9781425186272

Stolen Moments in East Africa

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  • ISBN13:

    9781425186272

  • ISBN10:

    1425186270

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2009-05-11
  • Publisher: Trafford on Demand Pub

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Summary

In June of 2008 Dennis Stolen embarked ona month-long, African safari through Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania/Zanzibar. Thisexperience resulted in his book, Stolen Moments In East Africa. Containing over 200photographs, it is a book that can be read on any of three levels: (1) as an informativetravelogue of a 28 day camping safari; (2) as a descriptive collection of shortanecdotes and stories covering a host of unique and entertaining experiences; (3) as aphilosophic experience in which the importance of 'stealing themoment' from our everyday, busy lives becomes the dominant theme. The book will appeal to the aficionado of photography, who canfeast on picturesque scenery such as the vast Ngorongoro Crater, or gaze at Zanzibarsunsets. The animal lover will be captivated by the close, almost palpable, encounterswith African wildlife. The armchair adventurer will vicariously chase hyenas or hipposfrom the campsite, or sit in the huts of the Masai and the remote Pokot people. Theactive outdoors person can feel the panic of fighting the force of the frothy Nile,after being thrown into its rapids from a rubber raft. And for all, Stolen Moments InAfrica should reinforce the need to pursue the magic of the 'stolenmoment' as an antidote to our hectic-paced lives.

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