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Anyway, Where Was I?: Geoff Hill's Alternative A-Z of the World
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Anyway, Where Was I?: Geoff Hill's Alternative A-Z of the World (Paperback)

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'You see, for me, travel is like love. When I go away for a few days, every six weeks or so, it gives me that feeling you get when you fall in love: when you wake every morning with a song in your heart, fling back the shutters and go walking through the rain-washed streets with a spring in your step' - Geoff Hill. Equipped with notebook, pen, boundless enthusiasm and a knack of meeting the most interesting local characters, Geoff Hill travels the world in this collection of the very best of his travel writing. With his taste for the absurd - yodelling, llama trekking and dormouse hunting - and his sense of adventure - Saharan charity treks fuelled by Tayto crisps, microlight trips to the Shetlands and wolf-hunting in Sweden - this is no ordinary travel guide. Hold on tight and brace yourself for an unforgettable trip - from Azerbaijan to Zagreb, via China, Donegal, Romania, Tunisia and everywhere in between.

Travel & MapsTravel writingClassic travel writingTravel & MapsTravel writingExpeditions Publisher: Colourpoint Books Publication Date: 01/09/2008 ISBN-13: 9780856408311  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Geoff Hill is the features editor of the News Letter in Belfast, and the author of Way to Go: Two of the World's Great Motorcycle Journeys (Blackstaff Press, 2005) and The Road To Gobblers Knob: From Chile to Alaska on a Motorbike (Blackstaff Press, 2007). He has either won or been shortlisted for a uk Travel Writer of the Year award nine times. He is also a former IrishTravelWriterofthe Year and a former Mexican Government European Travel Writer of the Year, although he's still trying to work out exactly what that means. He regularly writes about travel for the Daily Telegraph and the Independent on Sunday.

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