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Walking the NileThe Nile one of the world's great rivers has long been an object of fascination and obsession From Alexander the Great and Nero to Victorian adventurers David Livingstone John Hanning Speke and Henry Morton Stanley the river has enticed many into wild adventures English writer photographer and explorer Levison Wood continues that tradition and Walking the Nile is the captivating account of his remarkable and unparalleled Nile journeyStarting in November 2013 in a forest in Rwanda where a modest spring spouts a trickle of clear cold water Wood set forth on foot aiming to become the first pers

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PDF ç BOOK Walking the Nile FREE Ð LEVISON WOOD Â [Ebook] ➯ Walking the Nile ➮ Levison Wood – Dcmdirect.co.uk The Nile one of the world's great rivers has long been an object of fascination and obsession From Alexander the Great and Nero to Victorian adventurers David Livingstone John Hanning Speke Ht in a civil war and detained by the secret police As well as recounting his triumphs like escaping a charging hippo and staving off wild crocodiles Wood's gripping account recalls the loss of Matthew Power a journalist who died suddenly from heat exhaustion during their trek As Wood walks on often joined by local guides who help him to navigate foreign languages and customs Walking the Nile maps out African history and contemporary lifeAn inimitable tale of survival resilience and sheer willpower Walking the Nile is an inspiring chronicle of an epic journey down this lifeline of civilizati

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On to walk the entire length of the fabled river He followed the Nile for nine months over 4000 miles through six nations Rwanda Tanzania Uganda South Sudan the Republic of Sudan and Egypt to the Mediterranean coastLike his predecessors Wood camped in the wild foraged for food and trudged through rainforest swamp savannah and desert enduring life threatening conditions at every turn He traversed sandstorms flash floods minefields andbecoming a local celebrity in Uganda where a popular rap song was written about him and a potential enemy of the state in South Sudan where he found himself caug