Adventure traveler James Dorsey takes readers around the world to not only explore ancient trails, but to help immerse readers in the old traditions of lands that seem to be disappearing in the modern world. This book of short stories takes readers on a descriptive journey through parts of Asia, Africa and South America. qJames Dorsey is no ordinary travel writer. In this remarkable book, ranging from Southeast Asia to West Africa, he takes us inside tribal cultures that many readers will be surprised to learn still exist. The author's sincere fascination with remote lands and the ancient practices of their inhabitants often makes him as much participant as observer. That a 21st-century man could yet invoke the spirit of a Stanley or a Shackleton makes qVanishing Tales from Ancient Trailsq all the more a must-read.q - Dick Russell, author of qEye of the Whale: Epic Passage from Baja to Siberia.qHis majesty beckoned me to follow and there behind some bushes sat a decrepit 66 Nissan sedan that did not appear to be in running condition but the king ... I have often thought about that encounter and of the two sides of the person I had found; a young man who inspired a legend. ... Almost two years later I received an email from him, as he apparently just got internet service, from who knows where.
|Title||:||Vanishing Tales from Ancient Trails|
|Publisher||:||Lulu Press, Inc - 2014-08-16|