Further Travels of an Everyday Man takes readers along with David Ferguson Elliott as he visits Europe, as well as exotic countries that most will never see, such as Tanzania, Kenya, Egypt, Morocco, Thailand and Borneo.
The book features David's travels throughout the world, and like his first book, Travels of an Everyday Man, includes his meetings with a variety of people from different cultures.
Further Travels also contains accounts of numerous wildlife sightings and more than 50 photos to whet the interest of armchair travellers. In his first book, he describes his chance sighting of a snow leopard in the Annapurna Sanctuary, and in this book writes about seeing orangutans in Borneo. Yet to be seen are tigers in the wild and a komodo dragon. Other experiences include the sighting of the Northern lights, or Aurora Borealis, and an active volcano. The wish list continues to grow, despite visiting various countries and achieving some interesting and anticipated experiences.
About the Author: David Ferguson Elliott was raised in Derbyshire, England, and now lives in Murcia, Spain. He is retired and sites his inspiration as "many of the historic explorers and mountaineers, but in particular a guy named Norman Croucher, who after a serious accident and the amputation of both legs below the knee, went on to climb mountains around the world."
Publisher's website: www.SBPRA.com/DavidFergusonElliott
|Publisher:||Strategic Book Group, LLC|
|Product dimensions:||7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.53(d)|