Heads Toward the River!
Softcover / ImageWrap edition
de The Roaming RED
Ebook, formato iPad de Apple
Acerca del libro
How does a Florida girl end up trekking through the jungles of Colombia? Start with a pot of monotony, add one bored adrenalin junky, and sprinkle in some spontaneity!
This book will make you want to run away and live like a jungle gnome, too! OK, maybe not, but while you’re sitting in your comfy bed, you can live vicariously through the actions of one fire-dancing, photographing fool, sleeping in a hammock and getting eaten alive. Immerse yourself in this true-life account of her amazing trip with a diverse group of strangers who quickly became friends.
Características y detalles
- Categoría Viajes
Vertical estándar, 20×25 cm
- Tapa dura, sobrecubierta: 9781320082259
- Tapa blanda: 9781320082242
- Tapa dura impresa: 9781320082266
- Fecha de publicación ene. 07, 2011
- Idioma English
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April DeBord, AKA The Roaming RED, works as a professional photographer and a fire dancer in Saint Petersburg, Florida. She lives for taking road trips and going on adventures and photographing / journaling about them. At least once in every venture, she finds a perfect spot for her fire dancing. In fact, her goal is to fire dance on every continent and of course to photograph and write about it all.