Back from Tuichi by Yossi Ghinsberg

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The author describes how he and three of his friends set off without a map through the jungles of Bolivia, and how, after an accident, he was left alone to endure a three-week struggle for survival against nature's elements. 12,500 first printing.

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Since surviving his incredible ordeal, Yossi Ghinsberg has become a public speaker much in demand--he has been on the Discovery Channel and "Larry King Live"--and travels around the world giving motivational talks. He lives in Australia.
Published December 1, 1993 by Random House. 239 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Education & Reference, Travel, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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But the adventure was marred by tension between the travelers, spurred by Karl's bossiness and Marcus's whining, and eventually the foursome split up, with Karl and Marcus planning to return to La Paz while the author and Kevin were to raft down the treacherous Tuichi river.

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When their raft hung up on a rock in the rapids of the Amazon's Tuichi River, one adventurer tried to dislodge it and fell overboard.

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