An anthropological memoir with a romantic twist. A Harvard student and an ex-cannibal may seem like an unlikely pair, but on a dance floor in Ecuador, their steps matched. Author Carla Seidl met Amazon-Jungle-born surfer Fredy Andi while teaching on the Galápagos Islands at age nineteen, and her life has never been the same since. Several years later, thinking that perhaps simple living was the key to happiness, Seidl returned to the islands to unearth more about Fredy's story and see if their connection, and his seemingly carefree lifestyle, were for real. The duo ended up traveling to the Amazon Jungle to try to find Fredy's family, and Seidl survived to tell the tale.
|Publisher:||Inner Hearth Books|
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About the Author
Carla Seidl is a singer-songwriter, writer, and independent radio producer with a degree in Expression and Culture Studies from Harvard University. She has served in the Peace Corps in three different countries and currently resides in Asheville, North Carolina. Read and listen to more of her work at carlaseidl.com.