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Old 08-17-2011, 11:23 AM   #1
HighRoadToTibet
John Dwyer
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High Road To Tibet - Travels in China, Tibet, Nepal and India

This travel adventure book can be downloaded from the following sites:

Amazon.com
Amazon.co.uk
Smashwords.com

Ranked in Top 10 for categories China, Tibet and Nepal on Amazon.

Description:
Ranging from the crumbling ramparts of the Great Wall of China to the breathless heights of the Himalayas, John Dwyer travels across Asia's wildest and most interesting regions and celebrates the journey rather than the destination. Follow his adventures in China, Tibet, Nepal and India as he passes through the sunken gorges of the Yangtze, drinks snake blood in Chengdu, gets smuggled illegally into Tibet, observes mysterious ceremonies in Buddhist temples, basks in the glory of Mount Everest, climbs amongst the awesome Himalayas, and watches the dead being burned on the banks of the Ganges.

Praise for High Road To Tibet:"You [John Dwyer] really do give an authentic feeling of the contrasting atmospheres as you move from place to place." - Dervla Murphy, international best-selling author of Full Tilt.

"If you really want to find out about Asia, this book is a must buy for you." - Bibi Baskin, television and radio presenter.

"It takes a very good travel book to make a Corkman want to leave his home-town - but one such book is High Road To Tibet" - Ronan Leonard, Evening Echo.
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