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The Adventurers' Handbook: An Extreme, Extraordinary, and Exciting…

by Anita Ganeri

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0312580908, Hardcover)

Pack your knapsack and get ready, adventurers, we’re going on a trip around the world! Make sure you have your compass and hiking boots and are prepared for the coolest and craziest adventures, but most importantly, don’t forget to take your Adventurers’ Handbook that will serve as a guide for any situation you might find yourself in. You’ll learn to say hello in sixteen languages, how to beat jet lag, and properly use chopsticks. But most importantly, you’ll get the directions to race a dog team across polar ice, survive barreling over Niagara Falls, and ride a camel across the Sahara Desert. Are you ready to see the world?

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:56:20 -0400)

A handbook for adventure travel, with lessons like: how to eat with chopsticks in China; how to avoid a sea wasp in Australia; how to ride the ride the rapids in the Rockies.

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