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If there was ever a book that needed a map this is it! Even a bad map would have been a good addition. The author travels ancient trade routes used for centuries to move tea and other goods over great distances. The stories are wonderful in there descriptions of locations, customs and cultures and it is well worth reading but it did fall down in a few areas. Firstly the map which had me shaking my head in wonder and secondly the author talked about recorded from the lados, the few remaining traders who traveled these routes, I feel like these characters got mentions but that they would have had so much more to say than was recorded in this book. If there were more stories from these interesting characters I think the book could have been outstanding.
Review: Ancient Tea Horse RoadUser Review - Goodreads
Fascinating read and Jeff Fuchs photography in the most remote regions of the world, is simply beautiful! Luminous and nostalgic sepia photographs, delicately transport one to another time. I found ...
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