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South America for Starters

South America for Starters

Simon and Rebecca Levi


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South America for Starters tells the detailed story of husband and wife travellers, Simon and Rebecca Levi's, journey through the tropical and humid traverses of South America. It is 1997, and the world has seen a surge of technological development. However, it was still a time without wider internet access and before the rise of social media to assist them. It is in this setting that the Levis embarked on a life-changing and thought-provoking journey to broaden the mind and drink-in the world's natural wonders. With only a backpack each and a copy of the South American Handbook to guide them, this story is close to the heart of many a sightseer and adventurer, only with the vital technology of today still waiting to arrive. Although the world has advanced exponentially since their travels, South America for Starters serves as a nifty guide for all those with the travel-bug, destined to explore South America. In the words of Simon Levi, "Nothing is as it seems," and as such, you may want to make notes as you are bound to need them on your own travels.

ISBN : 978-1-78830-839-7

Published: 29/04/2021

Pages : 292

Size : 205x140

Imprint : Olympia Publishers

Simon and Rebecca Levi

Simon and Rebecca live in Devon with their three teenage children. Simon is a civil servant and Rebecca a leadership development specialist. Since their epic global trip twenty-three years ago, family life has taken over-travelling is a distant memory-and recent adventures are of a gentler kind closer to home, in Devon, Dorset and Cornwall. At the time of writing, Brian, a recently purchased camper van, remains firmly planted on the drive, patiently waiting for Covid-19 social restricting rules to lift. Brian allows them to dream of further adventures. A four-mile round trip to the local supermarket is Brian's furthest journey so far.

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