Strange Places, Interesting People

"Strange People, Interesting Places" brings together fifty years of encounters with some of the remarkable places, regimes, geographical confusions, countries coming back to life after a long slumber, as well as some of the engaging people who cope with these very "different" situations or just try to understand them as part of daily life.
ISBN: 978-619-714-901-2
Author: Randall Baker
Languages:
English
Publisher:
Dragon Books
Year:
2015
Pages:
384
Availability:
No
Price:
15,00 лв
Description

Written with a British eye for the curious and oddball this book transport you to places you may want to visit, but quite often no longer can; at least not to relive the experiences described here.

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