By John Linnemeier
The tales during this publication are all precise. Its writer has been held up at gunpoint at evening on a street in Guatemala and shot with a laptop gun within the chest and shoulder in Vietnam. He’s come just about demise of thirst within the Sahara and freezing to dying within the Himalayas. He’s shriveled malaria and typhoid fever in Ethiopia and hepatitis in India. there were injuries regarding bikes and vehicles. He’s had shut calls regarding lions (twice), elephants (three times), and a rhino (once).
He’s visited over 100 nations, noticeable revolutions, famines, wars, and panty raids, feasted in palaces and fasted in caves. He’s came upon paradises, been stored via dolphins, witnessed a terrorist assault, hopped freight trains, danced with an 108-year-old lady, labored in an place of work cubicle, continued workplace politics, yearned for the weekend, swam with sharks, frequented whore homes and opium dens, and met a guy able to revealing God. within the pages of this e-book you’ll meet the queen of the Ecuadorian criminal method, the Dalai Lama, Dick Cheney, a swami from Katmandu who makes his residing selecting up huge stones together with his penis, yak herders, tunnel rats, 300-pound go-go women, deep sea divers, drug purchasers, inventory motor vehicle drivers, Indonesian princes, Bolivian miners, beanheads, powder monkeys, hookers, and saints.
Between the tales the writer offers recommendation to would-be tourists, describes six tropical paradises the place you could dwell with ease on money a month, and contains his own lists of the simplest issues within the world.
Mr. Linnemeier hails from the Hoosier kingdom. this day he treads the trail of moderation, residing contentedly in a small city, surrounded by way of family and friends. He claims to have deserted so much of his past vices, and has the acknowledged objective of demise peacefully in mattress at ninety-five. In his personal phrases, “I’m no longer the type of individual that males immediately defer to. I don’t often make women’s hearts beat speedier after they see me throughout a crowded room.” That’s the purpose: you don’t need to be notable to dwell a amazing existence. If you’d wish to lead an adventurous lifestyles yet consider that you’re too younger, too outdated, too bad, or too tied down with obligations, then learn on.
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How an Average Man Lived an Adventurous Life (Second Edition) by John Linnemeier