By Julian Wicksteed
On a tremendous trip spanning greater than a 12 months in 2004/05, adopting any ability attainable from the Cape to Cairo, the reader is taken deep into the guts of rural Africa via 16 diverse nations, a few of which hadn't noticeable autonomous travelers for many years. whereas fishing, vacationing, and now and then residing with the locals, Julian Wicksteed learns in their distinct fishing ideas and manages to trap a few amazing fish alongside the way in which. Amidst the focal point on fishing, a extra specified and middle felt examine the real great thing about remoted rural Africa, and its humans; will be not easy to discover. “A trap ON AFRICA” unearths the genuine Africa, the remoted untouched rural corners the place the integrity of its humans is so usually unseen – and unheard – via the remainder of the world.
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A Catch on Africa: Angler Walkabout Series - Book 1 by Julian Wicksteed