In this second of the Alex and James adventures the story begins with the boys and their parents imprisoned by Maoists in Nepal, in filthy conditions. As they are being moved to a remote hideout, the boys escape and, with their friend Bim, they try to follow their parents, hoping to free them. This is a journey fraught with danger not only from the angry Maoists but also from wild animals and hostile conditions. Wonderfully accurate black and while illustrations by Betty Levene bring the story (and the animals) to life for the reader.
Your Child Abroad: a travel health guide
“detailed manual packed with common-sense, medically accurate advice – it is probably worth buying even if you are holidaying in Cornwall.”
How to Shit Around the World
probably the most complete [book] on the subject [of toilets and their useage]
Stephen Walker in Travel Resources: an annotated guide