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READER ð DOC The Red Bandana And The Baobab FREE ´ ❮BOOKS❯ ✯ The Red Bandana And The Baobab: How a woman from rural Newfoundland became the Botswana Marathon Champion (and a humanitarian by accident) Author Ms Stephanie Jill Hodge – Dcmdirect.co.uk It's a roller coaster ride of a travelogue A kind of BridgItish geologists working for DeBeers an Afrikaner mercenary working at a Botswana abattoir American geologists and Peace Corps teachers Canadian teachers and a local zoologist among others These people were friends and many still are in contact The book is about running and becoming whole in self fighting the yang and a phenomenal athlete uite by accident As a way of coping I picked up long distance running during this period of teaching and competed to become the National Marathon Champion of Botswana in 19

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It's a roller coaster ride of a travelogue A kind of Bridgette Jones goes to teach in rural Africa There is an inverse relationship between my angst and my diversion seeking behavior which takes the reader through packs of cigarettes and bottles of good South African cheap wine across crocodile infested waters on 33 mile runs with boulders and baboons and into very precarious emotional and social situations from which I manage to extricate myself and remain unscathed Still a virgin at 26 I am weary wondering

BOOK Ç How a woman from rural Newfoundland became the Botswana Marathon Champion Î Ms Stephanie Jill Hodge

The Red Bandana And The Baobab How a woman from rural Newfoundland became the Botswana Marathon Champion and a humanitarian by accidentHomesick and puzzled about love And I really want to find out how to get into the Okavango delta for good The raw stream of thoughts events and feelings are like a rope magnified down to the fiber level The personal account of Botswana highlights the different strands of my journey and how they are woven together the cycles of highs and lows about teaching poverty personal love a struggling society relationships adventure and running They are inseparable components recalled vividly The characters include Br