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In Etiopia con un mulo di Murphy Dervla
In breve: Insieme al suo mulo Jock, Devla Murphy intraprende un pericoloso trekking nelle regioni più remote ed ostili dell'Etiopia. Ispirata dalle storie del Prete Gianni e della regina di Saba, parte alla ricerca della bellezza, del pericolo, della solitudine e del mistero, ma nei territori impervi del paese si trova ad affrontare la stanchezza, la malattia e il disordine degli affari interni dell'Etiopia.
Eigth feet in the Andes (da Cajamarca a Cuzco) di Murphy Dervla
In breve: The eight feet are those of Dervla Murphy, her nine-year-old daughter Rachel, and their patient mule Juana. Together they covered 1300 miles through the Central Andes from Cayamarca south to Cuzco.
Full Tilt Ireland to India with a Bicycle di Murphy Dervla
In breve: This book recounts a trip, taken mostly on bicycle, by a gritty Irishwoman in 1963. Her route was through Yugoslavia, Turkey, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and ended in New Delhi. She carried a pistol, got sunstroke, and suffered the usual stomach disorders. She endured bad accommodations but reaped much local hospitality, too, including a dinner with the Pakistani president. Most of the book concerns the high mountain country of Afghanistan and Pakistan. First published in England in 1965, the book is neither current, nor quite old enough to be of much historical interest.
In Ethiopia With a Mule di Murphy Dervla
In breve: An account of a gruelling journey through remote and hostile regions of Ethiopia, alone except for a pack-mule. Originally published in 1968.
The Waiting Land: A Spell in Nepal di Murphy Dervla
In breve: In The Waiting Land seasoned travel writer Dervla Murphy affectionately portrays the people of Nepal’s different tribes, the customs of an ancient, complex civilization and the country’s natural grandeur and beauty.
Where Indus is young A winter in Baltistan di Murphy Dervla
In breve: One winter, Dervla Murphy and her six-year-old daughter Rachel decided to explore "Little Tibet," a place high up in the Karakoram Mountains in the frozen heart of the Western Himalayas. For three months, they traveled on foot and by pony along the perilous Indus Gorge and into the nearby valleys.