Short Stories / Anicdotes relating to African Hunting Safaris/As a small boy growing up in Kenya, I would listen to the stories my mother told me with avid interest. I would hang on to her every word and vowed that one day I was going to be a hunter too. Many of my parent's safari boys were my friends and would scare the daylights out of me by telling me hair-raising stories of their own. Each chapter of this book is a complete story in itself. The book is designed to make light and amusing reading.The hairs on an Elephanta#39;s tail are exceptionally thick and the Africans made very attractive bracelets from the hairs. This was the first ... But having committed myself to shooting it, I wanted Chumvi to make me a bracelet. Much later thatanbsp;...
|Title||:||In the Shade of the Camelthorn Tree|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2008-11-14|