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An Idiot Abroad: The Travel Diaries of Karl Pilkington

by Karl Pilkington

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I love Karl so much. The show was excellent... All his shows. Love it. Ricky and Steven and Karl. Best trio ever.

This books just makes me want to watch the show again. It is too funny. I love all the photos and little doodles. Poor thing. He needs a hug.

This book makes me want to see these things for myself. His descriptions are so ridiculous and true. There is a lot of truth in his writing. He's just a normal guy. So simple and honest. ( )
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Karl Pilkington isn't keen on traveling. So what happened when he was convinced to go on an epic adventure to see the Seven Wonders of the World? Travel broadens the mind, right? You'd think so...

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