The Adventurer's Handbook

The Adventurer's Handbook

4.11 - 1251 ratings - Source

How do you survive a charging elephant? Whata€™s the best way to serve polar bear meat? Where do you find water in a desert? Learn the answers to these questions and more from the best instructors possible: a cast of famous explorers, including Livingstone, Shackleton and John Hunt. Mick Conefrey delves into the original diaries and logs of the great expeditions to provide a winning combination of intrepid tales of yester-year and witty retro tips. Youa€™ll discover which famous explorer was cooked by Hawaiian natives and who was left on an ice floe in the Arctic by his drunk captain. Packed with fun facts and trivia, this is the perfect gift for hardened explorers and armchair adventurers alike.In the nineteenth century, they were exported to Australia and North America to be used as pack animals. Camels are uniquely adapted to life in the ... The camela#39;s most distinctive feature is its hump: Arabian camels have one and Asian camels have two. Ita#39;s a common myth that a camel stores water in its hump; in fact , it is a fat store, which can contain around 45 kg. The hump will shrink visibly if a camelanbsp;...

Title:The Adventurer's Handbook
Author:Mick Conefrey
Publisher:Oneworld Publications - 2013-11-07


You Must CONTINUE and create a free account to access unlimited downloads & streaming