A group of 20-something adventurers tackle inhospitable geography, harsh climates and the limits of their own endurance all in aid of Cambodian street children as they venture on an overland journey from Germany to Cambodia in the worlds worst car the Soviet-era Trabant. Their escapades include being tailed by the Turkmen KGB, running out of petrol in the Uzbek desert and drinking moonshine with Laotian river folk.
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Dan Murdoch, is a journalist who has worked for The Times, the BBC, Associated Press Television News and The Other Side magazine.Review:
't is really 'The Wrong Way Round' with less planning, well no planning shall we say! ... A fantastic read (and with all the disorganisation and lack of maps, and money a lot of the time), it really is a true traveller's log.' --http://trabant.moleville.co.uk About the Author
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Book Description Signal Books Ltd, 2008. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1904955509