Slow Boat from China

Format 5 7/8" x 9" Illus. 16 color photos, maps - Weaves history and contemporary issues with personal narrative - Provides interesting details of landscapes, peoples and cultures of Southeast Asia, Northwest Africa and the Mediterranean - ...

Slow Boat from China

Author: Adrian Sparham

Publisher: Sheridan House, Inc.

ISBN: 1574092170

Page: 227

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Weaving history and contemporary issues with personal narratives, 'Slow Boat from China' is everything one could want out of a sailing narrative. It truthfully examines the joys and consequences of leaving behind a life of security and provides interesting details of landscapes, peoples and cultures of Southeast Asia, Northwest Africa and the Mediterranean.

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