Travels with Anne by Stuart Anderson
One Couple's Amazing, Stupendous, Almost Unbelievable Adventures in Remote Parts of the World Stuart Anderson

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"Travels with Anne is a hilarious account of vacation misadventures.  Join Stuart Anderson and his ever-faithful companion, Anne, as they try their luck in various unlikely vacation spots, including:  southern Africa, where Anne and Stuart learn about the perils of traveling with a guide who knows absolutely nothing about the country; Central America, where the vacationers learn about humidity, jungle insects, and why it doesn’t pay to drop your eyeglasses into the ocean; the Yukon Territory, where Anne and Stuart find that grizzly bears can be very annoying; the Canadian High Arctic, where it turns out—if you can believe it—that the weather can be pretty darned bad; Trinidad and Tobago, where the most notable things about the weather are the rain and the fact that it never stops; Mexico’s Copper Canyon, where Stuart and Anne are lucky enough to travel with the quintessential Texas windbag; and, finally, West Texas’s Chihuahan Desert, where the vacationers enjoy missing car keys, flat tires, and repeated encounters with seemingly insane bird watchers.   Along with being endlessly funny, Travels with Anne is also a surefire cure for wanderlust.  Read this book, and for heaven’s sake stay at home."

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Published August 16, 2011 by Xlibris. 316 pages
Genres: Travel, Education & Reference, Action & Adventure. Non-fiction

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