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Now a big Channel four series.
His trip is 4,250 miles long.
He is strolling each step of how, camping out within the wild, foraging for nutrition, fending for himself opposed to a number of dangers.
He is passing via rainforest, savannah, swamp, desolate tract and plush delta oasis.
He will go seven, very assorted countries.
No one has ever made this trip on foot.
In this particular, considerate, inspiring and dramatic e-book, recounting Levison Wood's stroll the size of the Nile, he'll discover the heritage of the Nile, but throughout the humans he meets and who may also help him along with his trip, he'll come head to head with the good tale of a contemporary Africa rising out of the prior. Exploration and Africa are of his nice passions - they force him on and inspire his inquisitiveness and determination to not fail, but the demanding situations of the terrain, the weather, the animals, the folks and his personal mental solution will throw at him are immense.
The hazards are very genuine, yet so is the inducement for this ex-army officer. If he can triumph over the psychological and actual demanding situations, he'll be jogging into history...

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Walking the Nile

Now a massive Channel four series.
His trip is 4,250 miles long.
He is jogging each step of ways, tenting within the wild, foraging for nutrients, fending for himself opposed to a number of dangers.
He is passing via rainforest, savannah, swamp, wilderness and plush delta oasis.
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The hazards are very actual, yet so is the inducement for this ex-army officer. If he can triumph over the psychological and actual demanding situations, he'll be jogging into heritage. ..

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