lloyd Camp takes you on an evocative journey through some of the wildest places in Africa as he re lives colourful vignettes from his adventurous childhood and long career as a safari guide This is a charming, funny, thoughtful and often hair raising series of short stories that illustrate Lloyd s enthusiastic delight in leading his clients intothe wilderness areas of Africa Forthright yet light hearted, Lloyd s suspenseful narrative emphasises both his love of the African bush and the courage and resilience of the Africans that he encounters in his odysseys In the vein of Peter Allison s Whateveryou do, don t Run, these camp fire tales are the perfect accompaniment to your own journey into Africa or simply as a series of highly engaging stories from the comfort of your own armchair at home....
|Title||:||Africa Bites: Scrapes and escapes in the African Bush (English Edition)|
|Number of Pages||:||266 Pages|
|File Size||:||569 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Africa Bites: Scrapes and escapes in the African Bush (English Edition) Reviews
Great selection of stories from and about African safaris. Heard some of the stories before when I met Loyd but I still enjoyed the book very much.Can recommend it 100%!!!
The book has amusing anecdotes told by a man who loves Africa and helps others love it too. I'm looking forward to the next book.👍
Lloyd's stories are excellent and very true to life in that being foolish in the bush can cost you your life! He has sure used up all his nine lives! Lots of interesting stories and escapades - recommended.
If you are going to look at wildlife in South Africa you should read one of the books about wildlife safaris. I much prefer Peter Allison's Don't Look Behind You to this one.
This was an interesting series of anecdotes, but not much different from other similar guide stories.
I read the book in one afternoon. The stories were well written and told with humor and clarity. I could picture myself on the safari with Lloyd. As my 13 year old son said "I love Lloyd's stories" and reading these are almost as good as being there