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Adventuring in Southern Africa : Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Namibia, South Africa, Malawi, Lesotho, and Swaziland (1st Edition)
by Allen Bechky
Paperback - 576 pages (October 1997)
Sierra Club Books; ISBN: 0871565935

An Affair With Africa : Expeditions and Adventures Across a Continent
by Alzada Carlisle Kistner
Hardcover - 224 pages (May 1998)
Island Press; ISBN: 1559635312

Adventuring in North Africa : The Sierra Club Travel Guide to Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and the Maltese Islands (Sierra Club Adventure Travel Guides)
by Scott Wayne
Paperback - 457 pages (May 1991)
Sierra Club Books; ISBN: 0871567458

Africa
by Herb Ritts
Hardcover - 1 pages (November 1994)
Bulfinch Pr; ISBN: 0821221213
Africa's Top Wildlife Countries
by Mark W. Nolting
Usually ships promptly.
Paperback - 612 pages 5th edition (December 1997)
Global Travel Publishers, Inc.; ISBN: 0939895072

The African Adventurers : A Return to the Silent Places
by Peter Hathaway Capstick
Usually ships promptly.
Hardcover - 244 pages 1 Ed edition (July 1992)
St Martins Pr (Trade); ISBN: 0312076223

African Wildlife : A Photographic Safari
by Stephen J. Krasemann, Barbara Bach
Hardcover - 160 pages (September 1998)
Northword Pr; ISBN: 1559716681
Letters from Africa 1914-1931
by Isak Dinesen, Frans Lasson (Editor), Anne Born (Translator)
Paperback Reprint edition (April 1984)
Univ of Chicago Pr (Trd); ISBN: 0226153118

Isak Dinesen : The Life of a Storyteller
by Judith Thurman
Paperback (November 1995)
Picador USA; ISBN: 0312135254

Out of Isak Dinesen in Africa: Karen Blixen's untold story
by Linda Donelson
Paperback 2 edition (April 1998)
Coulsong List; ISBN: 0964389398

Out of Africa (Modern Library Series)
by Isak Dinesen
Hardcover - 399 pages Rep edition (October 1992)
Modern Library; ISBN: 0679600213
Namibia
by Chris McIntyre
Paperback - 400 pages (February 1999)
Bradt Pubns; ISBN: 189832364X

Zimbabwe and Botswana : The Rough Guide (3rd Ed)
by Barbara McCrea, Tony Pinchuck
Zimbabwe and Botswana boast stunning wildlife and a diverse array of cultures. With the Rough Guide, you can catch the roots and rhythms of Zimbabwean jive (popularized by the Bhundu Boys) and watch lions and elephants in some of the world's best parks. The Rough Guide's complete listings take you from Botswana's Kalahari Desert to Zimbabwe's coast, stopping at villages and cities along the way to find great restaurants, bars and hotels to suit your budget and needs. 16 pages color photos. 50 maps. Amazon.com
Paperback 3rd edition (January 1997)
Rough Guides; ISBN: 1858281865

Lonely Planet Trekking in East Africa
by David Else
Paperback - 352 pages 2nd edition (February 1998)
Lonely Planet; ISBN: 0864425414
Kilimanjaro & Mount Kenya : A Climbing and Trekking Guide
by Cameron M. Burns
Paperback - 176 pages (March 1998)
Mountaineers Books; ISBN: 0898865573
The Snows of Kilimanjaro : And Other Stories
by Ernest Hemingway
Paperback - 154 pages (October 1995)
Scribner; ISBN: 0684804441

Green Hills of Africa
by Ernest Hemingway

Escape to Morocco
by Simon Russell (Photographer), Pamela Windo
Hardcover: 96 pages
Fodors Travel Pubns; ISBN: 0679005153; (May 9, 2000)
See also Morocco

Kilimanjaro : To the Roof of Africa
by Audrey Salkeld
(Hardcover - April 2002)

Africa
by Art Wolfe (Photographer), et al
(Hardcover)

Dangerous Beauty: Life and Death in Africa: True Stories from a Safari Guide
by Mark C. Ross
(Hardcover - August 2001)

Eyewitness Travel Guide to South Africa (revised)
(Paperback)

Do's and Don'ts Around the World Africa : A Country Guide to Cultural and Social Taboos and Etiquette (International Traveler's Resource Guide)
by Gladson I. Nwanna
(Paperback - May 1998)

The Rough Guide to Kenya
by Richard Trillo
(Paperback - November 1999)

African Safari Journal
by Mark W. Nolting, Duncan Butchart (Illustrator)
(Paperback - May 2000)

Africa: A Companion to the PBS Series
by John Reader, Michael S. Lewis (Photographer)
(Hardcover - September 2001)

South Africa : Private Worlds
by Slvi Dos Santos, et al
(Hardcover)

Lonely Planet West Africa (West Africa, a Travel Survival Kit, 4th Ed)
by David Else, et al
(Paperback - July 1999)

Okavango : Africa's Last Eden
by Frans Lanting, Christine Eckstrom (Editor)
(Paperback - October 1995)

Fodor's Kenya and Tanzania : The Guide for All Budgets Where to Stay, Eat, and Explore on and Off the Beaten Path (Fodor's Kenya and Tanzania)
by Fodors (Editor)
(Paperback - June 2002)

Sahara
by Michael Palin
Michael Palin's personality is a combination of some very disparate elements, many of them displayed at their most attractive in Sahara. There's the friendly, avuncular manner; the easy-going charm that women find so attractive; and that vein of surrealistic, sardonic humour that is the legacy of his Monty Python days. All these characteristics combined to create the perfect host for the ambitious travel programmes with which he's latterly been associated. The shows (and the handsome companion books that invariably accompany them) avoid the sometimes over-serious approach of other presenters and show us some very exotic parts of the world filtered through Palin's very idiosyncratic vision. Audiences and readers can't get enough. 

Sahara gives us the latest of his epic voyages, and this one possibly represents the most arduous challenge of his career: across the massive and unforgiving Sahara desert. In this beautifully produced volume (studded with some eye-catching colour photographs), we are taken on a unique journey, as Palin reveals the Sahara to us as something considerably more than endless sand dunes. Facet by facet, Michael Palin uncovers a colourful and eccentric panoply of cultures, with chequered histories that stretch back to the dawn of time. Beginning (and ending) in Gibraltar, we are taken from the fabled realms of the ancient Egyptians to the Islamic republics of the present day, as Palin conjures up a journey that alternates between gallows humour and often considerable discomfort. Most of us will never experience the teeming nightlife of Dakar or travel down the river Niger to the fabled city of Timbuktu. But Palin has done it for us, and this book (with or without the accompanying TV series) is a highly enjoyable way to relive that journey with him. --Barry Forshaw - Amazon.co.uk
(Hardcover - April 2003)

Looking for Lovedu: A Woman's Journey Across Africa
by Ann Jones
Paperback: 288 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.65 x 7.94 x 5.32 
Publisher: Vintage Books; ; (July 9, 2002) 
ISBN: 0375705333

Sahara Unveiled : A Journey Across the Desert (Vintage Departures)
by William Langewiesche
(Paperback - July 1997)

Africa Solo : A Journey Across the Sahara, Sahel, and Congo
by Kevin Kertscher 
Paperback - 220 pages 1 Ed edition (April 1998)
Steerforth Pr; ISBN: 1883642949

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